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DemBones DemBones Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-12-07 01:30 AM
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173. Cradle robbing? She's an adult woman who worked with

the poor in India immediately after high school. Then she returned to the UK, earned two degrees, worked with the poor in Kenya.

She was in the US working on an issue and went with her boss to Kucinich's office. They were intrigued with each other right away. She e-mailed him about something to do with politics and pretty soon the e-mails were flying back and forth. Then they met again, at Shirley McClaine's house, stayed up all night talking, knew they were in love, and got married a couple of months later.

I'm a woman much closer to Dennis's age than to Elizabeth's and I think it's a great love story. He didn't go out looking for a young wife and she didn't go looking for a husband twice her age. They met by chance and fell in love. I don't see anything wrong with it and neither do her parents, even though they're a bit younger than Dennis.

She's a beautiful woman and cares very much about social issues, she married a man with similar concerns and philosophy.

Why are you so upset because she has a tongue stud?
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