If you've ever dreamed of saying the words "By the power vested in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife (or husband and husband, or wife and wife)!" or wanted to have your wedding ceremony performed by someone who is not a complete stranger, then consider getting ordained over the Internet. It takes about five minutes, is generally free, and in return you can legally perform wedding ceremonies and be called Minister.
A well-known and popular way to be ordained online is through the Universal Life Church. Nondenominational and nondogmatic, they charge no fee for online ordination, just submit your application and they get back to you within 24 hours. They also have a list of state-by-state legal considerations to check out.
Once you're ordained, don't go crazy with the baptisms, OK?