by Paula Neal Mooney
Here we go with another weird website that bills itself as "an introduction service assisting those following the Biblical tradition of arranging marriages for their daughters..."
First of all, it's not MarryMyDaughter.com -- that appears to just be a parked page.
But the web site in question wherein supposedly real parents ask people to "marry my / our daughter" looks like a crazy hoax scam designed to draw fake outrage.
The sign up page on MarryOurDaughter.com doesn't work, thankfully, so it screams scam.
Snopes is leaning towards calling the Marry Our Daughter site a big hoax.
Techies are busy digging up the WhoIs info to find out who registered the MarryOurDaughter.com domain name, and writing about who saw Google Adsense ads on the site at one time or another -- and wondering if the marry-off-your-daughter site is a sting operation.
I doubt that last idea.
The cops usually have (or are in need of) a lot more sophisticated technical ways to bring down pedophiles on the net.