At least, not this time. Nearly businesses — including Silicon Valley mainstays like Facebook, Oracle, Qualcomm, Apple and dozens of others — filed a brief with the Supreme Court expressing support for same-sex marriage. The brief, first reported by Fortune , opposes arguments made in bills such as Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act, the two initiatives that most stridently argue against same-sex marriage in California. President Obama has publicly echoed these sentiments in stump speeches, though he has yet to formally file an amicus brief in opposition , as many gay rights activists have urged him to do. It is a decidedly different approach to an argument often championed as a civil rights issue, making an economic case for what ultimately amounts to a morass of HR problems for prospective LGBT employees and the enterprises who hire them.
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I could not have dreamed of a more perfect moment. She looked absolutely beautiful. Bride Chelios walked down the aisle in a gown by Reem Acra, later changing into a second look for the afterparty, a jumpsuit by Galia Lahav. Chelios and her parents were whisked to the ceremony in a vintage Packard Clipper, which later returned the newlyweds to the Peninsula Hotel for cocktails, dinner and dancing. The cocktail hour took place on the stunning outdoor terrace with an amazing view of Michigan Avenue and Lake Michigan.
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How long the belief a nude man sporting an erection can be found in the artwork of a pack of Camels has been with us is impossible to pin down:. Of course, maybe I just have a dirty mind. There is a little man standing in the foreleg, looking to the right, his hand on his right hip, the elbow protruding to his side. His facial features are defined, as is his erect penis which protrudes in front of him. The Camel man in the foreleg turns out to be a dickie waver — quite a different image from that featured over so many years in Camel ads as the symbolic hero camped in the wilderness, a loner, a man free from the impediments and obligations of civilization.
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