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  •  When this was still a state issue (4+ / 0-)
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    Sychotic1, SilentBrook, splashy, blue muon

    I heard many say it's the principle of it. Even if one of the couple is infertile, they are still a man and a woman which potentially, in some other dimension, I guess, have the possibility of procreation. It was so very twisted as to be Pythonesque. I didn't hear that in any of the clips, but didn't hear any very strong arguments either. The 55-y-o's in a marriage potentially being able to have children might be a rough equivalent, though.

    Get old and do lots of stuff in the process. Half of the fun is trying everything out. --Noddy

    by Debby on Wed Mar 27, 2013 at 09:02:39 AM PDT

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