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'd like to join my middle school's scrapbook club. Do I just go sign up?
Answer: Not so fast. First you will need to submit a urine sample and pass a drug test. (Reason, Middle Schooler Forced to Take Drug Test to Join Scrapbooking Club)
2) Question: I won a roach-eating contest. Hurray! What is my prize?
Answer: You may have won an $850 python, if you survive. (CNN, Florida man dies after winning roach-eating contest)
3) Question: The Fourth of July is just nine months away! Every year we stake out our place in the Canonsburg, Penn., parade route by placing some chairs on the route a couple weeks early and tying them to trees or telephone poles. But everyone is catching on to that tactic now, so should we just tie up a few chairs now and beat the June rush?
Answer: No, the Canonsburg city council is also on to your tactics and is taking a stand against early-bird place-savers. The council recently passed a regulation that chairs may only be set out beginning 48 hours prior to the parade date. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Canonsburg chairs can hold spots 2 days before parade)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 10, 2012 at 04:08 PM | Permalink
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