Friday, August 22, 2008

Groups forms to give Paris Hilton publicity

Group finds voice for gay law students on campus
A group of law students focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender legal issues will offer law students the first ever diversity-based moot court competition on campus this year, along with a host of other services.

"Really the purpose (of Outlaws) is to encourage diversity understanding within the school population and encourage awareness," Farrell said.

When Outlaws recently asked the ASUO for money to attend the conference and organize the moot court competition, the groups' proposal said the events were needed to compensate for a lack of gay-friendly programs at the law school.

"The UO School of Law currently has little programming that includes diversity-based Moot Court competitions, and the students have been dissatisfied with diversity programming at the law school in general because they feel underrepresented," the proposal stated.

It's like my old joke about "BlueOregon hates black people. It must be true because I keep saying it." People who choose to have homosexual behavior are so overrepresented in our society today it's sickening.

A Google search of uoregon.edu for the word "gay" brings up 4,230 hits. They have an concern committee, a resource center, an alliance social hour and on and on and on. But if they keep whining that no one loves them then they seem to get more attention.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Have you ever seen a Queer Deer?

Maybe if we establish a Wolf pack in Forest Park.

Anthony DeLucca said...

And by "Gay Friendly" programs, they really mean "Gay Only".

Another instance of people who just want to be an accepted part of society, willingly seperating themselves from it.

They want to be seen as different, yet accepted as normal.

Anthony DeLucca said...

And by "Gay Friendly" programs, they really mean "Gay Only".

Another instance of people who just want to be an accepted part of society, willingly seperating themselves from it.

They want to be seen as different, yet accepted as normal.

Anonymous said...

Q: Daniel, tell us ... how do you spend your free time?

A: A Google search of uoregon.edu for the word "gay" brings up ...

Anonymous said...

I think Daniel is secretly gay because he spends so much time looking at their websites. Isn't that just like a Republican.

Gay Marriage: Bad

Gay Bathroom Sex: Good

Anonymous said...

I wonder if there are any gay courts in the USA? Seeing as how they aren't, I really can't see how a gay moot court competition contributes to legal education. Oh yeah, the want to compete in litigating or arguing over gay legal issues. I suppose the hope is to one day become a scholar in a new legal field called Gay Law.

Anonymous said...

Anybody got any good nekkid Paris Hilton pics? lol

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't put too much stock in Google's word-track of "gay" on the UO web site. A Google search of your blog shows that the word "bigot" appears only 88 times, and I've probably called you that myself a few dozen times alone. Also: The word "fag" appears on your blog, according to Google, only 19 times. Hell, you can get nearly that many "fags" [the word Miglavians cough up when they can't come up with an argument] on a single thread here.

But hey, maybe it's correct. Tell you what, Daniel: Why don't you check them all out yourself and report back to us. All 4,230. I mean, since you're clearly SO interested in the subject. ;-)

Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Should I get the fag # up to 20 by calling you one? lol

Former ASUO-er said...

Being a former ASUO-er, the group in question doesn't have much standing and should not even be considered for surplus money. They should go through the normal processes.

And here's to hoping that Johnny Delashaw and Sam Dotters-Katz veto the decision.

Anonymous said...

Sure, 12:29, if you can't come up with an argument and that's the best you can do, go for it: call him a fag. Because no one's done that before, and it would really impress and entertain your fellow Miglavians. Doesn't take much, you know.

Anonymous said...

Lighten up, Francis. lol

Anonymous said...

More proof of Google's unreliability: The word "Miglavs" appears only 246 times at danielisright.blogspot.com. How many years you been doing this blog, Daniel?

Daniel. Daniel. Daniel. Daniel. Daniel.

Anthony DeLucca said...

So, the prevailing opposing argument here seems to be that Daniel is gay. Never mind the issue at hand...that would require doing your homework and crafting a viable debate. Nope, it's easier to insult the poster rather than to debate him on your own merits.

And anon 8:46 said:
"Sure, 12:29, if you can't come up with an argument and that's the best you can do, go for it: call him a fag. Because no one's done that before, and it would really impress and entertain your fellow Miglavians."

Almost a fine rebuttal, until he chimes in with his closing statement." Doesn't take much, you know."

An insult. The very thing he was chastising another poster for doing.

Typical hypocrisy from the tolerant and progressive types.

Anonymous said...

Which is exactly why I drop the f*g comments from time to time. When it is warranted, it'll come out. Believe it or not, it's not quite warranted yet.

Julie said...

"People who choose to have homosexual behavior are so overrepresented in our society today it's sickening."

As one of those homosexuals who "chooses" to "have homosexual behaviour"s, I have to say you're a complete imbicile. We don't choose to be homosexual, but we DO choose to have homosexual behaviors. Because we're f*cking HUMAN!!!

Would you expect homosexual individuals to renounce love, sex, and intimacy for the duration because YOU don't like it? Tell ya what, idiot. I don't like your tired-ass, vanilla, hetero-sex. CHOOSE NOT TO, would you please?

Homosexuals are OVERrepresented? That observation is so inaccurate as to be nauseating.

Get a clue, Mary.

ps. Rupert Huse is a god.