Man Sues for Right to Marry His Computer

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I know logic and common sense are not popular here in Rod Serling’s America,  But just listen to this guy’s argument and you’ll see what an argument used to consist of.  That’s right logic, common sense, facts and reality.  WOW!  What a premise…

Of course the argument is absurd but so was homosexual marriage for the last, well at least 10,014 years! (The emergence of civilization is generally associated with the Neolithic, or Agricultural Revolution, which occurred in various locations between 8,000 and 5,000 BC.)

Man Sues for Right to Marry His Computer

Posted on May 8, 2014 by Tad Cronn – He took computer dating a bit literally.


According to the UK Telegraph, Chris Sevier of Florida filed suit in that state and in Utah, claiming he was denied a license to marry his sweetheart, a pornography-laden Macbook. Both suits have been rejected at this point, and it’s unknown if Sevier plans to appeal.

His reasoning is that if homosexuals are allowed to wed the object of their desire despite clear biological incompatibility, then he has a right to marry his.
Sevier claims in his suit that if homosexuals are “second-class” citizens, then “those of us in the real minority, who want to marry machines and animals, certainly feel like third class citizens.”

It sounds like a joke, but Sevier claims to be sincere, and he points out previous cases from around the world, such as one in which a woman married a dolphin.
“Over time, I began preferring sex with my computer over sex with real women,” he told the Florida court.

He argues that giving one sexual minority — homosexuals — special privileges but denying them to others is discriminatory. “We are in different classes of sexual orientation,” he argued in Utah. “… The exclusion from marriage to a machine denies myself a dignity and status of immense import.”

The Utah filing appears to be an effort to influence an ongoing homosexual marriage case, so presumably the Florida suit is also just to make a point, and Sevier makes several by using the same arguments advocates for homosexual marriages have used. …

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