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02/20/2008

Our love is naturally disastrous

by Jeremy Hooper

For Carole King, it was love that led to the Earth to move under her feet. For one Israeli lawmaker, however, it's the gays that cause such shifts in the Earth's crust:

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Ironically, when this queer writer doesn't engage in homosexual activity, it makes me feel like I'm going to erupt like a volcano. It's weird how one man's natural affections can be another's natural disaster.

Homosexual activity cause of earthquake, Shas MK says [YNet]

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Your thoughts

I actually think I've felt the Earth move on many occasions. I hope I've done the same for others.

Posted by: Mike in the Tndra | Feb 20, 2008 1:22:35 PM

It felt like thunder one time, i dunno about Volcanos and Earthquakes. And Jeremy, if you've started ejaculating molten lava... i'de get that checked out.

Posted by: Zach | Feb 20, 2008 1:44:41 PM

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