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Old October 9th, 2016, 10:31 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Nemo View Post
Whenever someone gets their nose bloodied by some life experience, they are quick to complain: "There ought?a be a law . . . ." Well, the truth is that there is. There is nothing that we do in this life that is not subject to law. Marriage is no different. The marriage laws both grant rights and impose duties and responsibilities that are not just necessary but essential, for it is only the sanction of the law that keeps things in line. Get used to it.
I am used to it.
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