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What's wrong with marrying your cousin?
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
I am guessing your Michigan family are not NASCAR fans. The ones I see at races can out redneck any southerner.
Depends on the cousin...
Nothing if you're from West Virginia. It's legal to marry your first cousin there, I think. At least SC limits it to second cousins.
I'm always a little leery of those who meet their future spouses at family reunions.
Nope, but they are Wolverine fans. Several of them graduated from there. My brother-in-law asked my husband who we were pulling for. My husband, ever the diplomat, told him we just hope everyone plays their best, and no one is injured.
Yeah, I'm for that, and for beating them by 21 at least.
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Eddie George went to Fork Union, and he's a Buckeye so obviously Meeeeeeeeshigan eyes see it as "rubber stamp". You know the odd thing about it, is that if you compare the number of kids we've signed that went to FUMA or Hargrave, or even Georgia Military against the number who came in as "true" freshman, I'd be willing to bet the grad rates of the former are much higher than those of the latter. They do a great job of preparing kids for school.
What's wrong with marrying your cousin again?
This post was edited by steve miller 19 months ago
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
It's illegal to marry your first cousin in SC (though it's okay in West Virginia). In SC, you can marry your second cousin, but that's still a little too close for my comfort. You greatly increase the chances of passing on genetic problems by marrying a close family member since both of you likely carry the DNA for the same genetically caused diseases or disabilities.
And then there's the "yuck" factor.
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