We were all expecting a Jay and Silent Bob-style whooping, but what follows is actually a pretty interesting conversation about internet anonymity and trolling culture. Today, the internet was not a steaming pile of hate!
The mayor stated that he would be replacing the robot with a dinosaur back on April 16, and he asked people on Twitter to vote on which one it should be. According to Hurriyet Daily News, #7 won the poll, which appears to be an Apatosauarus/Brontosaurus(?). But for some reason they ultimately went with the T-Rex.
This story just keeps gets weirder. What’s next, a giant alien or zombie?
Brian Klawiter, the owner of Dieseltec auto repair shop in Grandville, MI declared on the business’Facebook page Tuesday that they will not serve gay people because “homosexuality is wrong, period.”
From the post:
Enough is enough. Our rights as conservative Americans are being squashed more and more everyday. Apparently if you are white (or close to it), you have a job, go to church, and own a gun… That translates into racists, privileged, bigot, conspiracy theorist. Too many of us say nothing. Well, freedom of speech isn’t just for Liberals, THEY are the ones that need to learn to “co-exist”, THEY are the ones who need to WORK to be “equal”
So if you’re looking for a lube job, gays, look elsewhere, because Mr. Klawiter is not going to service you. Even if you have one of these sexy problems listed on his website.
Is your Duramax smoking? Does your Powerstroke not start when it’s hot? How about your Cummins, is it putting down the power it could be?
In fact, if you are gay and bring your car in for repairs, he jokes that he will put your vehicle together with all bolts and no nuts and you can see how that works.”
It might sound like a threat, but he later clarified his comments.
The bolt and nut thing was a reference to physiology, bolt penis and nut v@gina. I DID NOT threaten to purposely put a vehicle together wrong to harm someone.
WARNING gay bolt pr0n below.
While gays are not welcome, he says that guns are encouraged. He is offering a special deal to anyone who brings a firearm into his shop.
And as with the Memories Pizza debacle, the company’s Yelp page has already been inundated with negative reviews and humorous comments.
But don’t think about raising hundreds of thousands of dollars on a GoFundMe page for the poor guy, because he won’t take it.
“I also am not asking for anyone to do the gofundme postings,” he wrote. “We are a successful business and are blessed to be able to feed our families. If there is any money raised it will be redistributed to people with greater needs than ours.”