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Who am I to tell two strangers they can't love each other?

EBunbury EBunbury 46-50, M 7 Responses Jun 1, 2008

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"If people spent half as much time attending to their own issues as they do meddling in the affairs of others which have nothing to do with them, the world would be a much happier place for all of us."



This is the way I feel only you said it better!

You said it, Nyxie!

If people spent half as much time attending to their own issues as they do meddling in the affairs of others which have nothing to do with them, the world would be a much happier place for all of us.

So true! I can't believe some folks in California are actually trying to repeal their recent law that allowed it. I grew up thinking of California as ahead of the curve in civil rights...now it's like being back in the South in the 60s, where I saw the segregated drinking fountains, and doors, and busses, and...



I had the privilege this summer to attend the wedding of a lesbian couple vacationing in CA. They didn't know it had just been legalized, but were planning to do a commitment ceremony. They were delighted to learn they could do it for real. My heart went out to them.

Amoebae rhumba? I thought they did the samba. Who knew!? :-)

"Who am I to tell two strangers they can't love each other?"



Who am I to tell two amoeba not to rhumba?

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I know! It should be legal everywhere!