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04/21/2005

Tip for the TN ACLU

by Jeremy Hooper

  Today, at an afternoon press conference, the ACLU of Tennessee is expected to outline their plans to challenge the state's proposed 'mo marriage-banning amendment

Our advice to the ACLU: Somehow tie in your effort to a threat towards football. Like maybe say that if the 'mos can't marry then we'll put some sort of a 'queer curse' on the Vols, causing them to lose every game for the next decade.

Trust us. They don't call it a drinkin' state with a football problem for nothing.

TN ACLU announces lawsuit against proposed state gay marriage ban [WBIR.com]

RELATED: ACLU to save TN homo-gays [G-A-Y]

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