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Saturday, September 12, 2009

I Caught Myself Agreeing With Khloé Kardashian...What is Wrong With Me?

Maybe it's the end stage Alzheimer's disease that I suffer from. Maybe it's the numerous small strokes I've suffered from years of eating Indian sweets which are basically all made of sugar wrapped in butter. But today I was watching Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami and I found myself proudly agreeing with what Khloé had to say.

Normally, I hate the Kardashian girls. I hate the fact that despite having the combined intelligence of a rhesus monkey, they have such a vast amount of wealth. I hate the fact that they spend in one weekend what my entire village earns in two years. I have prayed numerous times to any God that would listen...Shiva, Ganesha, Lakshmi, even Gods from religions I don't believe in...to please take away money from these godless jezebels and give it to those in need. Or at least make their noses fall off so that they cannot show their faces on tv.

But today was different. Khloé, who supports the rights for gays to get married, was on her radio show and invited an anti-gay marriage advocate onto her show for a debate. The anti-gay marriage guy was saying the reason that he's against gays getting married is because it goes against evolution and that it doesn't promote the advancement of our species. Khloé responded that the purpose of marriage is not necessarily to procreate and advance our species but to share our love with someone else.

I realized that as stupid as she inherently is, I couldn't have said it any better. Who gives a shit if gays can't biologically have kids? Should straight couples who decide to not have kids be ostracized too for not "advancing the species?" And what about people born with genetic defects or medical conditions that make them unable to reproduce...are they to be denied marriage as well?

Someone should drop this guy off in central Mumbai and force him to drink muddy sewer water in an overcrowded slum and then ask him if there's any danger of a shortage of human reproduction.