Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I am a 69-year-old woman, and I am admittedly a really bad driver. Like, possibly, historically bad. I've tried hundreds of times to get my license and failed every time. Are there any countries that would be more hospitable to my needs?
Answer: Have you thought about South Korea? Not only do they have special, pink-painted 2.5 meter extra-wide parking spots just for women (which couldn't hurt your efforts) but sometimes they'll give people up to 960 tries to pass the driving test. (AP, South Korean driver earns license on 960th try)
2) Question: I live in a condominium in a very peaceful, low-crime area. Why is this same police patrol car always parked here for hours at a time?
Answer: Does the mayor live in your condo, by any chance? (Cincinnati.com, Milford cop suspended for sex with mayor)
3) Question: I
know that receiving "Cash for Gold" is all the rage but I'm a contrarian. How can I quickly turn all of this cash burning a hole in my pocket into tiny gold bars?
Answer: You just need to hit up the new "Gold to Go" ATM. It fits your needs perfectly. (Consumerist, Gold-Dispensing ATM Converts Pesky Cash To 24K Bars)
Posted by Bruce Carton on May 17, 2010 at 03:36 PM | Permalink
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