Therefore, Chris Sevier filed a motion to get the ACLU to intervene on his behalf against the state of Florida. The lawsuit challenges Florida’s refusal to recognize his desire to marry his computer . He equates his desire to marry his computer to gay couples having “the right to marry their object of sexual desire, even if they lack corresponding sexual parts. The Broward New Times reports that Sevier believes he should have the right to marry his “preferred sexual object.” And that would be his “porn-filled Apple computer.” He insists that his porn-filled laptop fits into the “other minority sexual orientation groups” because it provides him the same pleasure as a partner would. In fact, he reportedly said he would rather have sex with his computer than with a woman.
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Judge: Raleigh Geeks can’t collect money for computer repairs :: WRAL.com
A Superior Court judge on Friday ordered a group of Wake County computer repair shops to stop entering contracts with customers and collecting money from them. Judge John R. Jolly, Jr. issued a temporary restraining order against Raleigh Geeks as part of a lawsuit filed this week by the state Attorney General’s Office, which accused the shops of deceptive practices. None of the three owners of the shops showed up in the North Carolina Business Court for the Friday afternoon hearing.
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Tech leaders want more computer education in California schools | PCWorld
90 percent of these K-12 schools do not currently teach computer science. On the laptops on credit other hand, there is a mismatch between the number of computer science jobs and graduates in the state, according to the letter which is signed by business executives as well as organizations active in the area of education. The Conference Board estimates 70,000 open computing jobs in Californiaroughly 16 jobs for every computer science graduate in the state! according to the letter .
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