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'm a large African-American man. My boss keeps taunting me by humming the "Fat Albert" theme song and saying stuff like, "Hey, hey, hey! It's Fat Albert!" I'm about to own this whole company, aren't I, after I file my federal lawsuit?
Answer: Possibly, although there are some people who have been called the "pre-op Al Roker" all their lives who you won't want on your jury. (New York Post, Obese lawyer sues supervisor and AIG for 'Fat Albert' insults)
2) Question: I just won the crown of Miss Dominican Republic. W00t!! Can my husband come on stage and celebrate with me?
Answer: No, no, no, you are going to need to keep the whole "having a husband" thing on the down-low if you want to keep your crown. Miss D.R. is for single ladies only! (TMZ, Miss Dominican Republic Dethroned Over Secret Marriage)
3) Question: I just found out that my county government is going to be honoring nine "notable" trees and their caretakers at today's board meeting. Can I have my tax dollars back, please?
Answer: No, Grinch, the tree-honoring will go forth, and there will be no tax refund for you. You need to get on board with the notable tree concept. (Arlington, Virginia Press Release, Arlington County Honors Nine 2012 Notable Trees)
Posted by Bruce Carton on April 30, 2012 at 11:00 AM | Permalink
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