In a day and age where there is so much hate and evil spread around, I am left dumbfounded when people try to make a big deal out of something that is not even there. Take for instance the Huffington Post's Gay Voices.
Though for the part, the Gay Voices section has actual news, sometimes they tend to make something out of nothing. They can find the smallest little thing posted on Twitter or Facebook, and blow it completely out of proportion for days.
Their tend to over exagerate though, has never been more apparent than it is today.
In an article titled Gay Couple Offered Refund At Texas Bowling Alley After Being Told It Was A Family Establishment, the Huffington Post does a 402-word story on how a gay couple was unhappy with children being at a family bowling alley. The couple kept switching lanes to get away from the children at the family bowling alley in Plano, Texas, and eventually the manager, deciding that the couple was just happy, offered them a refund.
"No one at the company was aware of their sexual orientation," Main Event CEO Charlie Keegan told The Huffington Post over the phone. "The couple wanted privacy and asked several times to relocate, and we did our best to relocate them but they were frustrated and unhappy." - from The Huffington Post
Why Alberto Lesmes and Chad Hemp, the gay couple, thought that a family bowling was the place to go to escape children is beyond me. Why the Huffington Post felt this was even a freaking story is even more baffling to me.
Forunately, my normal brothers and sisters are giving me hope in the human race by agreeing with me and stating that this is a nonstory on the Gay Voices Facebook link to the story.
Come on Huffington Post. Have a higher standard of reporting. You are not just a personal blog, you are an actual news outlet. Act like it.
Just remember, if you choose to only see evil in the world, that is all you will see.