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Yet another weird SF fan

Saturday, January 28, 2012

The Next Step after Gay Marriage

Someone wants to marry a building. I'm not sure what the kids will be raised as…

On a serious note, she said:

"If corporations can have the rights as people, so can buildings," said Aivaz, referencing a Supreme Court decision on political advertising. "I'm doing this to show the building how much I love it, how much I love community space and how much I love this neighborhood. And I want to stop it from gentrification.”
Corporations represent people. Who does the building represent? By the way, what are they planning to do with the site? Somehow I don't think an empty building is preferable. Even if they're constructing houses for the 1%, that gets the 1% out of other neighborhoods.


Blogger ΛΕΟΝΙΔΑΣ said...

Does this individual plan on selling tickets to the consummation event and if so, will her/its income be taxed as "personal" or long term capital gain. Inquiring minds wish to know.

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