Wednesday'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 burglar, but honestly I am running out of ideas for places to burgle and it is hurting my business. How do others in my profession deal with this problem?
Answer: Your peers are embracing social media and you are being left behind. Seventy-eight percent of burglars surveyed say that they use social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare to select properties, and 74 percent use Google Street View to plan home thefts. Are there any "black hat" social media consultants you can work with to raise your game? (All Twitter, 4 Out Of 5 Burglars Use Twitter And Facebook To Select Victims, Says Survey)
2) Question: My child's nursery school always has the kids draw their pictures on greyish paper. I can barely even see the drawings! What happened to using white paper?
Answer: White paper promotes racism. (The Telegraph, Dress witches in pink and avoid white paper to prevent racism in nuseries, expert says)
3) Question: I accepted $1,000 to kill a woman but, alas, I cannot, as I have fallen madly in love with the intended victim. What can I do?
Answer: The simple answer is to return the money and walk away from this bad idea. Another option is to pretend to kill the woman and take a fake death scene photo (see below) by covering her in ketchup and using the old "knife tucked in the armpit" trick. (Jonathan Turley, De Jesus Loves You: Hit Man Stages Killing After Falling In Love With Target)
Posted by Bruce Carton on September 28, 2011 at 11:58 AM | Permalink
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