Yesterday I started thinking about writing a post on this subject, with statistics and so forth, but since it has already been done so well by the artistry of the bipolar brain, I have chosen to reblog instead.
Originally posted on theartistryofthebipolarbrain:
100 is a pretty important number. Without it, we couldn’t do percentage statistics. And we all know how we like those statistics. [Okay, I’ll admit that I’m a little weird.]
We base so much information in our everyday lives on this number and others. Right now, though, I want to talk about some other numbers.
That is the number of years my brother and his partner have been together.
The number of times Elizabeth Taylor (RIP) married.
Number of marriage licenses granted in Clark County, NV (home of Las Vegas). See here.
Number of days Kim Kardashian was married before petitioning for divorce (she’s still legally married).
The number of federal benefits and responsibilities surrounding marriage. See here.
The number of invitations to my brother’s wedding I will be receiving. [FYI, I am not in any way implying he and his partner are wanting…
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