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08/31/2006

A tale of two Barkleys, one of whom would allow the others to marry

by Jeremy Hooper

   Former NBA star Charles Barkley has revealed that he's considering running as a Democratic candidate for governor of his home state of Alabama. This is possibly great news for local gays, as Barkley has also stated that he's in favor of gay marriage.

Promising.

    In a related story, Gnarls Barkley has revealed incessantly this summer that "I remember when, I remember, I remember when I lost my mind," which has led Gnarls to wonder repatedly, "Does that make me Crazy? Does that make me Crazy? Does that make me Crazy? Possibly."

Stuck in the head, that song.

Both Charles and Gnarls have now crooned a good tune. Let's just hope both can follow up their charming melody with another winning situation.

Sir Charles Barkley setting stage for campaign platform? [Montgomery Advertiser]

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