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8 other things Gov. Gary Herbert is "disappointed" about besides the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling

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8. The disappearance of the Saturday-morning cartoon block.

7. Mr. Mac's insistence that Herbert is no longer eligible for the "Missionary Package" discount.

6. Also, that the term "Missionary Package" now sounds like a gay thing.

5. The back-to-back cancellations of the Nickelback tour and the Hello Kitty festival.

4. Super Big Gulps are now 40 ounces, not 44: "What's 'Super' about that?!"

3. The Mitt Romney meme "Why don't poor people just buy more money?" wasn't real; plausible.

2. Just narrowly missing his dream of living out the classic Pauly Shore movie Jury Duty.

1. Acme Toupee Co. no longer makes his favorite model, "The Rugged Gentleman."

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