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 just opened a condolence card from my husband's employer expressing sorrow for the death of his wife. But I'm his wife and I am alive. Can you help clarify this situation?
Answer: Sometimes husbands pretend that their wife has cancer and receive paid time off and cash gifts (and condolence cards) from their employers. It happens. (Union Leader, Police: Greenville man used fake cancer story) (via Jonathan Turley)
2) Question: I am a female deer. My buck husband and I have been trying to have a baby deer for some time now with no success. Any suggestions?
Answer: Are you in Maryland? Do you recall ever having been shot with a tranquilizer gun, briefly captured, and then returned to the wild? If so, you may have been one of the first "beneficiaries" of a state program providing deer with birth control injections. Don't worry, it will wear off after one year! (Consumerist, You Get Free Birth Control In Maryland If You Happen To Be A Deer)
3) Question: I am trying to purchase my medical marijuana at the pharmacy but my American Express card keeps getting declined. My AmEx account is in good standing--what is the problem?
Answer: Sorry, marijuana can only be purchased with Visa or the Discover Card. (SmartMoney, As Delaware Legalizes Medical Marijuana, Amex Just Says No)
Posted by Bruce Carton on May 17, 2011 at 04:32 PM | Permalink
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