The Occasional Joke

Nurse: Patient's name?

Centurion: Marcus Licinius Crassus

Nurse: And his date of birth?

Centurion: 115 BC.

Nurse: All right. And what is he here for?

Centurion: Cataphract surgery.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Same-gender marriage undecided still

2014 04 11: Update
Michigan was told that their pathetic attempt to demonstrate anything at all bad about gay parenting was ludicrous and "clearly unconstitutional". Now Utah is coming up on a court date, using the same unqualified hoonyack that Michigan tried to use.  It's a great chance to see whose Judges are smarter, at least.

After the close of testimony, the defense was optimistic in a lawsuit brought against the state of MI, seeking to have the ban on same-gender marriages declared unconstitutional. The judge had disallowed testimony from their star expert witness on the basis of his less-than-impressive credentials, forcing them to scramble for a more-respected authority.  They settled on a ten-year-old boy, Travis Bungle, whose work in social science is widely recognized throughout the Grand Rapids suburbs. His four-page, handwritten paper, Why I Hade Phagids, won the Agema Prize and the unanimous support of the Westboro Baptist Church. Its key assertion is that a disproportionate number of the children in same-gender households have cooties.

The judge, after having regained his composure, agreed to allow the youth's testimony on the grounds that "we could all use a laugh".

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