Anti-Gay Texan Wants To Prove 'Point' By Marrying His Mac
April 21, 2016

Even If It Has Auto-Correct?

Yeah, Texas, of course damn Texas.

There’s a guy in Texas by the name of Chris Sevier. Sevier is suing Harris County and the State of Texas because they won’t let him marry his Mac computer.

He’s perfectly serious. He’s trying to overturn Obergefell, the ruling that allowed same gender marriage in Texas. And he’s using his love for his Mac to do it. I guess every damn goat in Brenham turned him down.

He is trying to prove that, essentially, marriage between a same-sex couple can be equated to marriage between a man and a machine. He is trying to prove that, under Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage, people are now allowed to do morally disgusting things like marry whomever they are attracted to, whether that be inanimate objects or the same gender.

So, he’s giving the courts an ultimatum – If Rick can marry Bob, surely I can marry Connie the Computer.

And if you wonder why he picked a laptop instead of …. oh, I dunno, a tractor? … there might be some clues in this lawsuit that he filed against Apple in 2013. In the lawsuit, he says he “loves Apple,” but wants stop Apple from selling computers that show pornography.

Damn Apple, forcing you to look at porn.

crossposted at JuanitaJean.com

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