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02/09/2015

NOM holding another March for Marriage because, well, what the hell else are they gonna do?!

by Jeremy Hooper

There are plenty of options for how you might spend the twenty-fifth day of this coming April:

April 25, 2015 is Bob Wills Day!
April 25, 2015 is DNA Day!
April 25, 2015 is Eeyore's Birthday!
April 25, 2015 is Hairstylists Appreciation Day!
April 25, 2015 is Malaria Awareness Day!
April 25, 2015 is National Go Birding Day!
April 25, 2015 is National Mani-Pedi Day!
April 25, 2015 is National Rebuilding Day!
April 25, 2015 is National Sense of Smell Day!
April 25, 2015 is National Zucchini Bread Day!
April 25, 2015 is Parental Alienation Day!
April 25, 2015 is Plumber's Day!
April 25, 2015 is Red Hat Society Day!
April 25, 2015 is Save The Frogs Day!
April 25, 2015 is World Day for Animals in Laboratories!
April 25, 2015 is World Healing Day!
April 25, 2015 is World Penguin Day!
April 25, 2015 is World Tai Chi and Qigong Day!
April 25, 2015 is World Veterinary Day!

SOURCE: CheckiDay.com

So many fun options! Get your nails done with a plumber. Honor Pooh's most understated friend with your beloved vet.. Celebrate the double helix strands of life. Eat some zucchini bread and celebrate your ability to smell.

Or now, thanks to pro-discrimination special interest group NOM, you have one more option:

With the Supreme Court's announcement a few weeks ago that they will be hearing a case this term that could decide the legal definition of marriage in America, we are now on the clock. We have just a few short months to make our case for marriage before the Court weighs in. With that in mind, we have scheduled the third annual March for Marriage in Washington, DC on April 25th, 2015. And I need your help today to make this critically important March a success.
[NOM]

Ah, so cute that they're trying again after the last two non-events. Failed political stunts must follow the same wisdom as celebrity deaths: they always happen in threes.

I think I'll spend the day honoring hairstylist awareness day instead. Without being too stereotypical, I'm confident that this will be a much more accepting crowd.

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