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  • Ether way their should never be a law to prevent two people who love each other from expressing that. Other states and countries will learn this eventually. Hopefully. Congrats New York for making another step towards that.

  • How about goats or animals generally. Is this allowed in New York as well?

  • Generally non-human animals can't give consent. I thought this was common knowledge.

  • I have seen animals communicating in a non human verbal way rather well. There is a dog and there is some food, it's not this complicate. I wonder if, after all those millions of years, animals still don't communicate with each other.

  • Animals have nothing to do with this topic. Please try to keep things on track here.

  • An animal vocalizing is not consent among individuals with a sober, conscious, and informed state of mind. To trivialize queer individuals the way you're doing is kind of incredibly stupid.

  • I saw a movie once with a talking dog. That was adorable. I forgot what the movie is called. I used to think it was Air Bud, but the dog there didn't talk. It did do sports, though, which is awesome, but still not talking.

    Anyway, I then saw the trailer for this movie called "Karate Dog", which I thought was dumb. Can't believe Chevy Chase was in that, because he's pretty cool. I mean, I like talking dogs, but that movie was just dumb.

    Also, ever noticed how Odie never thinks but Garfield does? What's up with that? Is it because the Garfield comic strips are told in the eyes of telepathic cats, whose telepathic powers cannot penetrate the minds of dogs? Is it because dogs and cats are secretly an ancient and powerful race who has been at war for centuries? That's the plot of the movie Cats and Dogs, which is also not that talking dog movie I mentioned earlier.

    Anyway, gay marriage in New York, right? That's cool.

  • There's this farm once that the Animals decided to kick the farmer out and run it themselves. But the Pigs in charge ended up becoming worse then the Humans who oppressed them.

  • @coolsome said: There's this farm once that the Animals decided to kick the farmer out and run it themselves. But the Pigs in charge ended up becoming worse then the Humans who oppressed them.

    No, that's the plot of that George Orwell comedy film "National Lampoon's Animal House". Haven't seen it yet, but I heard good things about it.

  • @tredlow said: No, that's the plot of that George Orwell comedy film "National Lampoon's Animal House". Haven't seen it yet, but I heard good things about it.



    I saw Animal House once

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