Indiana

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This gay couple really pulled one over on a pizzeria. Sort of.

Surely you remember Memories Pizza in Indiana. They were the company that said they would refuse service to any gay couple wanting the restaurant to cater their wedding.

It caused quite a stir. To the point where the pizzeria had to close under a wave of Yelp reviews and protests. Then, they received a healthy bout of funding from a supportive GoFundMe. It brought them almost $1 million, enough to open back up the restaurant and return to healthy, happy business.

Until now.

The description of the video says it all:

On Friday, September 25, 2015, GayCo Ensemble Member Robin Trevino drove to Walkerton, IN. GayCo's current production of 50 States of Gay celebrates the Supreme Court decision which made same-sex marriage the law of the land in the US by choosing a different state out of a hat each week. When Indiana was chosen, Robin decided to have a vow renewal/first legal ceremony in the state where he resides - Illinois. He drove to Walkerton; to Memories Pizza, where he purchased a couple pizzas, froze them in a cooler and brought them home. On Saturday, September 26, 2015 we was married to his husband before a legal officiant. After the ceremony, the happy couple (and their one year old daughter) served Memories Pizza to all their guests. Congrats to Memories Pizza for (unknowingly) catering your FIRST GAY WEDDING!



You know, it's not exactly catering it. But they seemed pleased with the ruse, and their marriage, so good for them.

Justin Bieber showed up to drum in
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Justin Bieber looks to be starting a new grass roots career in the Hoosier state.

He surprised damn near everyone Sept. 6, when he showed up in Angola, Indiana to drum with local band BONAFIDE. They were taking part in a cover showcase and we don't know how he got involved, but get involved he did.

Justin Bieber loves BONAFIDE

Posted by Bonafide on Saturday, September 5, 2015


Now, he's done something like this before. A few months ago, he randomly showed up on the Late Late Show with James Corden and drummed his little tattooed butt off.

Here's another video of it happening:

Time for round #2 at The Venue tonight. We're expecting another crazy packed house tonight so get their early. Music starts at 10:00 and we rock it until 2:00

Posted by Bonafide on Saturday, September 5, 2015



It seems like he's having a harder time following the beat in Indiana, but that could be for a wealth of reasons. The important thing was that it actually happened.





Here's all he had to say about the experience on Twitter:



He's obviously trying to do something with his public persona, but hey, if it's working for him.