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05/27/2009

36 years of needless, overwrought debate

by Jeremy Hooper

Think this whole marriage discussion is a mostly 21st century conversation? Well journey back with us to February of 1973, when the Tucson Daily Citizen ran a very ahead of its time article on the "sanctity" of homo-gays getting hitched. It's a little too religious-focused for our civil marriage-seeking liking; but it's quite interesting, nonetheless:

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*Download pdf: Tucson Daily Citizen [2/17/1973]

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I read part of the article and some f the comments by the Episcopal priest don't look that bad. On the other hand, FREE HAM!

Posted by: EdgyB | May 27, 2009 3:14:55 PM

Is it to late to pick up my free ham?

Posted by: Penguinsaur | May 27, 2009 4:02:36 PM

"Is it to late to pick up my free ham?"

Ha!

Posted by: G-A-Y | May 27, 2009 4:14:33 PM

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