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02/20/2009

The sanctity of marriage (after marriage, after marriage, after marriage, after marriage...)

by Jeremy Hooper

Gee, I only want one:

ANDERSON, Ind. -- Throughout her life, she has been Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Street and Mrs. Smith.

She was also Mrs. Moyer, Mrs. Massie and Mrs. McMillan.

But the former Mrs. Berisford, Mrs. Chandler and Mrs. Essex was born Linda Lou Taylor.

She grew up in Alexandria, Ind., a place that lays claim to the largest ball of dried paint in the world.

More than a decade ago, the 68-year-old found her own way to bring Indiana a Guinness world record: She got hitched for the 23rd time.

Hoosier woman lonely after 23 marriages [Gannett News Service via Sun-Times]

But you know, despite her inability to commit, I still don't feel "threatened" or "attacked" by her unions. But then again, I'm a grown adult who prefers to focus on my own house than that which does not concern me.

**thanks to everyone who sent this in.

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Your thoughts

Disgusting...and str8ts don't see her as a threat to marriage, do they?

Posted by: nikko | Feb 21, 2009 7:55:50 PM

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