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To: MeeknMing
ummmmm, yeah...ok

I guess next animals will be able to wed and have the same benefits as traditional married couples.

29 posted on 06/11/2003 7:18:15 AM PDT by cherry_bomb88 (Are you on the right side of the wrong issue or the wrong side of the right issue?)
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To: cherry_bomb88
I don't know if animals will wed, but my neighbor keeps saying her first husband was a pig.
30 posted on 06/11/2003 7:21:16 AM PDT by breakem
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To: cherry_bomb88; breakem
I guess next animals will be able to wed and have the same benefits as traditional married couples.

Re #29-30:

Can you believe it ??:

Dogs marry in Connecticut


DERBY, Conn. - Call it puppy love.

Two dogs - Tatiana Anjelica and Tyson Beckford Spak - exchanged vows and slobbery kisses Sunday on the Derby Green. The bride even wore a little garter, slipped over her paw.

The bridegroom wore a top hat and tuxedo.

Excerpted. Click link for full article.
Excerpted - click for full article ^
Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A6699-2003Jun3.html



ROFL !!

41 posted on 06/11/2003 8:00:37 AM PDT by MeekOneGOP (Bu-bye Dixie Chimps! / Check out my Freeper site !: http://home.attbi.com/~freeper/wsb/index.html)
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To: cherry_bomb88
"I guess next animals will be able to wed and have the same benefits as traditional married couples"

*sigh* Tired old argument #3572. Animals can't consent. Humans can.

P.S. For many centuries, in a "traditional married couple," the wife was the property of the husband. I do hope you're not asking to return to that particular tradition.
69 posted on 06/11/2003 5:38:27 PM PDT by jde1953
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