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10/08/2012

Video: Vote for discrimination in Maine or we'll all revert to 1994-style computers

by Jeremy Hooper

Finally, one of the state marriage campaigns has found some stock video footage that truly scares me. Check out this still from a new Protect Marriage Maine ad:

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AHHHH!!!! That monitor! That plastic! I'd be surprised if that massive thing can handle the Prodigy service on an dialup, much less the wi-fi that my modern life demands. Yikes.

Okay, okay—I cry uncle, Protect Marriage Maine. How can I avoid this technological regression?! I mean, I'm never going to vote for the civil rights regression you want, but surely we can figure out some sort of compromise. We must protect the sanctity of video streaming!!

Oh, and speaking of video streaming—here's the full ad in question, outdated computers and marriage views intact:

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