So, one of the common responses I’m seeing — mostly on Twitter,
although it came up in comments here, too — to the Indiana pizza
place refusing service is: “Har har who even has pizza at a
Poor people. That’s who has pizza at a wedding. […]
It’s not unusual around here to see weddings, or funerals, catered
by a pizza place. Pizza is all that many people can afford.
Point taken. All the more reason, though, to oppose these laws that open the doors to discrimination.