Thursday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three
burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the
1) Question: My girlfriend won't have sex with me until we're married, but I'm not ready to take the plunge just yet. Any ideas?
Answer: Have you thought about pretending to get married by having a fake official perform the ceremony? That might be a work-around for you (and it is less risky than having a robot perform the ceremony). (Legal Juice, How Low Can A Man Go In His Quest For Sex?)
2) Question: I'm a cop working on a speed trap, but sometimes I forget to turn the radar gun on. Still, these cars look like they are going really fast -- why should I need a stinkin' radar gun reading when I have my own eyes -- my personal opinion on a car's speed is good enough to issue a ticket, right? Did I mention that I used to be a successful weight guesser at the fair?
Answer: Are you in Ohio? If so then former weight guesser or not, if you think they were speeding then they were speeding! (WLWT, Court: Officer's Speed Estimate Enough For Ticket)
3) Question: It's bad enough that I got arrested for bank robbery, but what gives the FBI the right to nickname me the "Super Freak Bandit?" That just isn't right. I'm rocking way more of a James Brown look.
Answer: If you wear a wig "similar to the long, tamed Jheri curl-type locks of [Rick] James" to rob five banks, then you assume the risk of being called the Super Freak Bandit. Everyone knows that. (5280 Magazine, FBI Nabs ‘Super Freak’ Bandit) (via Lowering the Bar)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 10, 2010 at 03:11 PM | Permalink
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