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04/10/2006

UConn gays to smooch the Scalia away

by Jeremy Hooper

   When Supreme Court Justice Anontin Scalia comes to their campus this week to teach a few courses and deliver a speech, the members of the University of Connecticut's Lambda Law Society will protest the gay-unfriendly justice's visit by holding a "mini-carnival" with a "same-sex kissing booth." MUCH better tactic than when fellow justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg visited your humble scribe's campus, and the conservative girls all protested by getting pregnant and decisively keeping it.

Not to be outdone in the Scalia protest, we hear some of the dimmer folks in the school's Aquatics Club will spend the week debating the merits of "rowing" versus "wading," before Justice Scalia overturns their right to do so. So water-logged, they are.

Planned visit by Supreme Court justice has UConn buzzing [AP via Stamford Advocate]

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