Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: My wife and I have had a few drinks and she wants me to take one of those "ex-lovers" quizzes in Cosmopolitan magazine. Should I do it?
Answer: No way! You could get stabbed doing that. (Arizona Family, PD: Mesa woman stabs husband during argument over Cosmo quiz)
2) Question: I'm too darn lazy to mow my lawn. I don't care what the neighbors say -- it is my house! What are they going to do, take me to court?
Answer: Probably not, but you could get a $1,000 fine from the city. (Consumerist, Residents Of NY Town Face $1,000 Fines If They Fail To Mow Lawns)
3) Question: I entered my son's room this morning and found roughly a half-million toothpicks. Is this a prank of some kind?
Answer: Possibly, but be aware that the theft of 400,000 toothpicks is now being investigated in Athens, Ga. Those toothpicks could be evidence. (Online Athens, Athens-Clarke police investigating toothpick heist)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 13, 2012 at 02:34 PM | Permalink
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