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Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blawgosphere.
1) Question: I see "state birds" and "state flowers" around the country. Maryland even has a "state sport" of jousting, for crying out loud. Why don't any states have a state microbe?Answer: Not so fast. Check out Assembly Bill 556 in Wisconsin. (Lowering the Bar: Bill Would Designate Bacterium as Wisconsin's Official State Microbe)
2) Question: I'm 7 months old. I can't talk, can't sit up by myself, and have no teeth. Is there any chance I can pass for a two-year-old somewhere?
Answer: Try Southwest Airlines, where admittedly "not all of [their] Employees are parents and some find it more difficult to determine if the child is more than or less than two years old." (Consumerist.com: Southwest: Here's $150, Forgive Us For Suspecting Your Baby Was 2)3) Question:
I'm an Italian art student visiting London. There are so many amazing tourist sites here, so glad I brought my camera! Do you have any advice on what I should check out?
Answer: No, other than to say you might want to keep that lens cap on. Sometimes when you film the "iconic" landmarks in London they toss you in prison for being a terrorist. (The Guardian: Italian student tells of arrest while filming for fun.)
Posted by Bruce Carton on December 21, 2009 at 01:49 PM | Permalink
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