Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1. Question: You are always talking about things you can't do on a plane. How about some things you can do? For example, can I wear 70 items of clothing on board a flight to avoid paying a baggage fee?
Answer: Yes! (Digital Spy, Man wears 70 items of clothing at airport to avoid baggage charge)
2. Question: I took an empty shopping cart at the grocery store that turned out to belong to another shopper. The other shopper became enraged and took it back from me, so I grabbed a different cart and tried to enter the store. But the other shopper then ran me down, pushed the shopping cart into my back, and jumped on my back and punched me in the face. I say this was unjustified -- correct?
Answer: Definitely correct. That sounds like harassment and disorderly conduct. (Herald-Standard, Woman cited in shopping cart dispute)
3. Question: I am getting divorced and my wife and I need to divide up our assets. Is there an app for that?
Answer: Of course. iSplit Divorce lets you split up your marital assets/debts by using the "drag and drop" feature of Apple's Mobile platform. Just move the asset icons around and the program automatically re-calculates the value for you after each allocation. (idealawg, iSplit: Dividing marital assets on your iPad using an app based on Maria Montessori's ideas)
Posted by Bruce Carton on December 19, 2012 at 04:16 PM | Permalink
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