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'm a hunter seeking a challenge. This guy on the Internet says that for $10,000, I can hunt him for 24 hours. He claims to be "faster than a wild turkey, smart as any GODDAMN wild boar and willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for the monetary health of my family." Can I do this?
Answer: Whoa. No!! (HUNT ME 4 SPORT)
2) Question: I'm writing a restaurant review. One of the dishes I sampled was a bit too salty. What is the best way to express this without offending the owner?
Answer: Wait, did you only try one dish? If so, then labeling the food "too salty" could land you in jail for 30 days. (Jonathan Turley, Blogger Jailed For Calling Food At Taiwan Restaurant "Too Salty")
3) Question: We have a sting operation set up to catch a guy who we believe is "sexting" an underage girl. Why is the suspect arriving to meet the girl in a horse-drawn buggy?!
Answer: Sometimes Amish men get caught up in these sting operations, too. It happens. (CBS/WKRC, Amish sexting case catches Ind. man soliciting underage girl, cops say)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 27, 2011 at 12:11 PM | Permalink
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