Tuesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
I am a government official and I have to attend a committee meeting in a minute. On the other hand, my pretend cows on the online game Farmville require milking RIGHT NOW! Do you think I can multi-task here?
Answer: Milk those pixelated cows at your own risk, sir. Many governments frown on this, and you may end up unemployed. (BBC News, Down on the Farmville) (via Jonathan Turley)
2) Question: I am about to install a TV antenna. A few quick questions: Should I do so drunk, pregnant or both? Should I try to eat the antenna? Should I throw the antenna at my spouse?
Answer: No, no and no. Read the instructions! (Consumerist, These Antenna Installation Instructions Are Surprisingly Specific)
3) Question: Why is there aquarium sand in my Jell-O box instead of pudding mix?
Answer: We are sorry to report that your pudding appears to be collateral damage in arguably the weakest and least lucrative fraud effort in U.S. history. (CBS News, Cops Say Couple Tampered With Pudding Mix for Refunds)
Posted by Bruce Carton on March 30, 2010 at 04:45 PM | Permalink
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