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Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions

Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.

1) Question: I brought some illegal pills into my school, but I'm not really worried about being caught because I can always just jam the pills into my bra to hide them. Ha, what now, suckers?? Now who is the smart one?

Answer: Not you, because you are apparently overlooking the school investigative technique called the "bra-lift." That could do you in. (Bad Lawyer, "Bra-Lift" Searches of Female Students, Unconstitutionally Intrusive)

2) Question: Sure, my son and I have been feuding for a while, but why does he keep telephoning me all of a sudden to find out if I am home? And what is all of that noise in the background?

Answer: RUN!! Sometimes sons who are feuding with their moms will call mom from the cockpit of a plane as they are preparing a kamikaze plane strike on their mom's house. (CBSNews.com, Man tries to kill mom with kamikaze flight into house)

3) Question: I'm being told that unless I pay $349, pornographers will be allowed to register my brand's domain name on the new ".xxx" top-level domain service. Is this a protection racket? 

Answer: A protection racket? How about we just call it "Sunrise B." (Slaw, XXX Protection Racket?)

Posted by Bruce Carton on July 22, 2011 at 10:00 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)

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