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: My fiance has proposed that I sign a "Spencer Plan Agreement" before we get married? What is that?
Answer: Oh, that just means that you contractually agree to give your partner the full right and permission to spank you whenever they feel such discipline would be helpful. You will get ready for the punishment promptly when asked to do so, and you will ask for spankings when you feel you need them. (Associated Press, Va. businessman's spankings lead to charges)
2) Question: I smoke medical marijuana to deal with my arthritis. I'd also very much like to carry around a concealed weapon. Is that a problem?
Answer: Looks like no problem. (WSJ Law Blog, Oregon Woman Wins Quest To Pack Heat & Smoke Dope)
3) Question: I read your post about about men getting stuck with huge bar bills by the "B-Girls" down in Miami. Today I woke up in a Miami taxi with a massive headache, no memory of last night and a huge painting of a woman's head beside me. Could this be the same operation?
Answer: Sounds like it. Check your AmEx bill ASAP! (Deadspin, This Is The Story Of Two Elegant Latvian Women Roofying And Robbing A Weatherman In South Beach)
Posted by Bruce Carton on May 20, 2011 at 04:34 PM | Permalink
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