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But when you see serial re-marriers it's usually more people of Larry King's generation.
California is abuzz over same-sex marriage, as gay marriers swarm the Golden State like so many Castro-ized killer bees in case ruddy-faced values voters kill our buzz with November's constitutional amendment.
And these policies invariably hurt the real wealth creators in this country (as opposed to these wealth marriers and inheriters) the most (as well as the economy as a whole).
And you'll have us marry her, here be them come of the marriers.
In fact, I'd argue that serial marriers of the kind seen in Hollywood (or in Washington DC) do more to undermine marriage than single-gender unions would ever do.
Personally, I must admit that I don’t much care if a percentage which I think would be fairly small when it comes down to it of potential marriers are put off by their irrational squickishness.
The Brebos family were famous organ-builders in the fifteenth century; they were famous marriers, too, ” but one of them met his match, Jean, called to Spain, married there a widow, Marianna Hita, with one son.