"Let's defend marriage against heartbreakers."

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I haz a sad...the video isn't working for me. I guess that means I need to spend extra time at work surfing The Onion website. I'm okay with that.
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Oh, shit, these are some golden days for the Onion. That is just beautiful work in every way.
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All I see is an empty black box.
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@1, 3, maybe your systems will work at the Onion's own page for it?
http://www.theonion.com/video/heartbroke…
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My Traditional Marriage quote for the day, from Pomeranz and Topik's The World That Trade Created:
European marriage generally linked two "houses" in which males controlled the capital and managed the business by exchanging a woman [...] as if she was a trade item herself
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@5 Why can't we get back to the good old days when men were men and women were negotiable property?
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1, 3: Didn't work for me on IE, but did on Firefox.
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I suspect that a heartbreak like this is what did in Breitbart.
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Lots of straight readers of The Stranger spend ridiculous amounts of time thinking about same-sex marriage because douchebags like Santorum make our heads explode.

I live in Canada where same-sex marriage is legal and I obsess over wacko Republican hang-ups.
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@4: Bless you. That was awesome.
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The Onion somehow dropped off my radar, but that Romneymania piece had me in stitches. That's it: The Onion Is back in the rotation.
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Give The Onion credit for the subtle genius, as well: "Nicholas Wiseman (1802–1865) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who became the first Archbishop of Westminster upon the re-establishment of the Catholic hierarchy in England and Wales in 1850." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Wi…