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Old 10-01-2007, 01:25 PM   #10
SilentScope001
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Originally Posted by PoiuyWired
*sigh* So chimps will have to pay taxes now? Put it this way, we all know that "Curious George" can become president, so chimps being a coperate leader is not a bad thing, since they are about as ruthless and stinky, and flings poo. Though having a chimp as a cellmate in prison is going to suck.

Plus, now can we legally marry a chimp? How about a dolphin?
Just remember, this is being settled in court, it is likely to go against the suit. And they are not trying to declare chimps humans, but rather chimps as a person who has rights and deserve protection. All the beniefts of rights, with none of the responsiblity.


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