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: I realllllly need to use the bathroom before this flight lands. What is wrong with this airplane's bathroom door? Am I going to need to bash through it with my shoulder to get it to open? And why are all these people screaming at me in a foreign language?
Answer: Stop what you are doing immediately and make sure that is the door to the bathroom, not the cockpit. (AP, Air marshal: Suspect tried to open cockpit door)
2) Question: I'm a new attorney. The judge just compared my client's discovery responses to “a standup comic who delivers the punch-lines of his jokes first” and “a plane with landing gear that deploys just after touchdown.” That's good, right?
Answer: Sorry, not good. Nor is "a discovery abuse so extreme as to be literally unheard of in this Court." (The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times, Judge Accuses D.C. of Discovery Violation 'So Extreme As To Be Literally Unheard Of')
3) Question: This is an outrage! The county allowed a road in my neighborhhod to be called Sex Change Street! How am I supposed to drive down this street with my children!?! To whom do I address my strongly worded letter complaining about this?
Answer: Is that you, Sean Connery? Calm down and look closer, sir. Could the road possibly be called South Exchange Street ("S. Exchange Street")? (FAIL Blog, Street Name FAIL)
Posted by Bruce Carton on May 10, 2011 at 04:18 PM | Permalink
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