degreelesspotatohead t1_iz6x7k6 wrote

How's that? You're telling us that visitors to a bar you've probably never been to in a town you've probably never been should have been excluded because of their sexual orientation. The bar's owner welcomed them, and everyone was happy. If they had been asked to go elsewhere because they made people uncomfortable, that would be one thing. But that didn't happen. To the extent there's fragility showing, I think it's yours.


degreelesspotatohead t1_iz6veg8 wrote

The game. The Superbowl is a huge event that will have a major effect on things like traffic, parking, etc. Not to mention the tens of thousands of people coming to town. I'm sure lots of venues--not just queer spaces--had very few of their regular customers that night.

You're really, really reaching to find a reason to be offended.


degreelesspotatohead t1_iyd3sd0 wrote

The issue is that "felony murder" is a specific thing, not just a homicide that is a felony. If someone dies during the commission of (certain) felonies, those responsible for the felony are guilty of murder regardless of whether they intended the death. For example, if you rob a store and the clerk dies of a heart attack, you may be charged with felony murder. In PA, felony murder carries a mandatory life sentence.