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07/26/2013

NOM thinks it speaks for 'the rest of the world'; adorable

by Jeremy Hooper

UK Prime Minister David Cameron successfully championed a civil marriage bill, and the conservative leader is now hoping to spread his practical advice and support to other nations. "NOT ON OUR WATCH!" cries an organization that, lately, is doing little more than watching:

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[NOM]

I'm interested. Polls tell me that a majority (and growing) number of Americans are interested. Recent developments tell me that the legal community is interested.

You all aren't interested, NOMmers? Well, there's likely a royal baby naming pool you can probably get it on to distract you from the progress that is becoming so difficult to deny.

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