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- Posted on May 7th 2008 12:00PM by James Sullivan
On a whim, they stopped in to get a marriage license. "They said, 'Are you two related?' and we said, 'Not that we know of,'" Anderson recounted. "We paid ten bucks and that's it -- we're married."
Aawwww. Lou has always seemed like a big ol' softie, hasn't he?
Presiding over the "ceremony" in a mutual friend's backyard was the honorable Nick Forster, co-host of the nationally syndicated NPR program etown and member of the long-running bluegrass band Hot Rize. Forster tells the Rocky Mountain News that he was ordained as a minister in the Universal Life Church almost as a joke, online.
He and his wife and etown co-host, Helen Forster, recently bought an old church and set about converting it into the show's new home. But when zoning became an issue, Forster tried to appease the planning board by retaining the building's status as a church. The board told him not to bother, but the ordainment did allow him to read the happy couple their vows.
"The reality is they've been together 16 years," said Forster. In that case, ten bucks sounds about right.
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