The Day's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: What the heck? My baby is 9 months old and he can't read a doggone thing. Wasn't the "Your Baby Can Read" program supposed to solve this problem?
Answer: Some of your fellow non-believers have filed a class action lawsuit alleging that the television and radio advertisements for "YBCR" claims are false and misleading, so maybe you should check that out. (Abnormal Use, Recent Complaints Allege that "Your Baby Can Read" Products Do Not, in Fact, Teach Your Baby to Read
2) Question: I'm no detective, but I'm pretty sure I see a guy trying to steal 26 gallons of milk in the Wal-Mart. Is it relevant that he is wearing a cow suit while trying to pull off this heist?
Answer: I think not. There appears to be no exception for cows when it comes to stealing milk. (Consumerist, Man In Cow Suit Steals 26 Gallons Of Milk From Walmart)
3) Question: The court wants me to be on the jury in a high-profile criminal case, but I have Oprah tickets during the trial! No judge would make me miss that, right?
Answer: Correct. After all, it is the last season of Oprah -- the court can work around the taping of the show. (CBS, Potential Blagojevich juror uses Oprah tickets as excuse)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 29, 2011 at 03:13 PM | Permalink
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