Twins’ Guard Reprimanded For Scolding Lesbian Couple

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota Twins security guard has been reprimanded for allegedly scolding a lesbian couple for kissing.

According to Taylor Campione and Kelsi Culpepper, they were a little late to the Twins game at Target Field on May 27, 2011. Culpepper stopped to go to the restroom and gave Campione a little kiss.

Then, Culpepper said a security guard came up to her.

“I saw you kissing that girl, you can’t do that,” the guard said.

Campione told the guard, she could kiss whoever she wanted to, the guard allegedly replied, “Well, we don’t play grab a** here.”

Campione told Culpepper, who then confronted the guard and said, “I don’t understand what’s wrong with kissing my girlfriend.”

They said the guard replied, “Well here in the stadium, we adhere to the 10 Commandments.”

They spoke to the manager and were not satisfied. They want a “zero tolerance policy at Target Field, and have filed a complaint with the State Human Rights Department.

WCCO’s Susie Jones Interviews The Couple

Twins spokesman Kevin Smith said the guard, who has worked for the organization for nearly a decade, has been reprimanded for his actions, but continues to work at the stadium.

“That security guard has received both a verbal and written reprimand that will be put in his personnel file, and he understands that that is not an acceptable behavior,” Smith said.

WCCO’s Susie Jones Interviews Smith

Smith said it was a very isolated incident.

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One Comment

    1. Timothy P. Ross says:

      Actually Genesis 2:20 says “The man gave names to all the cattle, all the birds of the air, and all the wild animals; but none PROVED to be the suitable partner for the man”.
      Sounds to me it came pretty close to Adam and Cluck Cluck.

      1. Bob Jones says:


        You’re taking a few words.. written in a book… by a flawed human being… as the word of the non-existant invisible magical friend?

        I’ll leave you and your ignorance alone, you two seem happy together.

    2. How does that work? says:

      Ok…if God man Adam and Eve…then we are all inbred hicks. How can you populate the world from 2 people?

      So either God made every man and women extacly they way they are…..or your mom is a distant cousin. Choke on that

      1. Bob Jones says:

        LOL. That’s right.

        Being in-bred hicks would explain a lot. Let’s take the “Bible belt” in the USA. Their lack of intelligence would certain be explained by weakening the gene-pool cause by in-breeding. Which is also, coincidentally, why they believe what they do, because they don’t know any better.

    3. Tom B. says:

      Eh.. Can you repeat what you just wrote, but this time in English?

    4. EvolutionRulz says:

      Yes, all hail the sky-being and the intolerance that comes with believing in it.

      1. Humor says:

        You sound like a very tolerant person yourself. Pot meet kettle.

  1. Bb says:

    He needs to leave his religious beliefs at the church and home, should be fired.

    1. Kim says:

      Agreed, not everyone follows the same version of religion. He needs to keep his views to himself.

      1. Yawn.... says:

        He has as much right to talk about his belief in the Bible as you do in supporting your views.

        1. heathcliff says:

          He can talk all he likes but he has NO right whatsoever to tell ANYONE to stop kissing. It’s a free country and people can kiss all they like. And if you don’t like it – move to a religious dictatorship. Iran might be a good start – because that’s what you’re proposing.

        2. kim says:

          But he is trying to impose his personal views on others. Religion is personal – it shouldn’t be pushed on others.

          1. Tony says:

            Religion is personal, but sexual orientation is apparently public? very public.

            1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

              Very public. As a matter of fact, just this morning I saw the most disgusting thing.

              There was a dude and some chick holding hands RIGHT ON THE STREET CORNER at Lexington and Energy Park Drive.

              Of course I called 911, because the last thing I want is for the breeders to get to do some blatantly hetero act right IN FRONT OF WHERE CHILDREN COULD BE!!! How sick!!

              1. Exactly!! says:


                How about Tony doesnt see a differnce between two adults minding their own business kiss….and the guard sticking his nose in the middle to try and ruin someone elses good time. I wonder why the guard felt it was his duty to interrupt adults, committing no crimes or distrubance, to give them a moral repremand. What is with people?

                And i LOVE how the gays call us “breeders”….LOL

              2. Tony says:

                I don’t want to see it either way.

              3. heathcliff says:

                I like you!!!

            2. markH says:

              “Religion is personal”? Are you trying to persuade us our yourself? Religion is perhaps the most destructive (9/11, Israeli v Palestinian state, suicide bombings, RCC prohibiting condom use in Africa, tax exemptions for churches whilst the rest of us carry their tax burdens, interference with life-saving stem cell research funding, etc) I could go on and on about just how PUBLIC and destructive religion is to all of us-and that includes those who do NOT believe these life destroying myths. Peace.

        3. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

          Not in the context in which he did, no, he does not.

        4. Kelsi Culpepper says:

          we live in a secular society and separation of church and state is the law. so when he is at work… he DOES NOT HAVE ANY RIGHT to do this.

          1. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

            What law are you referring to when you say Separation of Church and State?

            1. Victory Gin says:

              The Treaty of Tripoli is very clear about it.

    2. Michael Clark says:

      No kidding! Religion has its place and this isn’t it….there’s a good reason why I’m a RECOVERING Catholic LOLOL

  2. Patrick G. says:

    I totally agree that this guy was out of line. And good for the couple to confront him on his action. Maybe he should have been given 100 hours of volunteering at a GLBT shelter or organization.

    1. Mr D says:

      I would rather be water boarded.

      1. Bob Jones says:

        That can be arranged.

    2. ch says:

      good that you have enough information to convict. Hope to see you in a courtroom looking for justice. I’ll return the act of civility.

      1. Flabbergasted By Patrick says:

        Patrick G….Judge, Jury, Executioner. Please save me Lord!

    3. Larry says:

      Seriously Patrick G? What in the world would bring you to that conclusion? It’s a baseball game, not a bedroom? Do you want your children to witness people making out at a baseball game? What are you thinking? Are you thinking? Maybe I’ll bring my girlfriend to the game next week and do the “deed” on the condiment shelf and tell the usher to STFU or I’ll sue him/her if they complain. Get some common sense Patrick G! There’s a place for things like this and it’s NOT a baseball game.

      1. Chadachada says:

        “Do you want your children to witness people making out at a baseball game”?

        They already see it or participate in it at their own school, watch it on television, etc etc. Having it happen in a crowd FULL of people is so miniscule compared to his/her own school environment that I truly question your ability to think.

        A baseball game is a perfectly acceptable place for making out for part of the time.

      2. Insectoid says:

        Don’t people make out in Disney movies? I’m pretty sure Ariel got more action from her prince than the kiss of utmost chastity these chicks gave each other.

        1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

          In “The Little Mermaid”, the man performing the wedding on the ship got an erection which grows out like Pinnochio’s nose from his crotch and is about as long as his leg. Watch for yourself.

      3. kate says:

        They weren’t making out. It was a quick kiss. So your argument isn’t relevant or based in common sense.
        Same treatment is all they’re asking for.

      4. amaysme says:

        Larry, how did we make the leap from a peck on the lips to fornication????? So you say NO ONE can kis ANY one at your ball game????? PULEAEEEESE!!!

        1. Larry says:

          @AMAYSME….NO WHERE IN THE STORY IS THERE PROOF THAT IT WAS “A PECK ON THE LIPS”. Now, do me a favor, if you are telling me I’m wrong, state your argument for why it was RIGHT for them.. Don’t give me the old safe answer of “there was nothing wrong with it” because that’s not a valid answer. State your argument Amaysme. Why was it ok for them to do that without being asked to knock it off. And don’t give me the old Kiss Cam excuse either because that needs to be removed too.

          1. Bob Jones says:

            Let me quote the article for you:
            “Culpepper stopped to go to the restroom and gave Campione a “LITTLE KISS.”

            Then, Culpepper said a security guard came up to her.

            “I saw you kissing that girl, you can’t do that,” the guard said.

            Where is it reported that they were making out? It was a “little kiss” as in a peck on the lips/cheek.

            Who the hell do you think you are to be telling these two people what they can or can’t do? There’s nothing wrong with kissing someone you care about. Not only that, but you are NOBODY. You have no right to tell ANYONE what to do.

            You don’t kiss your parents/kids/loved ones?

            Larry, don’t be an idiot. There was no fornication, there wasn’t even groping. Nice way to make a planet out of a molehill. Overreact much?

            Larry, I suggest you go searching for your balls, you seem to have lost them.

          2. amaysme says:

            Dear Larry, I suppose a quick kiss in your world is tonsil tango. But a quick kiss in the real world is just that, a “peck”. You bet your sweet bigoted ass it was OK for them to do that. Does anyone stop you from givving your girlfriend a quick kiss? How about your dog? Lots of people kiss their dogs, oh and children… Can we not kiss our children without being accused of child porn???? Get a life Larry, but do not take your girlfriend to the concession stand and do the “deed”, whatever you may construe that to be. She might not like it as much as you…

      5. Annette G says:

        i AGREE WHEN MY HUSBAND &i ARE AT A BALLGAME & i HAVE TO USE THE RESTROOM i Do NOThave to kiss him goodbye inorder to do that I just go into restroom!t here is a time & place for everything and a ballgame is not the place to neck.!

        1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

          @ Annette G:

          Who was necking?

          If you don’t want to kiss your husband then don’t. That’s your decision. But it’s NOT your decision to tell others what they can do ANYWHERE. Mind your own business.

        2. Erik says:

          What an uptight prude.

        3. Cynthia says:

          Speaking of “hyper-sensitive”, she could have just walked away instead of getting all stupid about it.

          I agree that a baseball game is not the place for intimacy. Get a room and keep your pawing out of my face. I don’t care if you are male or female. It’s inappropriate in public, period. Some people have no manners.

          1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

            You’re saying this was inappropriate?

            How arrogant of you. What makes you think you get to decide for all of us?

          2. Bob Jones says:

            Projecting much?

            You speak of hyper-sensitivity, yet you exhibit it yourself.
            You don’t like seeing people kiss in public? Don’t look.

            It’s not your choice or your place to decide what is and is not appropriate in public, so keep it to yourself, you self-righteous whiner.

      6. ykittys says:

        With all due respect, that is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. First, it was a quick kiss. Couples do it all the time without the intention of being vulgar or rude and from the sound of it, these girls didn’t do anything crazy like stick their tounge down the other’s throad for 5 minutes. I should complain next time I see two straight people kissing, I mean, I don’t want my kids exposed to that! Our kids should live in a totally neutral world, devoid of any public displays of affection so they aren’t tarnished by icky lovey-dovey sentiments. I mean, how dare someone show their partner a small token of affection?! Disgusting.

        1. ykittys says:

          Apologies, I meant throat, not “throad”.

    4. kerry says:

      it’s called LGBT

  3. markH says:

    11) “Thou shalt have no girl-on-girl lovemaking.”

    Never even made the Top Ten!

    1. Mr D says:

      That would sure make the games a lot more interesting.

    2. LOL says:

      Ok…that was pretty funny!! (because its true)

  4. Tony Taniguchi says:

    It is nothing compared to what I saw at Philadelphia Airport a few months ago. I saw a lady right in front of me passed all those security check points without taking shoes off nor much of her bags to be checked, I complained to the officer right there who is a moslem in my eyes. He said she is OK because he knew her. I did not like his reply so that I went to an officer at his desk after the security check point. He was busy to read his novel smiling and happy until I came up to him to talk to him.
    I wrote to Airport Security over the internet, TSI?, these two incidents. Their reply was another surprise, it said that there is a law everybody has to take shoes off etc., therefore what I saw was OK. What????
    The officer reading a novel was on his break so that it was OK too, What???
    Are they serious? Why are we paying tax or fee for security????

    1. Victim mentality says:

      Totally off topic and, likely, quite false…

  5. Kepi says:

    Which of the 10 Commandments says 2 women can’t kiss each other?

    1. kate says:

      Why should we care what your bible says? Romans doesn’t sound like the 10 commandments anyway.
      Child molesting doesn’t have anything to do with two adults kissing.

      1. Reads the Bible and finds it interesting says:

        Maybe you should start caring what the Bible says; read it and know what it is says before make uneducated statements.

        1. Jimmy B says:

          Why should Kate care about a book of ancient fairy tales that was so heavily edited by its many primitive authors as to be disjointed, contradictory and filled with misogynistic blood lust?

          1. dawkins loves darwin says:

            Primitive authors like Darwin? Didn’t even live in our time yet worshiped like a god.

            1. kate says:

              Darwin? What does he have to do with this topic? He isn’t worshipped, he is respected for his work. And his work has been shown to be right – over and over again. When has the bible been shown to be an accurate description of how the world works?
              Again, why should I care what your bible says? I didn’t say you can’t care. I just want you to consider that some of us don’t and not to try to push it on us.

        2. Bible = BS says:

          Yeah, we should totally pay attention to a fantasy. That’s the ticket.

        3. Erin says:

          I Have read and studied the Bible–hence, I am an atheist.

        4. Bob Jones says:

          And maybe you should mind your own business and stop trying to dictate to people what they should/should not do/think.

          Noone cares what you think, keep it to yourself.

        5. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

          “Maybe you should start caring what the Bible says”

          Never. Never ever.

          Maybe you should start ignoring what the bible says…

    2. IrassJ says:

      What does the Bible say about a quick kiss between two girls at a Twins game in 2011?

      For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

      So, if these two girls believe in God, they’re golden – according to the Bible, of course.

      1. Kepi says:

        Actually, religion is not the issue — policy is. I think it’s fair to say that the security guard was not representing Target Field policy when he mentioned the 10 Commandments. It’s important that one not let their personal feelings/beliefs get in the way of doing their job. Otherwise, they need to find another job.

        Personally, I think since the guard was reprimanded – the ball is in his court. He doesn’t need to be fired for making a mistake – but he may not want to work for an organization that doesn’t share his beliefs.

      2. Ali says:

        Islam says we are supposed to stone them also, and it’s a religion of peace! PEACE I TELL YOU!

    3. Max says:

      TFDolphin–In depth? I think perhaps it is you who needs to re-crack your Bible. It’s a fairly lengthy book and there are perhaps 3 or 4 passages that refer to same gender sexual relations. Please pay special attention to the words specifically attributed to Jesus Christ. He NEVER mentions same gender sex. However, he does mention divorce and has a lot to say about our obligations to the less fortunate and the vulnerable.

    4. Jimmy B says:

      @tuna-free: Do you even know what the 10 commandments are?

      *BUZZ* WRONG!
      (sorry, it is a trick question–there are actually 12 commandments)


      Thank you for bring up “the gay thing” that is covered “in depth,” i.e., Leviticus. Now, I expect that you do not shave, nor work (or play) at all on Saturday, wear blended fabric garments, have no piercings or tattoos, and have promptly stoned to death all of your children who have disobeyed you. And lest we forget, you have kept YHWH’s law by killing adulterers, killing people who curse their parents, killing gays, etc.

      Best get crackin’!

  6. Mr.Fury says:

    The only thing more fun to watch than a sport event is two women kissing imo.

    1. As jack said... says:


  7. IrassJ says:

    Thanks for the ignorant comment.

    1. IrassJ says:


      the original comment has been removed…

  8. Victim Du Jour says:

    I have seen security people tell heterosexual couples making out in public to keep a lid on it at nightclubs.

    While people are being murdered for being gay in other parts of the world, the only thing ” Gay BLTers” can come up with in Minnesota is this?

    1. Todd W. Olson says:

      So it’s your position that they should have thanked the guard for not murdering them? God, you’re a moron.

    2. Brian says:

      PDA is different than a short kiss. Not to mention, have you ever heard of the KISS CAM? Duhhhh!

  9. Andy says:

    So sick of the gay agenda shoved down people’s throats!! Keep it at home!!!

    1. Elmo says:

      To be replaced by the conservative judao-christian agenda shoved down the people’s throat?

      1. DUM ASZ says:

        If you don’t let a jehova witness in you house they don’t sue you they tell you to have a nice day.

    2. Brian says:

      So sick of the Hetero agenda being shoved down my throat.

      Don’t let the dark ages hit you on the butt on the way out of the msg board Andy.

    3. Yeah says:

      Stay at home. You can hide from those evil, evil gays all you like within your four walls.

    4. So over it says:

      Amen Andy!

    5. Chaon says:

      Me too. I can’t stop thinking about that hot, rock-hard gay agenda being shoved down my throat. Again and again. In fact, that’s pretty much all I think about these days- that wicked, insidious gay agenda being thrust at me from all directions.

  10. john f says:

    Wow, these people will stop at nothing. Push Push Push

    1. Kim says:

      “These people” Which people would they be, and why is it only people that disagree with you are way too pushy? Why not let them live their life without trying to keep them in line?

      1. Bob Jones says:

        Because we don’t want their “christian” agenda shoved down our throats.
        Why can’t “they” stop pushing their agenda down our throats?
        Personally, I don’t want to be preached to by any religion, but people here do it all the time “Read the bible” this and “god” that. “You people” (any religion which shoves their views down someone elses throat) are the biggest bunch of hypocrites I’ve ever observed.

        You push others and when they push back, you cry foul? Come on, you’re not really THAT stupid… are you?…… Are you?

    2. Heathcliff says:

      That’s right John. There will be no rest until bigots and Christians learn to accept that whatever their out-dated fairy stories tell them does not dictate what people can and can’t do in a free society. Situations such as this need to be treated with the utmost seriousness until everyone realises that there is nothing wrong with being gay and there is no right under the law for anyone to stop anyone else from kissing etc.

  11. animalquackers says:

    I believe in teaching our kids tolerance to the gay issues but I don’t believe they should have to be subjected to watching it in a public place. I also teach them that just because we tolerate it doesn’t mean it is alright. It isn’t.

    Accolades abound for the security guard. Wish there were many more like him.

    1. Schtolteheim Reinbach III says:

      And I, for one, am glad there are not.

      Teaching hatred under the guise of love is infinitely more damaging to the development of children than them happening to see a woman briefly kiss another woman.

      1. Web ster says:

        disapproving and hatred are different words buddy ever hear of Webster?

    2. nothanks says:

      And what will you do when gay couples with children complain that their kids should not be subjected to male-female kissing? Will their opinions count? You can either ban it for gays and straight, or you can ban it for neither. You cant be selective if you believe all are created equal.

      1. Bob Jones says:

        Who’s being selective here? Just the religious, I’m afraid.

        To me, it really doesn’t matter WHO is doing the kissing. Male or female.
        They have every right to show their affection for each other regardless of their sexuality. And it is NOBODIES place to say otherwise to them. Gay or straight, it really doesn’t matter.

    3. Heathcliff says:

      Oh for goodness’ sake!! Get over yourself! Some people are straight and some people are gay and it’s none of your business! Everyone has the right to kiss anyone they choose in public in a free society. Teach your children THAT! Or, go and live in a country where it is outlawed – like an Islamic religious dictatorship. Because that’s what you’re proposing.

    4. Bob Jones says:

      I’m sorry, you’re giving accolades to someone spreading hate?

      You’re not very bright, are you?

  12. Darren says:

    Just wondering why this is the top story on WCCO. A 19 year old soldier died overseas the other day and it was just passed on to the local news stations. How about a little respect for those who are fighting for us and dying for us.

    SHame on you WCCO

    1. Heathcliff says:

      Um, you do realise that more than one thing can be reported on at one time, don’t you?

  13. Dudetou says:

    Must be a slow news day. Why is this news?

    1. Bob Jones says:

      Because these women were discriminated against.
      Discrimination is bad.
      Do I have to tell you what 1+1 is also, or can you kick-start your own brain?

  14. harleymanmn says:

    Yes the guard should have kept his comments to himself but firing him? No Way! This scorched earth policy by the GLBT community kind of runs counter to what they are asking the rest of us to do, to show tolerance for them? A double standard in my book. Let’s endorse the live and let live policy, okay?

    1. Kim says:

      Where does it indicate the GLBT community is pushing for him to be fired?

  15. teddybear says:

    why is this news?!?!?!

  16. StraycatStrut says:

    Yet another “NEWS” story from ‘CCO….. where’s Weiner when you need him!

    1. Dudetou says:

      Selling “Hot Dogs”

    2. Kat says:

      photography his junk….where else would he be

  17. Juliie says:

    Call the couple what ever you want. I think their cry babies.

    1. Mike says:

      THEIR cry babies….finish your sentence J
      guessing you are not gay and have not been discriminated against lately

    2. Heathcliff says:

      Julie, when you next complain about something – poor service, bad driving, discrimination against you because you’re a woman – I hope you receive the response “you’re just a crybaby!” (And yes, it’s “they’re” not “their”)

      1. Erin says:

        “Juliie,” it looks like you can’t even spell “you’re” name correctly, so excuse me if if I don’t care about “their” relationship.

  18. Jason says:

    If they follow the 10 commandments at that stadium, why is a game being played there this Sunday? I thought you weren’t supposed to work on the sabbath?

    1. J Dmetrer says:

      Where in the Bible does it say Sunday is Sabbath? I am pretty sure it says the seventh day. I thought the seventh day was Saturday. Somebody can’t count but I hear most of you yanks can’t even read so math and spelling must be real difficult.

      1. kate says:

        For most of the world Monday is the first day of the week, so Sunday is the 7th. But if we go with your reasoning, they shouldn’t play games on Saturday. Either way, it is trying to impose your version of religion on others.

        1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

          “For most of the world Monday is the first day of the week”



          1. Bob Jones says:

            If you didn’t understand the post, go back and read it again.


    2. Georg says:

      I think its the 11th commandment… Girls shall not kiss? I am confused as to what commandment the guard was referring too?

  19. PJO says:

    If they want to lock lips then so be it, go down on each other for all I care but do iin an area that isn’t family friendly. I am teaching my 6yr old tolercance but I a,m doing it at his pace, after all he is 6 If you gay your gay who the hell cares but quit shoving it down the throats of others. I don’t shove me being hetro down the throats of anybody. Hell get married I’ll even stand up for you I don’t care. But keep in mind that playig toncil hockey in public when there are children around is just plain wrong, BTW I would be saying the same if the couple were hetro,.

    1. Schtolteheim Reinbach III says:

      If heterosexuals may kiss one another briefly in public, so can gays, sorry to say. This wasn’t exactly an excessive display of PDA.

    2. Mike says:

      your continuous ‘shoving down the throat’ references are making me hot!

    3. Kate says:

      A quick kiss is hardly shoving their life style down your throat. Do you complain when hetero couples make out in public? Same standards should apply.

    4. heathcliff says:

      PJO – if you choose to breed and have children, then it is your responsibility to negotiate them through the adult world. The adult world will not, and should not, conform to your idea of what is suitable for children. If I want to give my husband a kiss in front of your child I bloody well will. And so will everyone else. Deal with it, or don’t breed.

      1. amaysme says:

        I love it heathcliff. “Deal with it or don’t breed” Succinctly put.

    5. Mark from Minnesota Tax Waste says:

      Well said

    6. Bob Jones says:

      Where a couple plays “tonsil hockey” (Which, by the way, this was not. It was a peck on the cheek.) is none of your concern or business. You don’t dictate the rules, thankfully.

      Don’t like it? Don’t look.
      Or better yet, don’t leave your house. You’ll be able to engineer a “perfect” environment for yourself…. away from everyone else. Works for you, works for me!

    7. James2 says:

      Kissing cam? Vote for the best kiss? This is seriously wrong in front of children, you are correct. The Twins ought to stop this.

  20. Mike says:

    i’m all for it!
    note to self – invest in tar & feathers

  21. Schtolteheim Reinbach III says:

    If it were my choice, I would’ve fired the guy. Not just for the bigotry, but the sheer idiocy of invoking the Ten Commandments when 1) enforcing religious beliefs in a non-religious setting is inappropriate and reflects very poorly on the company employing him, and 2) he apparently doesn’t even know what those commandments are.

    With that level of stupidity, I would not have faith that he’d have the mental faculties necessary to perform his simple job.

  22. Larry says:

    If two people were kissing/making out at work….THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN FIRED!!! A baseball game is NOT were WE want to see this.

    1. idiotkiller says:

      you know how i know you’ve never actually been to a baseball game before?

      let’s put it another way: almost every MLB park has a “kiss cam” around the 5th or 6th inning.

      Larry, i am disappoint.

      1. larry says:

        U are entitled to be disappoint(ed) Idiotkiller, but at the same time, you should really start looking at the big picture and start asking what can be done throughout MLB to remove these types of issues. Does any team need a Kiss Cam? No. I don’t need my kids seeing any couple going over and above what the Kiss Cam originally started out as years ago. You know as well I as do that people like to push the envelope and take it to an extremely while they are in the limelight. I say just stop doing the stupid Kiss Cam and I can stop covering my kids eyes during those extreme kissing moments. Problem solved.

        1. Richard says:

          You’re the one that needs to see the Bigger Picture.
          Why are you so afraid of, or phobic about affection? I pity your kids if that’s the lessons you are providing them. What the hell is wrong with a kiss or a cuddle every so often? So what if it’s on television.
          That’s another part I love about religions: they breed guilt, shame, and fear. It’s how they capture the very young minds and corrupt them for live. Great marketing.

        2. Bob Jones says:

          Yes, because a kiss will scar your kids for life.

          Helicopter parent much?

          Noone is going to remove the Kiss Cam just because you don’t like it. And just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean it should be taken down. What you like and/or dislike is of no relevance to anyone but you.

          Stop trying to force your preference on others. dimwit.
          If you don’t like exposing your kids to the “Kiss Cam” at a sporting event, DON’T GO. Simple. Plus, that’s the only choice you have, at this point.

    2. Paul Solinger says:

      No, but I’m sure you don’t mind seeing people falling down drunk by the 5th inning, something far more common then two women kissing.

    3. stace34 says:

      Have you never seen the kiss cam at the baseball games? Nothing said they were making out it said she gave her girlfriend a quick kiss. So unless you are going to ban all kissing for everyone at the stadium and end the kisscam then you don”t have an actual argruement.

      1. LindaLu says:

        How ’bout we just get rid of the “kisscam” altogether? Why does this have to be a presence in a stadium anyway…what purpose does it serve?

        1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

          “WE”? You think “WE” should get rid of it?

          Why do you think you even get an opinion what the Twins have happening in-between innings?

          1. LindaLu says:

            Geez DDO, go have another beer and settled down. Pardon me for voicing an opinion (which you were sure to rip me for), I mis-spoke on the “we” and yes, “we” aren’t in charge of what the Twins have at the stadium, I was merely wondering what the purpose of the kisscam is in the first place. So to make DDO happy here before he hits bottom, how ’bout the Twins get rid of the “kisscam”? Is that better DDO? I still think it’s an idiotic thing to have, especially if one might be sitting next to a stranger…unless you’re sitting next to DDO!!!

            1. justin ferkler says:

              Linda: I agree, while we’re at it no more birthday announcements I don’t want to hear about your stupid kid turning 8. Oh yeah stop letting people propose up there too, I shouldn’t have to see that. I shouldn’t have to be bothered by the mascot either so get rid of that. My children should not have to be exposed to an atmosphere where being drunk is funny and tolerated so they need to stop serving beer too. Or you know I could just stay home and focus on keeping my kids sheltered and assuring them that sex and kissing are not normal , while making sure the little ones get their daily dose of violent television.

              1. David Foltz says:

                Beautiful. Thank you!

                PS: Dot races are satanic.

            2. Bob Jones says:

              And you know what, Linda?

              I think the comment you posted was idiotic. “We” think you should get rid of it, and yourself along with it.


    4. Richard says:

      What “WE” are you talking about?
      Most of the public have no problem with people kissing; and most of the public has no problem with gay individuals wanting a loving, caring, and fulfilling life. And no, I’m not gay.
      It’s when you enter all this religious mumbo-jumbo into it that it all goes stupid.
      Why is it that those righteous, good christians get so bent out of shape when they see gay people? They say they are defending the family and marriage. From what? I don’t see mass violent gay events on the news; but I do see nightly violent actions from the straight community outside the clubs in the Warehouse District and Uptown. Are these bigoted good christians afraid their children may be influenced? Why not let their individual family members hear both sides of the issue and draw their individual conclusions? Why quote some ‘imaginary friend’, of which there have been hundreds of such distinction over man’s history, all of which have been detested by the next church or following. Tell me what’s worse: Two attractive women kissing; or, two punk kids shooting someone? Why are all these religious ones making so much out of an act of love, yet doing nothing to straighten out troubled neighborhoods? Go ask your sky-pilot for advice on that one!

    5. Bob Jones says:

      I got a newsflash for you, Larry. THEY WEREN’T AT WORK. They were at a sporting event attempting to enjoy themselves. (Something that has nothing to do with work, so I don’t even know how you bringing that up has any relevance.)

      YOU may not want to see it, but.. who cares? That only what YOU want. What about what *I* want? And what *they* want? What, exactly, makes your want more important than anyone elses? Nothing.

      What about what the girls want? They wanted to enjoy a sporting event in peace, and together. This assmunch guard took it upon himself to FORCE his view (and a pathetic one, I might add) on these two PAYING customers, AT HIS JOB.

      Where I’m from, not only is that wrong, but it’s a fireable offense. And rightfully so.

      So you, Larry, can shove it.

    6. kerry says:

      where,not were,moron.if you are going to right a rebuttal,spell correctly

    7. Leo says:

      Like Idiotkiller said… there are “kiss cams” at almost every major league ballpark I’ve been to. Clearly, “kissing” is an acceptable ball park activity. In fact, I’ve seen marriage proposals in the big screen at various professional sports games, which usually end with the newly engaged couple trying to lick each others’ tonsils. People kiss each other. Some people go to ball games on a date (I have). If you don’t want to look at it, then don’t. There’s a ball game going on. What other people do isn’t for your approval or disapproval, so shut your trap and eat some more popcorn.

  23. Him says:

    He should have remove that plank in his eye first.

    See ya in hell mr. passer of judgement you!

  24. Saran says:

    not true…
    he would have been repremanded

  25. Jonas says:

    Tuna-free dolphin and Victim Du Jour should get a room somewhere and work out their frustrations. The two most negative individuals who never have a positive thing to say, I don’t care what the article’s subject matter is. Are you really that scared of everything and everybody? Or just miserable human beings.

  26. Bryan says:

    The Twins wouldn’t incur a lawsuit if they fired him. The game was being played on a Sunday — the Sabbath, a day, according to the Ten Commandments, on which one does not work. They’d only be upholding the “law” as the security guard understood it. End of story.

    1. twolfhound says:

      How does ‘one does not work’ translate to girls kissing each other? Likewise, if that was the case, then everyone that was employed there was breaking their own rules. Yeah, the Ten Commandments doesn’t apply here in any fashion. What a poor argument.

      1. Bob Jones says:

        Thank you, couldn’t have said it better myself.

    2. mynameiskiiiiiiiid says:

      The sabbath is on the 7th day of the week, which is in fact Saturday. America tends to overlook this, and thinks Sunday is the 7th day, which makes absolutely no sense if you consult your calender. Please understand the information your are stating, as well as posting about people’s deficiencies in the understanding of said knowledge. End of post (because I didn’t have a story. Granted, you didn’t either, but apparently a story to you is 4 sentances. I would hate to see the books you read.).

    3. Sam says:

      I am impressed! Turn the table on the whacko religious nuts. Nicely done.

  27. Eli Chisholm says:

    I think it’s kind of funny that, although the Bible does say it’s wrong for men to have sex with men, it says nothing about women having sex with women.

    Yeah, that’s right: even God thinks it’s hot.

    1. Heathcliff says:

      The bible actually says (in one of it’s millionth (mis)translations that “man shall not lie with man as with woman.” However, having gay sex standing up seems to be fine!

  28. ziggy says:

    The guard scolded two girls for kissing. He obviously deserves to be killed for his politically incorrect behavior. The horror. Oh the humanity.Gays deserve overkill justice to make up for their past oppression ya know.

    1. kim says:

      Nothing like really exagerating the store and the response. Where does anyone say that is they they want?

      1. Robin says:

        I wanted that, and I want a “Gay day at the ball game” Instilled, a game where the city buys and give out tickets to gay couples so we don’t need to put up with straighty for a day.

        1. Bob Jones says:

          Only if we get a “straight” day also, and don’t have to pay.. so I don’t have to put up with some gay people.

          Fair’s fair, right? If you get one, we do too… otherwise it would be discrimination, now wouldn’t it?

  29. Jos Dad says:

    Umm the Sabbath is the seventh day. Sunday is the first day of the week not the seventh get you facts straight or at least how to count your fingers. The Bible says to honor the seventh not the first day of the week.

    1. Bob Jones says:

      The bible says a lot of stuff, but you actually listen?

      Hahahahaha. You’re funny.

  30. Kelly says:

    Well, it’s hard to blame the guard. When someone does something unnatural, abnormal, and strange, a normal person will react.

    1. Heathcliff says:

      Kelly, if you’re an uptight, Christian prude, that’s fine, but don’t inflict your bigoted views on the rest of society. You might view these things as strange, but the rest of the open-minded, educated and tolerant members of society see it as completely normal. Get over yourself!

      1. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

        I find it humorous that if I differ from your opinion, you are open minded, educated and tolerant members of society. But Open- minded by definition: free from prejudice and receptive to new ideas; however, sounds to me that you are prejudice or receptive to other people’s opinions. The fact is all people will never agree on everything. The ball part took corrective action and since we are not on the board or apart of the club, it doesn’t matter.

        1. Heathcliff says:

          Sorry, you are wrong. You can differ from my opinion all you like – I couldn’t care less. It’s when you (and people like you) seek to CHANGE the lawful behaviour of others according to YOUR prejudices and bigotry that your opinions become unacceptable. it’s not the holding of the opinions, it’s trying to make everyone else conform to them. These are two completely different things.

          1. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

            You assume that my opinion is that I am attempting to change anyone’s behavior, without even knowing me. (vs. Behaviour as you put it) Demonstrating YOUR prejudices, lack of receptiveness, and arrogance to assume you even know my opinion when I didn’t offer one. You may not agree with me, but that is far from me being wrong. If you read my post I said; “all people will never agree on everything”, not attempting to make anyone conform, again demonstrating for an OPEN-MINDED person: you are very close minded.

          2. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

            And please, because I am educated, could you explain how anything that I have posted led you to me being a bigot?

            1. Guns kill says:

              This thread isn’t about you! You probably got that response because you were trying to stick up for a bigoted low-life like Kelly. There is no conflict between being open-minded and having a problem with bigots trying to inflict their own closed-minded views on the rights of others.

              1. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

                Actually Gun Kills, I was sticking up for no one. My comment was simple, just because you align yourself with political correctness doesn’t make you open minded. Just because your and my opinions differ, doesn’t mean that I am open-minded and yours are closed- minded or vice versa. And the whole thread isn’t about me but the post in response to mine were Heathcliff said, “YOUR prejudices and bigotry” was pretty much directed to me; therefore, you are incorrect it is about me. If you are capable of comprehending what you read, I didn’t not stick up for anyone. I was just pointing out that the definition of being open-mined was to be reception to other and none prejudice. But I thank you for point out that the Thread is not about me, because that really clears a lot up

    2. Thug Starr 420 says:

      Kelly, you don’t get to decide for anybody but yourself what is right or wrong in this situation. Period. End of discussion.

    3. km says:

      I am a “normal” person and I don’t find this offensive at all (and yes, I am straight)

    4. Bob Jones says:

      On that note,

      Why are you still alive? When you were born, something unnatural, abnormal and strange happened. Noone acted.

      Or are you just a bigot?
      I’m willing to bet that’s the more likely explanation.

  31. Mark from says:

    He should have got a raise for what he did

    1. Bob Jones says:

      And you should be shot in the head for your view.

      I’m sorry, did I hurt your feelings?


    2. James2 says:

      He probably did which is why he stopped them. Getting turned on in public must be embarrassing. Wonder what he did when he had a moment. HA!

  32. truefact says:

    It would be different if they were at least slightly attractive, kind of like 2 guys kissing, outright nasty.

  33. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

    Kelly, if you’re an uptight, Christian prude, that’s fine, but don’t inflict your bigoted views on the rest of society. You might view these things as strange, but the rest of the open-minded, educated and tolerant members of society see it as completely normal. Get over yourself!
    I find it humorous that if I differ from your opinion, you are open minded, educated and tolerant members of society. But Open- minded by definition: free from prejudice and receptive to new ideas; however, sounds to me that you are prejudice or receptive to other people’s opinions. The fact is all people will never agree on everything. The ball part took corrective action and since we are not on the board or apart of the club, it doesn’t matter.

  34. liberal right says:

    Get back in the closet you freaks!!!

  35. Give the guard a break says:

    I disagree with you Bb. In this employment at will state we are too quick to fire employees just because of a mistake they made. Instead of being fired this Twins Guard should be mentored and put through sensitivity training. He already has admitted that he knows that what he did was wrong and to get rid of this 10 year Twins employee would be wrong. We need to change HR policy so that people are given a break instead of being cast out of the job just because of public opinion. What we need is for Minnesota to become a right to work state like Colorado.

    1. Bob Jones says:

      No, this guard should not be given a second chance.

      He only says that he knows his behaviour is wrong. Anyone with a beleif THAT strong (so strong that they would risk losing teeth to tell someone how to live)
      is only paying lip service to the rules. I’m sure he still thinks he was correct in what he did.

      People like that don’t learn. They don’t. They will keep doing what they are doing because they honestly believe that they are in the right, which is wrong.

  36. Ellen says:

    I think the whole gay thing is disgusting, and they should refrain from public displays. I agree with those who say it’s being forced upon us….in public, magazines and especially television. I don’t think they should be harrassed
    or ostracized, but they should keep it low key in deference to those who find it offensive. If humans were meant to have sex with same-sex, they would have
    been endowed with both male and female body “parts”.

    1. Heathcliff says:

      Ellen, I think that YOU are disgusting! You have no right to seek to CHANGE or PREVENT the LAWFUL behaviour of others according to YOUR prejudices and bigotry and what YOU happen to find offensive. You can believe whatever you choose but this is a FREE country and people can be gay and act lawfully in public by showing affection regardless of their sex. Your argument about things being “forced” on you is deliberately fatuous. What you interpret as “forced” is just other people’s right to their own lawful choices. “Land of the free?” Sounds like you would be happier living in a religious dictatorship like Iran.

    2. Thug Starr 420 says:

      Ellen, you can feel any way you want. Unfortunately for you, you don’t get to decide for everybody. And really, you only get to decide for one human being on this planet whether gay is right or wrong, and that is for YOUR OWN LIFE. That is it.

  37. Tony says:

    They can kick a guy off an air plane for having his pants below his waist but above his knees. I think as a society we need to start cracking down on inappropriate public behavior from anyone, whether they are black or white, gay, straight or asian. Also the guard didn’t say “The twins ban woman from making out” or anything like that, totally his personal choice.

    1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

      Who gets to decide what’s appropriate for every single person?

      Boy George?
      The Pope?

  38. very interesting says:

    Oops. That guards represents the Twins organization. I smell an easily won lawsuit coming out of this one.

    1. Tony says:

      Or does that guard technically work for the stadium which the state owns? So these ladies that can’t keep their hands off one another are suing us?

      1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

        No. He is employed by the Twins. Please READ.

      2. Heathcliff says:

        No-one is suing anyone. Can’t you read?

  39. Thug Starr 420 says:

    What should be done with gays, Dave? Should being gay be illegal in public? What about in private? If we herd them all up and gas them, will that make you feel better?

  40. My Rights Too says:

    I don’t want to see it. I don’t want to have to explain to my children or grandchildren why Joe and John, or Sally and Suzy are swapping spit. That chaste kiss was just the start. Obviously it appeared to be more or the man wouldn’t have said what he said.

    1. Drunken Dissed Orderly says:

      “Obviously it appeared to be more or the man wouldn’t have said what he said.”

      Please demonstrate the obviousness, and please demonstrate how many other fans were admonished for kissing during the game by this employee.

      “I don’t want to see it. I don’t want to have to explain to my children or grandchildren why Joe and John, or Sally and Suzy are swapping spit.”

      Tough luck, buddy. That isn’t up to you. You don’t have the right to not be offended.

      1. Soldier deployed in Afghan says:

        Drunken Dissed Orderly

        “Obviously it appeared to be more or the man wouldn’t have said what he said.”

        Please demonstrate the obviousness, and please demonstrate how many other fans were admonished for kissing during the game by this employee.

        “I don’t want to see it. I don’t want to have to explain to my children or grandchildren why Joe and John, or Sally and Suzy are swapping spit.”

        Tough luck, buddy. That isn’t up to you. You don’t have the right to not be offended.

        DDO: Please explain how he/she doesn’t have the right to be offended. This one should be good now: we are dictating what is and is not offensive to others.

        1. Paul says:

          You have no right guaranteed in the Constitution to not be offended. In fact, the Constitution guarantees that others have, in fact, the right to offend you (free speech and all that). We are a nation of supposedly strong, independent people. You see something that offends you, but doesn’t actually hurt you or anyone else, you should probably put your big boy pants on and deal with it.

          Oh, and if your handle is actually indicative of your status, thank you for your service to our country. I may disagree with your statements, but not your service.

    2. km says:

      It would be a good time to teach them about tolerance of others. I grew up in a household that had it’s predjudices and thank god I was able to see past them. If I didn’t I would have missed out on some of the best friends I could ever have.

    3. Morey Soffo says:

      My son (age 6) saw two guys kissing at O’Hare and pointed. I told him it is not polite to point. He then asked what they were doing? I said they were kissing. He asked, “Why?” I said, “I guess they like each other.” He said, “Oh.” Then, he saw a woman in uniform and asked if she was a pilot? I said, “No, she is an Army officer.” It was one of just hundreds of question I deal with every day with a bright and inquisitive kid. It was no big deal, it passed, and the World continuest o turn.

      1. Les Johnson says:

        Well done, sir. Well done.

      2. Heathcliff says:

        If only there were more parents like you!

        1. amaysme says:

          Hear Hear!. A toast to the voice of reason.

  41. stace34 says:

    I think Harmon Killebre would be sick that you used his name and memory in the way you did in your comment.

    1. Kyle Weaver says:

      indeed stace34, indeed

  42. MattGMD says:

    10 commandments…LoL. That’s why Barney Fife only had one bullet. In his pocket.

  43. Porky says:

    This truly upsets me, why do girls never kiss when I am at the ballgame?

  44. ed-words says:

    Another mind destroyed by religion.

    The TWO Commandments

    1. Don’t harm anyone.

    2. Be productive.

    1. Word! Ed says:

      How about they are being lead around by the nose into believing the most foolish and ridiculous fairy tales….and they have no idea?

      And i dont care what anyone believes… long as it doesnt hurt someone else or unduly burden them….and i cant figure out why would any rational person care? Where does the desire to micro-manage and control the lives of our fellow man come from? Epically frustrating!!!

  45. A. Lincoln says:

    So a man was being tared and feathered and run out on a rail by an angry mob and someone asked him how he liked it. The man replied that if wasn’t for the honor of the thing, he much rather-ed of just walked out of town.

    I think I’m going to be investing in tar and feather’s.

  46. ed-words says:

    Religion has its place- – – in the garbage can

    X-Catho holic

  47. As God as my witness says:

    I think at a Saints Game….this is encouraged!

    I’m all for girls kissing!

  48. Ali says:

    $67 for $37 tickets from Stub-hub.. $7 for a beer, $6 for a hot dog, $4 for a coke.. $15 to park … Maybe we need… Thou shall not rip off fans…. huh.

  49. Kally says:

    Ever lip read what is said by players and managers during the game? Should we stop the game and preach to them about using the Lords name in vain?

  50. Common Man says:

    The real problem here is does this guy go around dowtown and do the samething to any one on the street? No, he would get his ass kicked. But having the security guard position now makes him King Ruler of all so he can say what ever he wants because he is in charge…right? Typical jerk on some kind of stupid power trip because this is all he will ever be. We see it all the time. I dare that guy to do the samething on the street. Kind of makes all you people defending this jerk totally in the wrong.

    1. heathcliff says:

      Exactly. This issue is not actually about girls kissing. It’s about the abuse of power and religious people trying to shove their agendas done the throats of others.

  51. craig says:

    I wish Sarah Palin and Michele Bachman would kiss and make out, I mean make up.This is all about getting attention.

    1. Beer Guzzling Redneck says:

      Michele Bachmann has a bigger unit than Anthony Weiner.

  52. OralAnnie_n_fingerFannie says:


  53. rationalrevolution says:

    LOL, the 10 Commandments don’t say anything about girls not kissing! Not that it would matter even if they did, but what a stupid comment to make :p

  54. Kyle Weaver says:

    She related to Daunte? lmao

  55. Kelsi Culpepper says:

    move on? what if MLK was like “you know what… i think were good on that equal rights thing.” this may seem trivial to some but to others this is an incident that is an everyday reality. and it sucks. gay individuals kill themselves bc of harassment. what is wrong with asking them to institute a policy to protect patrons… i dont see anything wrong with that.

    1. Bob Jones says:

      Policy schmolicy.

      We don’t need a policy, we need smarter people working with the public.

      Clearly, this “security guard” was mentally deficient in several areas.

    2. something wrong with today's world says:

      Many people kill themselves because of harassment, not just gay people. I am short and am harassed all the time about it but I just don’t think its that big of a deal. People are too sensitive. Yes the guard was in the wrong for voiceing his beliefs but if he was fired he could have sued for wrongful termination just like Somolians in Minnesota who sued because they weren’t allowed to take break at work anytime they felt like it. It was their religious belief and they won.

  56. Spike says:

    Close your eyes or turn away. Easy.

  57. fred says:

    wow…300 comments on this one….never seen so much b.s. over nothing….yes, the security guard over reacted,and yes, he got reprimanded…. end of story. whats the big deal????.

  58. Richard says:

    We’re not hyper-sensitive. We’re better informed; at least some of us are. For some of us, we realize the older ways were not reflective of today’s society, and we work to change it, make it a better place. This is what educated and contributing people do.

  59. Bob Jones says:

    You’re absolutely right on the fact that these two women should complain, but you are very wrong on your other call.

    This guy (The “security” guard) can claim whatever he wants, even to be the victim here for whatever reason. That doesn’t make him right. He should be terminated immediately, last I checked… discrimination is a valid reason to terminate someone’s employment.

    They were wrong in keeping him, and the article made it sound like the only reason they were keeping him was because he’s worked there a long time.

    So… I can be a dick at my job and expect not to be fired simply because I’ve been here a long time? Really? Get real.

    Twins, fire this guy, you don’t want this kind of bigot representing your organisation to your paying customers.

  60. guest says:

    Hypersensitivity is why this fool bothered those two women in the first place.Let him lose his job and let people who deserve to uphold our society work.If you want to preach quit your job and stand on the street like all these other idiots do.

  61. Bob Jones says:


    Oh…. you must be referring to yourself. I don’t know.. why WOULD you want to attend a baseball game? You can better answer that question than I can.

  62. ep tor says:

    He should have been forced to march in the Gay Pride parade as the “Queens” page.

  63. ep tor says:

    I don’t think the punishment fit the indescretion. As a condition of keeping his job, he should have been required to do some relevant community service.

    For example being required to march at the head of the Gay Pride Parade as the “Queen’s” personal foot page dressed in attire appropriate for the occasion – perhaps nothing but a sultry leather jockstrap held in place with leather suspenders.

  64. Binny says:

    OK, the guy was reprimanded, why does he have to be fired? Why put this guy out of a job when jobs are so few and far between? What is wrong with a second chance? The two women, while embarrassed, did not lose their jobs, did not lose money, did not lose anything but time. They did gain an opportunity to teach. If you made a mistake at work, how bad would it be before you were fired? This guy’s words don’t seem serious enough to get him fired, especially with the Twin’s response to the stuation

  65. Kevin says:

    Human RIghts? What the he** about my Human Rights? Why would I take my childrern to a ball game so they can watch two she men tuna tasters locking lips? What ever happened to the Human RIghts of the majority? This state is a joke!

  66. Elizabeth Harris says:

    The guard is an idiot and he proved that with his 10 Commandments comment.

  67. Bob Dobalina says:

    My only concern with this is…..what were they doing out of the kitchen and why didn’t they make the guard some Sammichs to show their remorse for public displays of affection…?

  68. Me2Ky says:

    So, they were apologized to, the guard got a verbal and written reprimand. Should be settled. But, no, they want the man’s job/income/retirement. Heavy price to pay for one comment to someone. Take away his children’s food, clothing, shelter, etc., for a comment he has already been punished for?

    1. fair is no longer fair says:

      Funny how they want to push their agenda yet it is perfectly fine for them to call a man and a woman who are holding hands “breeders”. They want their rights to do what they want with the same sex yet harass and belittle anyone who is not the same as they are. Funny how that seems O.K. You want your rights then respect other peoples rights. I could care less if they were making out but don’t walk by me and my wife and call us breeders because you are not.

  69. Gadflie says:

    Yes, the guy WAS hyper-sensitive. But, let’s look at reality here, how do you know that there was any failure to train? I’m willing to bet that this topic was covered in both his initial training and his employee handbook. And failure to supervise would also be an obvious non-starter, there is NEVER a requirement that supervisors accompany security guards constantly.

  70. REB says:

    “Thou shalt not kiss thy same sex partner during a twins game” Someone give me a hand locating this please…

    1. I love animals says:

      “Thou shalt not kiss any animal of either sex during a twins game”. That wasn’t found either. Sweet now I can bring bambi, my pet lamb with me to the twins game and we can kiss all we want..yayyyyyyyy..

  71. Alice says:

    I agree with the Security Guard. Not in a public setting because it’s not acceptable. However, if it’s a mom, sister or best friend or relative….that’s different. Glad the Guard was not fired.

    1. Victory Gin says:

      Not your place to decide…Alice.

  72. Paul says:

    My question is would this guard of done the same thing if it were a man and women? This might not me a gay rights thing but a safety issue.

    1. ed-words says:

      It wasn’t a “safety” issue, it was a “Bible” issue,
      (in the guard’s OWN words!)

  73. Security Guard says:

    For me, women are born for men that is why God said go to the world and multiply, in that case they’re both woman, then the words of God will be neglected.

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