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Date Posted: Thursday, January 12, 07:16:52am
Author: JayBee
Subject: Re: And another teensy one
In reply to: Diane 's message, "And another teensy one" on Wednesday, January 11, 09:55:01pm

Could Birkoff have married? He was the only one of the six who, presumably, was never declared legally dead, yet I imagine his birth was never legally registered, either. Can someone who doesn't legally exist be legally married?

Legally? No.

Could that person go through some sort of ceremony to make a kind of formal commitment to a relationship, which might be the emotional equivalent of marriage? Sure. I figure that's what Michael's "marriage" to Simone and Madeline's "marriage" to Charles really were (and Walter's marriage, too).

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