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Never underestimate the power of a Supreme Court justice to predict the future of marriage.

Back in 2013, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made news by being the first justice to officiate a same-sex marriage.

Never underestimate the power of a Supreme Court justice to predict the future of marriage.

Now that 37 states allow LGBT people to marry, the big question is when it will become legal nationwide.

As the Supreme Court gears up to rule on the issue this summer, it's clear where Justice Ginsburg (aka "The Notorious R.B.G.") stands.

When Bloomberg hosts asked her if there are parts of the country that would have problems with legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, the outspoken 81-year-old replied:


Well, all right then. Speak on it, Notorious R.G.B. To hear all of her thoughts on why marriage equality will be accepted, check this out:

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Ready for the weekend? Of course, you are. Here's our weekly dose of good vibes to help you shed the stresses of the workweek and put yourself in a great frame of mind.

These 10 stories made us happy this week because they feature amazing creativity, generosity, and one super-cute fish.

1. Diver befriends a fish with the cutest smile

Hawaiian underwater photographer Yuki Nakano befriended a friendly porcupine fish and now they hang out regularly.

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