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It is a stylistic difference...
Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:55pm

If you want a cake with a bride and a groom on top, and I want a cake with 2 grooms on top, we have requested a stylistic difference in product... The store has the capability to provide both with equal ease.

You want bacon made from a turkey. I want bacon made from a pig. The store has the capability to provide both with equal ease.

I remember a pet shop whining that I asked for a feeder mouse for a snake (and they clearly sold feeder mice) because one of their employees didn't like to hear about that kind of thing. I didn't whine that they weren't treating me equally to another customer. I just took my money elsewhere.

It is called handling things yourself in an adult manner instead of whining for the gov't to solve all of your interpersonal problems in life.

  • That's A Dodge...Amadeus, Tue Jun 27 1:51pm
    And you know it. Find a better analogy, because this one is broken. When a shop sells a good, they have to sell that good to everyone equally. When a business offers a service, they have to offer it... more
    • It is a stylistic difference... — Sprout, Tue Jun 27 1:55pm
      • Law but other Religions Laws so if making a cake for homosexual marriages violate my beliefs you can go somewhere else for your cake. It's not a matter of NOT GETING THE DAMNED CAKE BUT WHERE you get ... more
      • No.Amadeus, Tue Jun 27 2:04pm
        If my shop bakes cakes, anyone who wants to buy a cake can buy one. They can't demand that I get some rare, exotic flour that I don't normally use. They can buy a cake off of the list of cakes I... more
        • As long as they buy off the shelf thatSprout, Wed Jun 28 4:42am
          would be correct. But when we start talking about cakes for weddings they are CUSTOM MADE. No one said anything about a "rare and exotic" flourish. Simply pork bacon instead of turkey bacon.
          • That Is A Service...Amadeus, Wed Jun 28 5:24pm
            If I offer the service of custom made cakes, I have to sell that service to everyone. There are laws about obscenity that protect bakers from having to write messages on cakes that are offensive, but ... more
            • Couriers...Amadeus, Thu Jun 29 7:21am
              ...can't refuse to carry love letters between same-sex couples because they don't want to be seen as promoting homosexuality. Everyone understands that the courier doesn't know or care about the... more
          • them.
        • Well said... (nm)Sia☺giah, Tue Jun 27 9:56pm
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