Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
Facebook has declared me deceased. And yet here I am breathing and typing this question to you. How do I get my status back to "alive?"
Answer: Answer: You make a compelling case for being alive. But once Facebook declares you dead, you pretty much stay dead. (Consumerist, Once Facebook Thinks You're Dead, You're Dead Forever)
2) Question: Cocoa Pebbles is running an ad featuring a cartoon guy who looks just like me getting his ass kicked by Bam Bam, a prehistoric toddler. Do I have a case?
Answer: Hulk Hogan? Is that you? I thought that "Hulk Boulder" character looked like you, too! Go get 'em, brother! (Digital Journal, Hulk Hogan sues Post Cereal over Cocoa Pebbles commercial)
3) Question: Times are tough. Why should I keep paying my electric bill when I can easily just attach a cable to a meat hook, toss it onto an overhead power line, and then siphon power to my nearby home.
Answer: For starters, it is illegal and "it will kill you." (Reuters, Man steals electricity with meat hook) (via Legal Juice)
Posted by Bruce Carton on May 28, 2010 at 11:45 AM | Permalink
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