We have a home theater with a 6' x 8' projection screen, and we're throwing a Superbowl party this upcoming Sunday. Of all the things that would make me a criminal in today's society, this appears to be the most recent.
A former inmate is suing his former nurse for failing to properly treat a 55-hour-long kickstand, supposedly a side-effect of taking antidepressants. I assume 'proper treatment' was to include some form of non-mustachioed mouthification.
Friday, Jun 12th 2009 (7:16am) | Thanks: brady
State Senator Robert Ford is hoping to outlaw lewd language and is pushing for a bill that would prohibit profanity.
Under the pre-filed bill, profanity could land you in jail for up to 5 years and/or cost you up to $5,000 in fines.
What kind of dicklipped assbutt shitstain would even propose such a fuckwit bill? Hasn't he read the motherfucking constitution?
Monday, Jan 26th 2009 (4:16am)
Nebraska was the last state to pass a safe haven law - the law that allows for abandoning infants without question or penalty at safe places like hospitals and fire stations - and they didn't word it very well. The upshot is that any child can be surrendered without consequence, but the age range was never defined.
This has led to a rash of Nebraskans abandoning their punk teenage kids. Whoops.
Monday, Sep 29th 2008 (5:47am)
A Shreveport lawyer, up on charges for not filing federal income tax returns for 10 years, has been found not guilty by a jury because, as the 'kooks' have contended all along, they could find no law on the books requiring him to do so.
This is HUGE.
Friday, Jul 20th 2007 (7:31am)
"I respect the jury's verdict. But I have concluded that the prison sentence given to Mr. Libby is excessive. Therefore, I am commuting the portion of Mr. Libby's sentence that required him to spend thirty months in prison."
In a single move, the prez pulls all the teeth out of the judicial system. Good goin' George.
Give 'em a call and let the White House know what you think. 202-456-1414.
Tuesday, Jul 3rd 2007 (8:25am)
Rather than correct a blatant blurring of the church-state separation line, the supreme court has now ruled that the ordinary taxpayer cannot challenge a white house initiative to grant religious charities federal funds.
Tuesday, Jun 26th 2007 (7:50am)
Nothing! Player's off!
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