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01/26/2011

Right, because why would kids wanna grow up to be a married gazillionaire?

by Jeremy Hooper

A Harps grocery store in Mountain Home, Arkansas, is blocking the John-Furnish family from kids' curious eyes:

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Grocery Store Finds Gay Parenting Magazine Cover Too Offensive For Kids [Joe.My.God]

Interesting that Golden Globes "hookups" are perfectly fine.

Though this is nothing compared to the medicine aisle, where the Ben Gay supply has been renamed "Ben-Radical, Agenda-Laden Lifestyle Choice."

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*MAJOR UPDATE: Corporate has properly dealt with the matter: Press Release of the Day [J.M.G.]

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