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Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions

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

1) Question: I'm about to finalize the sale of my virginity for $32,000 via online auction. Are there any legal issues I should keep in mind?

Answer: Lots of them. Maybe start with whether prostitution is legal in your country. (CBS News, New Zealand Teen Auctions Virginity Online).

Meteor 2) Question: I'm a family practitioner in Virginia. A tennis ball-sized meteor just fell from space, crashed through the ceiling of my examination room, and landed right next to the spot where I had been sitting a few minutes ago. I can keep it, right?

Answer: Not so fast. Your landlord may have a claim, as well. (AP, Space Rock Worth Thousands Stirs Ownership Debate)

3) Question: I expressly refused to promise to be "faithful" in my wedding vows, and insisted that the clause be removed from the ceremony. I can now "hike the Appalachian trail" with impunity, right?

Answer: You may have broken new ground here. Further research is required. For the moment, you have stumped the blawgosphere. (ABC News, Jenny Sanford Exclusive: Husband Refused to be Faithful in Wedding Vows)

Posted by Bruce Carton on February 3, 2010 at 03:20 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)


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