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#11 Riddikulus

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Posted 22 September 2016 - 12:55 AM

Weird sex laws:

 

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With todays spy tech it should be easy for Georgian Cops to bust all those unmarried couples fucking in their homes. Just jack in to their smart TVs and Iphones...

 

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#12 Ghost in the Machine

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Posted 24 September 2016 - 03:15 AM

So many laws, codes, and regulation on the books. It does give the police much more power. My own concern regarding stupid laws are the ones pertaining to confiscation of property. I myself like to earn money by asking people around my neighborhood to mow lawns for extra cash in my pocket. I've got a little mower and blower and I cart it around on a wagon behind my bicycle. Well, one day I got stopped by a cop just as I was about to start cutting a lawn. The bastard took all my stuff because I don't have a license. Gave me all kinds of shit with his uppity attitude of superiority. It was creepy how much he enjoyed himself while destroying a part of my living.

 

Fuck you PIG! FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Posted 24 September 2016 - 03:25 AM

So many laws, codes, and regulation on the books. It does give the police much more power. My own concern regarding stupid laws are the ones pertaining to confiscation of property. I myself like to earn money by asking people around my neighborhood to mow lawns for extra cash in my pocket. I've got a little mower and blower and I cart it around on a wagon behind my bicycle. Well, one day I got stopped by a cop just as I was about to start cutting a lawn. The bastard took all my stuff because I don't have a license. Gave me all kinds of shit with his uppity attitude of superiority. It was creepy how much he enjoyed himself while destroying a part of my living.

 

Fuck you PIG! FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

You sound a bit angry there Ghost. I understand that anger. Confiscation of property is justified according to the law. It goes way back...

I think it was one of the main reasons behind the American Revolution. Check out some of the stupid laws enacted before the whole thing began:

http://forum.chicken...ine-in-the-ass/

More about it on this thread here:

http://forum.chicken...c-magnificence/
 


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#14 Ghost in the Machine

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Posted 24 September 2016 - 03:51 AM

You sound a bit angry there Ghost. I understand that anger. Confiscation of property is justified according to the law. It goes way back...

I think it was one of the main reasons behind the American Revolution. Check out some of the stupid laws enacted before the whole thing began:

http://forum.chicken...ine-in-the-ass/

More about it on this thread here:

http://forum.chicken...c-magnificence/
 

 

Yes Ludikrus it does make me angry. I've saw the blog and you're right. This kind of shit has been going on far too long in all societies. When I manage to calm myself I can see that. Thanks for your understanding.


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Posted 24 September 2016 - 04:20 AM

Yes Ludikrus it does make me angry. I've saw the blog and you're right. This kind of shit has been going on far too long in all societies. When I manage to calm myself I can see that. Thanks for your understanding.

 

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Posted 06 October 2016 - 03:38 AM

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Posted 18 January 2017 - 04:21 PM

Get ready to laugh, gawk and master your side-eye while clicking through the most absurd laws and bans in these great United States.
 
 

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Posted 14 May 2017 - 08:24 PM

800 years ago the Magna Carta enshrined the principles of common law, and since then, thousands of laws have been passed for the greater good.
 
But some, which may have been brought in for a really good reason, seem totally bonkers these days. It is understandable that being drunk and disorderly should be an offence, but being penalised for purely being drunk in a pub seems harsh.
 
WHAT ACTS ARE STILL ILLEGAL IN BRITAIN?
 
Carrying a plank along a pavement
Flying a kite or sliding on ice or snow whilst in the street
Entering the Houses of Parliament in a suit of armour
Dying in the Houses of Parliament 
Keeping a pigsty in front of your house - unless duly hidden
Erecting a washing line across any street
Beating or shaking any carpet or rug in any street. However, beating or shaking a doormat is allowed before 8am
In London, riding the bus (knowingly) with the Plague
Handling a salmon in suspicious circumstances
Being intoxicated and in charge of a horse or cow
Wilfully and wantonly disturbing people by ringing their doorbells or knocking at their doors 
Firing a cannon within 300 yards of a dwelling house
Jumping the queue in the Tube ticket hall
Gambling in a library 
Removing a dead whale found on the British coast - since it automatically becomes the property of the ruling monarch
For a pub landlord, allowing drunkenness in their pub
In Scotland, turning someone away if they knock on your door and require the use of your loo
Allowing your pet copulate with any pet from the Royal House 
Importing into England potatoes which you suspect to be Polish
As of 1998, causing a nuclear explosion
 
 

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Posted 11 July 2017 - 10:08 AM

Watch for the bullshit!

 

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You need a hunting license to set a mouse trap in California

As ludicrous as this law may seem, some believe that a hunting license is needed to “trap” mice in California. Such a law would of course be virtually unenforceable, and in this case, is complete falsehood. There is no law in California that would regulate the setting of mouse traps to only hunters, and in fact, the California Health and Safety Code encourages both residents and business owners to eradicate mice or rats wherever they find them.

 

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Posted 23 July 2017 - 02:00 PM

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You know it’s not acceptable to drop your trousers in public. You know not to send ladies unsolicited pictures of your package. And you know all about nude beach etiquette and how the lights have to be off during sex in Hungary.
 
But did you know that in Singapore you can't be naked in your own home?!?! Or that until the early 19th century, the country was (possibly) governed by Nevernudes? You didn't, did you? Yea, turns out there are still a lot of weird nudity laws like Singapore's on the books, both in the US and around the world. 
 
 

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