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August 6th, 2011, 02:04 PM

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so how does marriage protect the child?
Don't ask others to defend YOUR assertion.





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August 6th, 2011, 02:37 PM

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so what do you think the purpose of marriage is?
Two people making a lifetime commitment to each other as per the marriage vows addressed 400 times prior. There's nothing in marriage that declares wedded couples have a mandatory requirement to produce children.

Therefore its purpose is not to protect any child that may result from such a union.

Unless of course you know of such a vow that has 'to procreate' amidst 'for better or worse, in sickness and in health, till death us do part' etc...?

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It was a noob moron who failed to read the last 122 pages.
Well be fair. Who could possibly be expected to wade through all that without chopping their head off?






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Well be fair. Who could possibly be expected to wade through all that without chopping their head off?
One page. He couldn't have read ONE page. That would have been more than enough evidence of chrys' lunacy .





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August 6th, 2011, 09:04 PM

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It was a noob moron who failed to read the last 122 pages.
## If I didn't read them, that was because I had not previously posted to the thread. Having an opinion does not necessarily reading 1845 (?) posts. Nor does posting an opinion require a response.

BTW, "moron" will do fine - the "moron" is not strictly a "noob", just an infrequent poster. If you must insult other posters, please, get the facts "straight". TY



   
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## If I didn't read them, that was because I had not previously posted to the thread. Having an opinion does not necessarily reading 1845 (?) posts. Nor does posting an opinion require a response.

BTW, "moron" will do fine - the "moron" is not strictly a "noob", just an infrequent poster. If you must insult other posters, please, get the facts "straight". TY
Aaaaaarrrrggghhhh! You've bumped this thread again!








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