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 single man. I have a contract to purchase a condo but the co-op board says it will refuse to sell it to me at any price. What is the problem?
Answer: Single men throw loud parties and smoke marijuana. You probably can't figure that out because you are so high at a party right now, pothead. (New York Law Journal, Disappointed Male Co-op Buyer's Suit for 'Sex-Plus' Bias Proceeds)
2) Question: I am in the middle of robbing a convenience store. Why are the clerk and the customers all laughing at me?
Answer: Look over your shoulder to make sure there is not a uniformed police officer standing right behind you. (Consumerist, Don't Rob A Convenience Store With A Cop Standing Right Behind You)
3) Question: I just took a tour of the John Marshall Law School campus and I think I want to apply there. Is there an app I can use on my iPhone to apply for admission to the school during my drive home? I'm pretty sure I will lose interest if I have to wait until I get home to get on a computer.
Answer: Yes, there's an app for that. (Above the Law, Law School Actively Encourages People To Apply Before They Go Home And Think)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 5, 2011 at 10:00 AM | Permalink
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