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posted by soulpen

In reply to: Actor Jim Nabors marries partner in Seattle »

January 30, 2013

well golly, if an old man wants to be happy, let him. He's not "out" to preach to our kids to be gay, he's not "bangin" his gay flag in every street, he's just an old man. The media is the only way way we know of what he does in the bedroom. Let it be. I'm sure that there are things in your life you wouldn't want to be on the front page. I'm sure this rich old man gave more in monetary support and otherwise than most do ever, to the good of humanity. Do not judge. That's God's job. Judge yourself before you judge others. Let him live the life he's lived, at least now he can have his loved one visit him when he's almost dead, and maybe be the one that decides to pull the plug. If you live as common law or aren't married to your most dear, they can't see you in the hospital when your almost dead, and if you have no family, the state pulls the plug, not your loved one. Respect all human friendship, gay or otherwise. Many of us can't count our true friends, much less willing to amount the fact that wives have grown away from the friendship where we met. Anything that makes a soul happy, and doesn't hurt me is ok. He doesn't brag about his relationship, the media does. Maybe we should brag about our wives more often to the media, it might keep a few of our relationships together.

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