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Important Mr. Pinko Announcement – “I AM A PROUD HETEROSEXUAL!” Where’s the media coverage?

Home - by - January 24, 2013 - 10:34 America/New_York - 35 Comments

I’d definitely get fired if I could put the headline I really wanted to “Mr. Pinko LOVES _________!”

High school senior comes out as LGBT while accepting award.

When the high school student in Parsippany, N.J., came out, he did so in front of the entire school. His classmates responded with a standing ovation.

Story here

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  1. Maudie N Mandeville

    January 24th, 2013

    “…and that’s how I’m going to act from now on.”

    WTF?

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  2. thirdtwin

    January 24th, 2013

    Probably what Barry will do when he gets his next Nobel Peace Prize.

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  3. Czar of Defenestration

    January 24th, 2013

    You’ve *earned* it, Mr. Pinko!

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  4. Tim

    January 24th, 2013

    Joisey – proud of its perverts and bitch governor.

    Makes ya wonder if it’s something in the water?

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  5. Diann

    January 24th, 2013

    Mr. Pinko, you are a hater.

    You should be fired.

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  6. Stirrin the B.S.

    January 24th, 2013

    He described himself as an LGBT teen. It’s not enough to be just gay now. One has to be all of them – LGBT? WTF!

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  7. Stirrin the B.S.

    January 24th, 2013

    Mr. Pinko loves……. kitties? Please don’t ban me.

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  8. thirdtwin

    January 24th, 2013

    “I felt like this immense weight was gone.”

    yes…a little lighter in the loafers than ever, huh, Jacob?

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  9. Col. Angus

    January 24th, 2013

    Not going to read the article, but I can guess that he was described as brave. Bravery and heroism was once used to describe military, police, firemen, EMT, etc. From there, thugs capable of lobbing a rubber ball through a rope basket were called heroes. Now, a cross-dressing pillow biter can walk with pride, universally admired and called a role model. To quote Levin, “what the hell has happened to my country!??”

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  10. Milwaukee Mike

    January 24th, 2013

    Yeah, coming out as “all of the above” might indicate he IS actually confused about his sexuality.

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  11. Dr. Tar

    January 24th, 2013

    When I first read about the LBGT teen my first thought was “it figures, they are all drama queens”, but that would be wrong and stereotyping.

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  12. McFartus Spontaneous

    January 24th, 2013

    Figures. Parsipppany, off 287S/80, complete shithole, trust me. My boss lives there.

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  13. Horrorman18

    January 24th, 2013

    Pinko….How dare you be so un-PC!!!
    BTW….” Mr.Pinko LOVES to explore the Cave of Wonder”

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  14. CrustyB

    January 24th, 2013

    “You see me acting the part of ‘straight’ Jacob, when I am in fact LGBT.”

    He’s LGBT? So he’s a lesbian, gay, bisexual transsexual? He must have a hell of a collection of clothes, sex toys and STDs.

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  15. AbigailAdams

    January 24th, 2013

    I witnessed something similar last Saturday and I’d like any thoughtful opinions. I apologize in advance for this lengthy comment.

    Our daughter is on a competitive cheer team here in an urban Seattle school. She and her squad practice 3 nights/week and Sunday for a total of 15-16 hours every week. When they aren’t practicing, they spend innumerable hours cheering for the school’s sports teams, “volunteering” (it’s compulsory) their time for various extra-cirricular activities, fund raising and additional time “bonding” (i.e. ovenight ‘camps’, etc.). It’s an expensive undertaking, not just in the number of hours spent but also in uniforms, gear, hiring special stunt coaches and choreographers which is borne by the parents. Suffice it to say that everything you’ve ever imagined about competitive cheer is true. It’s coaches are the most rabidly obsessed people you’ll ever meet, outside of the competitive gymnastics world.

    It was a very long day, beginning at about 8 a.m. with the final competition wrapping up at about 9:30 p.m. Some of the teams travelled more than three hours to be there. They came from mega schools with an affluent funding base and from tiny schools with lower income parents and their uniforms, travel gear and all their competition “stuff” reflected their buying power.

    (I tell you this so that you may have some appreciation for what we witnessed. And I would add that our family is new, this year, to this bizarre world of competitive cheer.)

    We sat with our school’s parents as a group. The couple immediately behind us are quintessential Libtards. They moved to Seattle from New Hampshire (the woman always shows her annoyance when I mistakenly refer to their previous home as Vermont). The reason we know about their politics is because our daughters are good friends who spend a lot of time together.

    So, our school and the other schools competed. There was strong applause for the great performers and polite applause for those who weren’t so good. There were audible gasps at times when things went haywire and girls hit the mat hard falling from a pyramid or got hammered by a misplaced body backflipping across the mats.

    At the end of the competition a musical fanfare blasted and out onto the arena trooped a dozen or so “Dream Elite” cheerleaders — boys and girls, men and women of various ages and sizes (even what looked like a middle-aged woman in a wheelchair) — all made up in glitter, bows and flashy uniforms. I really hate to put it this way but I can only describe their performance as freakish. One of the “cheerleaders”, a man of uncertain age but definitely over 30 spent the better part of the time gyrating rather suggestively (which received titters from the audience). Obviously this was a group of “otherly challenged” people whose dream it had always been to be completitive cheerleaders.

    The audience went absolutely beserk! The Libtards behind us were over the moon — stomping, whistling and cheering themselves hoarse. They hadn’t even cheered that loud for their own school or daughter.

    I talked about the whole thing with my family when we got home. There was something really creepy to me about how the crowd reacted to this team. It appeared at times that some of their team didn’t even apprehend what they were doing. The wheelchair-bound participant looked catatonic and it seemed to me that there was even some cruelty in putting teenage ponytails, bows and glitter on someone who looked more like a garish prop.

    But it was the over-the-top cheering from the Libtards that distressed me more than anything. It was grotesquely disproportionate.

    I’ve never seen anything like it. Thoughts?

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  16. super toe

    January 24th, 2013

    Congrats Libtards. You have done an excellent job of training future generations to march straight to the gates of HELL.
    Defining bravery as someone who can say in public and proudly so , that he participates in deviant buggery is truly a shining moment in the Libtard way of life. Bravo !

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  17. Dan Ryan Galt

    January 24th, 2013

    “Mr. Pinko, you are a hater.

    You should be fired.” AGAIN!

    Just kiddin. He should some kind of major award or something.

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  18. Unruly Refugee

    January 24th, 2013

    If you don’t pull your kids from the schools that indoctrinate with perversion and socialism, you get what you pay for.

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  19. norman einstein

    January 24th, 2013

    @Abigail, who really knows what motivates libtards?

    But my guess would be that in their quest to “level the playing field”, there are no winners or losers.
    Even if Mother Nature hands somebody a real shit sandwich (like the poor guy in the wheelchair), that doesn’t mean they can’t be a “WINNER”.
    It’s the same mindset that everybody gets a trophy….kids aren’t allowed to keep score in competitive games, etc. etc.

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  20. Czar of Defenestration

    January 24th, 2013

    @ Abigail

    It only counted if they put the rollie (y’know, that differently abled person) on the top of the pyramid and had the girly-men at the bottom.

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  21. bunch of commies

    January 24th, 2013

    26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as
    “normal, natural, healthy.”

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  22. Mr. Pinko

    January 24th, 2013

    @ Dan Ryan Galt

    Still waiting for my major award.

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  23. AbigailAdams

    January 24th, 2013

    @Norman — yeah, I think you’re right. It was ghastly to me, especially the older woman in the wheelchair. Maybe it’s just me, but I was even a little horrified by the fact that many competitive cheerleaders actually wind up in a wheelchair due to paralyzing injuries. My husband and I, in fact, witnessed such an accident just last week when one of our girls fractured a cervical vertebre. Fortunately her physical conditioning prevented a permanent paralysis. And we witnessed several falls and blunders in the competition that could have been very serious.

    But here’s the thing that rankles me and I used it to make my point with my family. Where were the middle-aged, overweight housewives or anyone else for that matter, who also dream of being “elite” competitive cheerleaders? Where’s their adoring, foot-stomping audience. What’s the difference between the group we saw and any other group who didn’t get to be high school cheerleaders? If the goal is to level the so-called playing field, then let’s level it!

    There was something very very odd about the message. You can spend a lot of your parents’ money and sacrifice a lot of your own time and hard, physical energy perfecting a dangerous trick and even risk serious injury doing it. You can give up enormous amounts of family and personal time as well as lose important sleep while you bash your brains in keeping up a 4.0 gpa and it still won’t garner the approving adoration reserved for the people — obviously, some of whom don’t even know why they’re there — who don’t have to put in the personal equity.

    What a mess. And the worst of the worst of it is I think some things like this are really done so that Libtards can “feel good” about how wonderfully thoughtful they are towards those “less fortunate”. I heard more glowing talk about “what a wonderful job” this group’s handlers did than about any individual in the actual “cheer” team. It sounded more like a project for budding social workers.

    (Sorry, this is well off the thread topic.)

    I wonder if I would get a standing ovation for admitting I smoke?

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  24. Team America

    January 24th, 2013

    I secretly know Mr. Pinko loves ME. I love when you get fired because when you get rehired, you come back with a vengence.

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  25. jtb02348

    January 24th, 2013

    Moral of the story: Faggots dont reproduce. They recruit. This isn’t anyone’s opinion or religion. It is scientific observable phenomena.

    And, you should read about the sex perverts crying for their “civil rights” in the Bible a few thousand years ago. You know what God did for them and to them? He burned them, literally. And, thats what a faggot is. It is a bundle of sticks used for burning.

    Know where this crap comes from? Easy Ezekiel 16:49: “Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy.”

    When the people have no vision, they perish.

    And, I dont mean separation from God.

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  26. jtb02348

    January 24th, 2013

    What’s the center letter in the word prIde? sIn? dIe?

    Now, you know the problem.

    Adam and Eve lived in a perfect environment, walked and talked with God everyday, didn’t have to work, didn’t hvae to sweat, best retirement plan ever, painless child birth for trillions of years, never would have had one ounce of deterioration in their bodies (due to entropy/sin) and on and on and on.

    How did that work out? Not so well…while Adam and Eve were made sinless they were not made perfect.To be perfect you must be tested. They failed. They had everything but that ONE tree. Apartheid damed them. They wanted the ONE thing they couldn’t have! This happened in a garden while they were naked. Know where Jesus Christ died?! In a garden and on a TREE while He was naked!!

    Adam and Eve were damned by positive thinking. For the Devil said, “YEA, hath God said?” Yea is a positive affirmation. A Ouija board is a yes-yes board. They were damned for looking at the brighter side of things, for thinking HIGHLY of themselves. Be positive! (not on your life sucker).

    In the Old Testament God likens the Devil to a Green Cedar Tree (and said that this green cedar tree would come back). Adam and Eve caused the deaths of every person because of a tree. Jesus Christ died on a TREE to rectify this. How’s that GREEN movement going these days? Do you recycle for the GREEN movement? It seems to me that man has no problem accepting this GREEN (tree) but the TREE that Jesus Christ died on…they dont accept too much. Hmmm, I wonder why that is…..I wonder why God is mad and a jealous God and allows 100 million people to be killed via Genocide or 26 kids at elementary school…..

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  27. sablegsd

    January 24th, 2013

    Time to be parental and pull you kid from this BS. And home school.

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  28. MNHawk

    January 24th, 2013

    This guy’s biggest accomplishment in life is putting his Richard into something.

    Pathetic.

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  29. John F.

    January 24th, 2013

    @ AbigailAdams

    What?? You’re a smoker AND you didn’t adequately appreciate the PSAME (Public Social Attitude Molding Exercise)?

    I’m surprise you haven’t already been forcibly deported from the PPP (Puget Progressive Paradise)for “incorrect” thoughts and behaviors!

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  30. even steven

    January 24th, 2013

    The kids parents probably already guessed as much when the kid’s tighty whities started resembling Japanese flags.

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  31. Stirrin the B.S.

    January 24th, 2013

    @Pinko – that major award must be made in Italy – it says so right on the box. Frageelay – very cool.

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  32. B. Hussein Obama

    January 24th, 2013

    A boy after my own heart … or something …

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  33. AbigailAdams

    January 24th, 2013

    @John F. — That’s hilarious! I’m going to use your acronym from now on. “Public Social Attitude Molding Exercise.” That’s precisely what it is.

    And for anyone who thinks I’m heartless, I do understand how certain activities can help mentally retarded (yeah, I know, it’s not a cultural Marxist-approved term) and physically challenged people push their personal envelope, and it’s a free country so people can do whatever they want in this regard, but the audience response for the most part was truly beyond genuine admiration and support for these people. It was unmistakeably in the nervous laughter column and moving into “Holy Mother of God! I’m glad my kid was a ‘real’ competitor!” territory. So disingenuous and lacking in dignity for everyone there.

    For the kid who “came out” and others who hang their hats on their different-ness, I’d suspect that a standing ovation is more about the audience’s own forced “approval” and less, much less, than what they think of me as a human being. There’s no dignity in it.

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  34. Tim

    January 24th, 2013

    I fear that young Jacob will finish his days suffering and diseased from his short career as an exotic dancer and prostitute on the Joisey turnpike.

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  35. not the droid you seek

    January 24th, 2013

    AbigailAdams: One of the “cheerleaders”, a man of uncertain age but definitely over 30 spent the better part of the time gyrating rather suggestively (which received titters from the audience). Obviously this was a group of “otherly challenged” people whose dream it had always been to be competitive cheerleaders.

    Please tell me it wasn’t Will Ferrell.

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