Discussion in 'Ethics, Morality, & Justice' started by goofyfish, Feb 13, 2004.
Some one has issues.
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I'm not sure what to say ... I'm having a problem with relative issues, and the obvious digression of topic arises. So ... yeah ....
I hear that this marriage took place under a law passed by the late French President DeGaul (sp?). I can't help but think that he had some devious personal motive for allowing young French women to marry dead men. . .
stiffs get all the chicks!
There is nothing disturbing behind this decision...it is based on respect and love, not governed by sexual preferences...it is odd but beautiful in certain ways since such loyalty is fast dying in relationships today. She chooses to honor the man's death by upholding a promise they made together and since its obvious she finds no need to love again or be in a another relationship anytime soon, so why not?
She is not doing it for his stiff body and how that helps his stiffy remain a stiffy, indefinetly.
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