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07/28/2010

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Jimbino

There are countries, like Brazil, that practice "tit for tat" strategies in their relations with foreign countries.

For example, if the USA requires $130 tourist visas and fingerprinting of Brazilian tourists to the USA, Brazil imposes $130 tourist visas and fingerprinting of American tourists. Fair enough.

I just wonder what would happen if the countries cited in the report would refuse to honor marriage certificates of countries like the USA that refuse to honor ALL their own marriage certificates.

Thus an American hetero couple would find themselves unmarried in Brazil, for example. Good idea!

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