Utah Man Suing for Right to Marry his Computer. Yes, Really...
Marriage used to be between one man and one woman. But the leftist snotmuffins decided that was totally unfair. As if the creators of marriage had discrimination in mind when they decided one man and one woman's sexual union made marriage sense. So they nuked the institution. When some of us on the right said "This is a slippery slope," because removing the definition of marriage gives it no definition at all, the leftists laughed at us.
Enter Chris Sevier. He's a Utah man who wants to marry his computer. And he's suing to be able to do so.
"This is not a game, OK, this is not some kind of funny scenario," Sevier said.
Sevier made his intentions known and went to Utah County Clerk Bryan Thompson to ask for a marriage license.
"In this day and age nothing surprises me anymore," Thompson said. "I’ve been in this office long enough, I’ve seen lots of different things, but I just said, 'No, I legally cannot do that.'"
I hope you're sitting down for this next part.
"Whatever a person has sex with they can bond with," he said. "This is getting into nasty facts stuff, and the truth is that’s engaging in private intimacy matters, and that's completely irrelevant for the purposes of federal court, and it's completely irrelevant for the legal matters at hand."
Look, all laughing at the expense of a crazy person aside, this sounds like a bad publicity stunt. He goes on to say that if the Supreme Court "...redefines marriage as a union between a man and woman, he would no longer want to marry his computer." As a strong proponent of traditional marriage? I say make him go through with it just because love is love.
Even if this is a giant publicity stunt, and this guy is trying to prove a point... he's proven it. You think they're aren't people out there who wouldn't marry their computers? There are people out there who think they're cats. Caitlyn Jenner is lauded as a hero for thinking he's a woman. I mean seriously, how do we gauge who's serious and who's full of binary codes?
The real crime here is no pictures of his computer were available. We're also not sure if it was a Linux system. But hey, if "love is love" then who are you to judge who loves what? Even if it is a PC or a Mac.
After all, this man thinks he's a six year old girl. Computer love isn't so weird now, is it?