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originally posted by: stargatetravels
Well the guy clearly didn't need a friend or any evidence - he won the case and has been awarded the money, right?
And perhaps he was adamant he would not be bullied or have to change route just because of the abuse he suffered - if he really was abused, why should he have to alter his route?
Is the whole LGBT vs. Christian feud unique to America?
originally posted by: Ridhya
a reply to: Power_Semi
Yeah, I fully understand your point and purpose of the locks. Making them pink would backfire. It seems like trying too hard, trying to compensate. Stereotyping that gay people need pink things.
If instead one of his gay friends "started" the idea of pink locks, it would be different. But not if TB started it.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
The claimant will remain nameless, save for the moniker by which the newspapers know him, which is "Tim".