Christina Wodtke stashed this in flowcharts for life
In honor of today's excitement at the supreme court http://gawker.com/5992433/supreme-court-looks-ready-to-take-a-pass-on-a-constitutional-right-to-gay-marriage
I'm bummed that we don't get to hear the decision until noon.
Did Cooper have any clarification to how a state can be injured?
MR. COOPER: No, Your Honor, we certainly are not. We -- we are saying the interest in marriage and the -- and the State 's interest and society's interest in what we have framed as responsible pro -procreation is -- is vital, but at bottom, with respect to those interests, our submission is that same-sex couples and opposite-sex couples are simply not similarly situated.
I'm not sure if that's what Cooper was getting at. Here's the transcript:
After reading that transcript, I'm not sure what Cooper was getting at, either.
Use of the word UNFOLLOW on Twitter has shot way up since the Supreme Court started talking:
That is one sadly telling graph.
Many people are tweeting "UNFOLLOW ME if ..." or "I will UNFOLLOW YOU if ..."
It's conditional unfollowing.