Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I am interested in a career in law enforcement, specifically in being one of the extra "filler" guys in the police lineups. I'd like to do that on a regular basis. How is the pay?
Answer: $10 per appearance. Thank you for your service. (The New York Times, A Casting Director for Police Lineups) (via Simple Justice)
2) Question: I'm headed out to Occupy Wall Street and I'm thinking I might get arrested today. Is there an app for that?
Answer: Sure, the new "I'm Getting Arrested" app for Android allows users to notify a pre-programmed group of people when you are getting arrested. (NetNet, Arrested at Occupy Wall Street? There's an App for That)
3) Question: I drive down this street in Highland Park, Mich., at night all the time but I don't remember it ever being this dark. Is there a lunar eclipse tonight or something?
Answer: No, sometimes when a city does not pay its electric bill the power company will send a repo man to remove the lightbulbs in 1,400 streetlights. (Consumerist, Electric Company Repossesses Michigan City's Street Lights)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 17, 2011 at 04:08 PM | Permalink
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