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Thank you and congratulations cmatthewr for proving a point: when you´re abrasive, accusatory and a name caller, no one wants to hear your side of the story. Instead of presenting your argument objectively, your method is to make assumptions and tell whoever doesn´t agree with you to just move out of the state. Calling someone a "jack ass" doesn´t elevate your image or the point you´re trying to make.
-Asking about religion after being asked not to discuss sexuality on the bus is not a question for mere curiosity´s sake, but a petty implication of narrow-mindedness. -I´m guessing the students didn´t really need to clarify their conversation for the enlightenment of the other passengers. As the other passengers were not pressing for an explanation, letting the moment pass would have been the tactful option. -And you´re right: it IS rude for couples to make out in public. But the person who asks them to stop for the sake of public decency shouldn´t be threatened with a lawsuit.
I completely agree with the comments from jKReaper. If you are loudly announcing to the other passengers that you are in the ´queer section of the bus,´ you are looking for a rise, deliberately making others uncomfortable, and waiting for an opportunity to accuse others of being homophobic.
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