9 responses

  1. Pat Tibbs
    February 10, 2009

    With respect to Buckeyes still living in Ohio, I’m REALLY glad I moved away in 1982.

  2. Emily K
    February 10, 2009

    you can’t just pick and choose who represents you when it comes to public protest. So you have to make it abundantly clear, early and often, what kind of organization you are running; which will be reflected in the kind of people who will represent you. Attending a “Join the Impact” protest, they handed us instructions for what to do and what not to do.

    Considering the outrageous details that LaBabs uses to titilate his audience are designed to get them riled up into an outrage, it doesn’t surprise me that outright lies, hatred, and outrage will be met with people who act as those in the article.

    Maybe you should be clearer, next time, Petey.

    But something tells me you said exactly what you wanted to say.

  3. Dave
    February 10, 2009

    In fact, the only public offense at the convention was due to the pornographic signs and dolls the protesters were waving at the oncoming traffic. Without their taking their infatuation to the streets, the general public wouldn’t have been aware that anyone was even thinking of having sex in the rooms of the Holiday Inn.

    Now that, you must admit, is hilarious.

  4. elaygee
    February 10, 2009

    I think its the polluted water that produces the Appalachian effect.

  5. hb
    February 10, 2009

    At first I thought Porno Pete was just branching out, but he seems determined to tie it all – somehow – to gays. He’s just found out that these conventions go on with some regularity around the country all the time, and has dragged out his Folsom Street Fair picture book because… well, it has to be the gays fault, doesn’t it?

    NBC4 quotes Susan Wright, a spokeswoman for the Columbus-based Adventures in Sexuality group with her response to peoples’ concern that OMG, what if these people swam in the pool, or what if *gasp* there was a wedding reception in the conference room the next day.

    “Sex is not allowed at the conference. It’s not allowed at any S&M conference,“ she said.

    Well, not in the public areas, anyway.

    Come on people! Really, do they think that the only people staying in hotels are families on their way to Disney World? Sex, happening in a hotel room? Who ‘a thought?

  6. CPT_Doom
    February 10, 2009

    To paraphrase Tina Fey on SNL as Sarah Palin, “sex in a hotel is a sacred act that should be limited to men cheating on their wives.”

  7. John
    February 10, 2009

    Does Porno Pete attend any leather-free events???

  8. SharonB
    February 10, 2009

    You will know the true christians by their love.

    Petey just brings out the love in some people, I guess.

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