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05/26/2011

**UPDATED: NO_Blog

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage's blog seems to have disappeared, without so much as an error page or other placeholder:

Screen Shot 2011-05-26 At 2.43.32 Pm

Theories:

(1) They're redesigning, nothing more.

(2) They're switching servers or URLs, nothing more.

(3) They've realized that the blog has gone off the rails, now routinely showing how much beyond marriage their fight really goes.

(4) They have quit the Internet, as predictively wrong about the Internet's longevity as they are about marriage discrimination's sustainability.

We'll keep you posted.

***

*UPDATE: Never mind, they're now back up.

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