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'm president of the local police union. Our guys have come up with a t-shirt that we can sell to raise money that says, "U Raise 'Em, We Cage 'Em." Hilarious! How many do you think we should order?
Answer: If you are smart, zero. (Sacramento Bee, Twin Rivers Police Association stops sales of controversial T-shirts)
2) Question: I do not have the money to pay the airline's checked-bag fee for my flight home. Long story short, I have now been stuck living in the corridors of the San Francisco airport for 8 days. How can I ever get out of here?
Answer: Try visiting the Airport Church of Christ at the San Francisco airport. The congregation there may be able to donate some money to cover those fees. (Consumerist, Passenger Lives In Airport For 8 Days Instead Of Paying Bag Fees)
3) Question: Our museum has been entrusted with a masterpiece by the late artist Martin Kippenberger. It is his work titled "When It Starts Dripping From the Ceiling," in which he created a "tower of wooden slats under which a rubber trough was placed with a thin beige layer of paint representing dried rain water." Are there any special security measures we should take?
Answer: Make sure someone explains to the cleaning crew that the thin beige layer of paint representing dried rain water is not an actual stain and is not to be scrubbed clean. (AFP, $1.1M German museum piece falls victim to cleaning lady)
Posted by Bruce Carton on November 4, 2011 at 03:48 PM | Permalink
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