You can meet somewhere for a rap battle, I guess, but don’t bring guns.
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As I wrote last year (here, and here), since 1849 the Kentucky Constitution has required anyone holding any "office of honor or profit" to swear that they have never fought or otherwise participated in a duel. This provision was added…
I wrote recently about a Kentucky law that required all "first responders" to take an oath swearing that they had never fought in a duel, causing me to wonder whether there had been a problem with first responders showing up…
Originally, this post was about a debate over a Kentucky law that requires the state Office of Homeland Security to give God credit for being a vital member of its staff. Section 39G.010(2)(a) of the Kentucky Statutes requires the office's executive director…
Uri Geller’s also trying to bend the law with this one.
Probably not. At least not yet.
And whatever it is he did.
Technically, it is just decriminalizing the offense of pretending to practice witchcraft, but that would have been a crappy headline.
Well, it’s legal now, at least, although to be honest it’s not the most danceable tune ever written.
He’d have better luck with this if he lived in Westeros instead of Staten Island.