I found one, nwt, but sold it because it had a small jet stitched onto the blade of the tie. It could be removed, but doing so without messing up the fabric wasn't something I wanted to risk and end up with a worthless tie.
We had our fair share, it just wasn't a big ordeal. And it's not limited to the storm being played up from a climate change perspective, it's every news outlet. The headlines are quite literally what you'd expect to see if Miami was getting 2 feet of snow.
If I don't buy anything, my average time in a GW is less than 5 minutes. Theres really only 1 store I go to that requires a lot of time. I never look at jeans, short sleeved shirts, and rarely look at belts. I skim the pants pretty quick.
I'm devastated. He didn't use the phrase in a demeaning manner. The fact that you insist on infantilizing gays/lesbians and feel they need special treatment or need to be protected is condescending, and a hallmark of irony when it comes to political correctness. I think they should be treated like everyone else - but unfortunately some people are committed to making them a special class, which only perpetuates differences among us.
No, it's not the same thing. And he wasn't taking a literal stab at the gay community, c'mon. Let's not turn this thread into some vile place where people are offended by everything. I have two close relatives that are homosexual, and the remark didn't bother me one bit, but then again my priority during any given day isn't to appease people's precious little feelings.