Friday, June 26, 2015

And Now, The Gay Teens of the 21st Century

20150626.  A day that will live in infamy.

"... we'll have a gay, old time!  Wilma!"

What is crystal clear to me is that America is no more.  America is a thing of the past.  When five, immature adolescents on the Supreme Court can RE-intrepret ancient rules regarding the holy bond called "Marriage", as announced this very morning in Washington, A.C.D.C.

Call it just another day in ObamaHell....

... so I remembered the Flintstones cartoons, from back in our own stone-age of Television, wherein man married woman only,
yet promising a "gay old time".  

What nostalgia.  WAIT--  I'm too young to be remembering "nostalgia", dammit~!

So there's this from Anderson Cooper, the pale, little faggot from CNN, from 2010 heralding the upcoming demise of America:

This week (November, 2010), public outcry reached deafening levels as the classic ABC animated sitcom The Flintstones was lambasted for its perceived intolerance and insensitivity towards homosexuals and their lifestyles. The uproar was largely unexpected, considering how long any Flintstones treatment of the issue would have already been on record.

“For over a half century now, The Flintstones theme song has cavalierly touted that when you’re with them you will have a ‘gay old time,'” CNN anchor Anderson Cooper said on the air Tuesday. “This sort of flip treatment of the homosexual lifestyle, and that it could possibly apply to a family in the stone age, is offensive and outrageous. What are they trying to say about the homosexual community? That it is for neanderthals? For cavemen? How can any reasonable person not be mortified when they hear this song?”
The piling on Fred, Wilma, Barney and the gang got worse when Cooper appeared on “The View” Thursday morning.  When co-host Whoopi Goldberg asked Cooper if he felt the beloved cartoon show was damaging to young people struggling with their sexuality, he responded, “Almost without question.  With the recent surge of suicides among gay teenagers, where might they turn for guidance and understanding, for sympathy and information?  To television, naturally, which has long been a beacon for learning and knowledge and truth.  And then imagine what they find in the town of Bedrock – in itself a pretty lewd reference for a children’s program, no? – but rampant mockery at their expense!  It’s indefensible and shocking.  We should all be striving for more acceptance and sensitivity, and instead The Flintstones are spitting in the collective homosexual face.”



I've held back this private information for years, not knowing where or when to disclose it:  
But it has been learned through archaeological anthropological analysis, that Fred Flintstone murdered his best friends and neighbors, Barney and Betty Rubble, in cold blood, when Flintstone learned Barney's intimate, gay-old-times-desires towards him....

I do recall now, that the homos Barney and Betty Rubble found and adopted baby 'Bam-Bam', whom they found abandoned on their porch-- In a blatant attempt to appear 'normal' in the Bedrock community...

It happened in Bedrock, after Wilma returned from Pebbles' school's PTA meeting.

When the verdict was announced a jubilant Flintstone pumped his fist in the air and shouted “Yabba dabba doo!”   When asked about his immediate plans, he said that he hopes to get his job back at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company.
“I’m also going to write a book about my experience as a neanderthal in the cro-magnon’s justice system.   I’m going to dedicate the rest of my life to finding the real killers and helping my people.  I’m going to become a Hetero-activist in my community.”

He also intends to sue the City of Bedrock for false imprisonment.

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