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Tuesday's Three Burning Legal Questions

Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blawgosphere.

1) Question: My church likes to go to the funerals of gay people to hold up protest signs against homosexuality. Lately, however, we have been met at our protests by people holding up signs making fun of our signs. Can they do that?

Answer: Looks that way, doesn't it? (Laughing Squid, San Francisco's Answer to Westboro Baptist Church)

Signs

2) Question: We're trying to create a new Web site banner for our law firm, but all we have for the "art" is a $100 bill, a $1 bill, some multivitamins, a handful of opioids and a pack of sugar. Should we just give up on this for now?

Answer: Heck no. You're all set! (Cracked, The 5 Creepiest Defense Attorney Websites)

3) Question: I've been fighting for 10 years to have the phone company send me 25 cents that it owes me. Are there any consumer watchdog groups that might be able to help me with something like this?

Answer: Try ABC's "7 On Your Side" in San Francisco. They seem to have plenty of time on their hands to pursue dimes and nickels. (WKGO-ABC, Relentless woman fights for 14 cents owed)

Posted by Bruce Carton on February 2, 2010 at 03:29 PM | Permalink | Comments (4)

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