Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
I'm trying to save up to get a new baseball bat and a Lebron James jersey. Any ideas on how I can make some money quickly, maybe in the $10/hour range?
Answer: Let's see. Lifeguard... Cashier... Oh, almost forgot -- lawyer! (Temporary Attorney: The Sweatshop Edition, Chicago to $10 an Hour!)
I'm a flight attendant. This passenger on my flight insists that I check his scrotum to determine why he is spotting blood. Umm, no thanks! Do I have to do this?
Answer: You won't get sacked, but you might get sued if you don't. Thankfully, you won't need your coin purse. You'll probably win in the end. (Consumerist, Man Sues Airline For Not Looking At His Scrotum)
3) Question: I was convicted of shooting my neighbor's dog with a bow and arrow. I've been sentenced to four weekends in jail but I haven't played my trump card yet: My girlfriend and I have Hank Williams Jr. tickets for one of the weekends. That will work, right?
Answer: Hank WIlliams Jr. tickets? Why didn't you just say so right away? Is that even a question? It's Hank Williams Jr.!!! (Charleston Daily Mail, Teen Who Shot Dog to Attend Concert)
Posted by Bruce Carton on March 12, 2010 at 03:39 PM | Permalink
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