Thursday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I would like to get the vanity license plate "TOILET" on my Maryland plates. Don't judge. Is that going to be a problem?
Answer: Sorry, but "TOILET" is on the list of banned plates in Maryland. However, if you feel strongly about it, you can demand a hearing on the issue. (Reuters, States carefully monitor motorists' license 2 B creative on personalized plates)
2) Question: My girlfriend asked me to get some PAM (the cooking spray, it turned out) to use as a sexual lubricant. In a miscommunication that I now deeply regret, I thought she was asking me about an old girlfriend of mine named Pam, and I quickly confessed to recently having sex with my old girlfriend Pam on a boat. This prompted my girlfriend to fly into a violent rage, and she punched me repeatedly and then threw an olive oil bottle, a keg cup and a flashlight at my head. Yes, I messed up badly here but she should face some charges, right?
Answer: For sure. Domestic battery. (The Huffington Post, Barbara Hall Had Cooking Spray Sex, Threw Bottle At Boyfriend, Florida Cops Say)
3) Question: I am trying to get a job at the TSA but I cannot pass the proficiency test. How much would I have to pay the training instructor to give me a passing grade?
Answer: Looks like $200. (The Consumerist, 7 TSA Agents Fired For Paying Bribes To Pass Proficiency Tests)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 21, 2012 at 11:00 AM | Permalink
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