> To BEH ...
> The only thing I did was show people that
> thumb rings were worn before homosexuality was
> discovered and that some folks are mindless
> mishaps. I also shown that thumb rings are labeled
> as gay to this age. There may have been a point in
> time of the distant past that they may have been a
> sign of homosexuality, but that is no different
> than the concept of how gay people used to sag
> their pants to flag themselves to other gays back
> in the day. Nowadays, it is considered hip and
> stylish by those who choose to dress rather
> trashy. They have one meaning at one point in
> time, and with time ... they lose their former
> meaning and uphold an entirely different meaning.
> Things change, that is life. Nothing ever stays
> the same. If any of you folks have even the
> slightest bit of intelligence, you would know that
> ... but the chances of that are like a snowball in
> Hell. In the history of Green Lantern, GL Hal
> Jordan had temporarily became an OL (Orange
> Lantern, for the dumbasses) ... he was consumed
> with greed to the point he put an OL Power Ring on
> all 8 fingers and BOTH his thumbs. Was he gay? Of
> course not. The woman he loved, Carol ... became a
> Star Sapphire. For those who are smart, the Star
> Sapphires were powered by the emotion of love.
> Though it is fiction, there you have it. What may
> have been a sign of homosexuality in the past is
> now nothing more than a simple fashion statement.
> I swear, proving a point to the
> small-minded dipshits is rather boring. Hell, BEH
> obviously read nothing I had already posted. I am
> sure that person loves selling cockleberry
> souffles, peckerdoodle cookies and cockmeat
> hoagies at the beach strips every Memorial Day ...
> rain, hail, sleet or snow. Poor little bastard,
> bless that little heart.