Monday, December 21, 2009

2009: A year of hope ends on a positive note


It continues to look like that the 12/18 protest against Avatar was a big success.  Based on the number of emails that we got, polling data on this blog and the vast amount of discussion on the internet, it is estimated that 21,000 people actively took part in Friday’s protest.

Thousands of others silently protested by not watching Avatar or they protested by other means.

This gives the progressive community great hope that we are on the right track and that America is finally on the way to being a tolerant and free-thinking society.

24 comments:

  1. I hate gays and I have a reason why.

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  2. By big success you mean, "I totally missed the message of the movie I didn't watch because I'm a reverse bigot". Shut the hell up.

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  3. From the polls, 21,000 is too high of a number, Lara

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  4. I thank you for you opinion but I disagree.

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  5. The polls? This place has been trolled to hell and back and you think it's a /success/?

    You may actually be retarded.

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  6. So much for "may".

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  7. The only way this year could end on a positive note is if this blog is shut down and the owner banned from the internet.

    Only you have this power. I suggest you get hopping.

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  8. I thank you for your opinion but I disagree.

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  9. Automated response for the fail.

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  10. The real Lara ( not the male imposter that runs this blog)December 22, 2009 at 9:15 PM

    Lara, you only have 1,400 people that have visisted your site. There is no way that 15 times more people that number showed up to help you protest. Plus even if it were true, your talking about 21,000 people, alone in the U.S., protesting a movie that going to show INTERNATIONALLY. Thats like cutting one blade of grass on a football field or shouting at a rock concert, no one will fucking notice. Plus I'm under the assumption that you lied about the numbers like you lie about your sex. It didn't even make the new, ANYWHERE!

    What you're trying to do here is really wrong and sick, and don't give the I disagree crap, you just have nothing to say.

    Give me back my name.

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  11. I thank you for you opinion but I disagree. We stand by the 21,000 figure.

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  12. The real Lara ( not the male imposter that runs this blog)December 23, 2009 at 12:02 AM

    Prove it! Show me where you got that number with your fancy mathematics.

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  13. I think we should just let this Lara fellow fantasize about what his/her little world could be, would be. He/she was obviously unsuccesful in their attempt to potest against...What was it, no homosexuality in Avatar?

    We don't need them to prove how many people protested, because we know it wasn't a lot, if any. And even more so, we know that THEY know there wasn't a lot.

    It would be better if everyone just let this die, because it really...REALLY needs to die.

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  14. WOW UR ALL FUCKING FAGGOT NIGGER LOVERS

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  15. Take your hate someplace else, Aug.

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  16. Protested by not going to Avatar? Maybe the just forgot. Maybe they needed money for tickets. Maybe they live in Antarctica.

    Good job not going, by the way, as I remembered you were busy setting the Gay/Bi/Tran Movement back ten years.

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  17. My hate? I'm simply stating that this entire blog is a joke. Literally, a joke. A troll has gotten the attention and the spite of thousands of people.

    the more angry attention it gets, the happier the troll is, so I'm just saying. Let the blog die.

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  18. I call BS on this post. In fact I label it EPIC LIE

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  19. A lot of hate here but its coming from the far-right Christian extremists who oppose gay marriage, gay rights and want to make the U.S. into a colony of the Vatican.

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  20. ... the poster right above is clearly a moron, making such an ignorant statement.
    I'm not against gay marriage, and I still think this protest was stupid.

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  21. "A lot of hate here but its coming from the far-right Christian extremists who oppose gay marriage, gay rights and want to make the U.S. into a colony of the Vatican."

    I thank you for your opinion and I agree.

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