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Podcast Episode 136: Love, Marriage, and Forbidden Contraceptives

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Your Facebook immortality is brought into question, Some people make odd choices for a spouse, There may be some holes in the idea of replacing prison with ankle bracelets, Hobby Lobby gets its way at the Supreme Court, Animals have feelings too, Music sales aren’t looking too good lately, and Seeming releases a few new tracks.

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