A young English boy made a bit of a bucket list and the last item was marrying a friend from school. So sad.
Why has no one thought of this before? A man, Sanjib Saha, in Kolkata, India (formerly Calcutta like Mumbai was once Bombay) has been charged with some legal shenanigans after using an impersonator to represent his wife in their divorce case according to Reuters. The real wife was then thrown out of her home and was more than a touch confused.
You may have thought it was a little weird for the Baby Boomer generation to be into internet dating, but it looks like their parents are getting into it too. That's not all, cohabitation is on the rise for the World War II victors.
Remember Tyco? More specifically do you remember all the hot water that Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski got in regarding misuse of funds? Yeah, he's in jail for it and his wife wants out of the marriage. While Kozlowski maintains his innocence, he doesn't want wife Karen to wait for him. Noble.
Massachusetts has long been a liberal pioneer. But they've tempered some of their enlightened ideals to enhance relationships with other states. But the state Senate has voted to repeal an act that allows out-of-staters to get married in Mass. Who knows where this is going next.
A couple of fun-loving lovers in Wisconsin forgot to set their parking brake before engaging in a little car action. Their car rolled off the inspiration cliff and into a gorge. They survived relatively intact. Let's hope their sense of adventure did likewise.
What is this world coming to that a nice, hardworking westerner can't do whatever they please in the eastern world? A British woman could catch some jail time for public sex in Dubai. Let's pray that these guys never, ever go to Carnival in Brazil. Aneurysms (or strokes) right, left, and center.
According to the Boston Herald, California's religious leaders are getting out of the marriage business. "After the California Supreme Court ruled gay marriage legal in May, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of California began encouraging all couples to marry outside the church," says the newspaper. An Episcopal bishop recommended couples marry in a secular service and then seek a blessing from their church. These priests have had enough! First people wanted to get married, then divorced, then remarried, and now they want to marry people of the same sex!
A panel at the Michael D. Palm Center has determined that that "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy doesn't work. Furthermore, the find that the openly gay soldiers will not affect morale.The panel was spearheaded by a retired general from each of the main branches.
We haven't seen much from the mainstream media on Gardasil's side-effects. Most of the reporting about the HPV vaccine has to do with social issues. Knowing the risks is pretty important, though.