2.1: Comparing the IPv4 and IPv6 Headers
DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL V4 DHCP
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I’m not a partisan guy. I don’t choose my friends based on party affiliation. I don’t defriend people on Facebook who simply disagree with me on one particular issue. As a result this mentality yields friendships on both sides of the marriage equality issue. Both sides have often heard my many jokes on how everyone should have the same right to be miserable when it comes to the marriage issue. I have also joked [with some seriousness] that some probably fear same-sex couples might be more successful with it when it comes to divorce.
But the bottom line is for heterosexual people – this is not about us. You can still have your personal beliefs. You will not be forced to marry the same sex. Your liberty is unchanged. You only have to share it now just like the air you breathe.
With regards to personal and religious beliefs about marriage: When marriage was an institution governed only by the church, religious sects governed who could and could not marry. This became a civil rights issue the moment that secular governments got involved with the institution and starting licensing the rite and essentially turning it into a legal entity. Judges and Magistrates who perform marriages are performing a civil service much like your local secretary of state signs off on a corporation. They are not religious positions – they are civil positions and this notion of religious infringement conflicts with their duties in government. They should quit if this cannot be reconciled. Bear in mind, however, I do believe Pastors, Rabbis, Imams, etc. have the right to exercise a religious exemption to performing these ceremonies.
Just because I have not been all that great a fan of marriage due to failures on my part with two marriages does not mean I am against marriage. While I discourage all of my friends to get married unless it is an absolute necessity, having that right is inalienable. It was never about wanting to as much as it was about being able to.
I assure you the world will not end. There will be no one setting themselves on fire. There will be no one moving to Canada. There *will* be a lot of awkward conversations between celebrity couples who now must fulfill promises to get married. There will be wedding-related businesses expanding into this new market and there will be a surge in overall marriages – which will mean later on down the road we will see who will be the real winners – Divorce Attorneys. 🙂
But for a lot of good people out there, there will be happiness that comes with this sense of normalcy.
Does the “religious freedom” act in Indiana mean Muslims can practice Sharia law? Can Rastafarians smoke marijuana freely? Can FLDS members have multiple wives? Or is this solely the freedom to discriminate against homosexuals? Why did they lie and not call it what it is – the “Christian Freedom to refuse service to Homosexuals Act.” I love how homophobic “Free-Market Conservatives” are in an uproar about businesses exercising their rights as free-market conservatives NOT to do business in certain States where these laws are being passed. Discrimination is bad for business. You legislate discrimination in your state, you send a message to a certain type of people they are not welcome in that state. You are intentionally (or perhaps unintentionally) reducing the market. Many businesses don’t want to be a part of that – and they have that right. They don’t want people to think they do not want their money. You are always hearing me state why I am not a Democrat – well this is one of the many reasons I am not a Republican.
I was interested to see this because I was aware that it was crowd-funded. This was the first movie that was both simultaneously released in theater and on-demand that I watched the day it came out. The secondary supporting actor in this film were the wigs worn by the “BabyDoll” character. I could not decide which one I liked better – the Emo wig or the “Davey Jones” wig. But larry Miller was missing some serious makeup. A surprisingly good cast that did not consist of Carolla lackeys. I’ve listened to the Carolla podcasts and he can be quite repetitive with his jokes. i wished he did not recycle them here – that would be my only critique – otherwise, a well-written movie with a great story line. As one who has spent a lot of time on the road, i can appreciate much of what is talked about in this film. If Adam Carolla wants to be taken seriously as an actor – he needs to learn how to play another character besides himself. There is also some weakness in the writing of Kevin Hench. I know Adam loves the guy – but this is a reason Adam’s movies do not get the due they get – there is no left-wing conspiracy. The actual pieces of “good writing” that do appear come from nowhere – just like Dana Gould. Also – I cannot wait for Carolla’s next film because he will actually have to come up with something that would require him to generate range. His last movie was about boxing and this one dives into carpentry. We are running out of real-life Carolla to mine from. Also the female character lead could not be so headstrong and within two days of meeting Carolla’s character turn into such a clingy person. On talent and jokes, I would give 5 stars. On Writing, I would give it a 3.5. On directing and editing, I would give it less than 3.