You may now kiss the keyboard? Man seeks to marry computer

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Mark "Chris" Sevier, a 39-year-old Tennessee man, claimed his computer caused his pornography addiction and now he wants to "do the right thing" and marry it.

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Mark "Chris" Sevier, a 39-year-old Tennessee man, claimed his computer caused his pornography addiction and now he wants to "do the right thing" and marry it.

(RNS) A guy walks into a federal courthouse and files a lawsuit complaining he can’t marry his computer.

This is not a joke.

Mark “Chris” Sevier, a 39-year-old Tennessee man, claimed his computer caused his pornography addiction and now he wants to “do the right thing” and make an honest hard drive of it.

Sevier is a lawyer and a graduate of Vanderbilt University Law School — though his license has been suspended.

He also has a history of weird. In 2013, he tried to sue Apple for making computers that allow access to porn — otherwise known as “the internet.” The same year, he filed a 91-page suit against President Obama for  engineering the suspension of Phil Robertson from “Duck Dynasty” as a way of suppressing the practice of Christianity.

Nor is this the first time Sevier has sued for his unique vision of “love wins.” He first tried to marry his computer in 2014, filing suit in a Florida court.

“If the Plaintiffs can marry a person of the same sex, then others should have the right to marry their dog, pillow, blowup doll, computer, and any other object they can have sex with and want to marry,” he wrote in that lawsuit.

The current suit was filed in Utah.

No word if Sevier and his intended can find a baker for their wedding cake.

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