Friday Follies 3.12

A group of children were fined $500 by county authorities in Bethesda, Md., for operating a lemonade stand without a permit next to Congressional Country Club, the site of this week’s U.S. Open golf tournament. (via)

Missouri lawyer claims opponent’s use/misuse of possessives, among other things, means “there is no way on God’s earth that the defendant can reasonably be expected to answer this diatribe.”

An arrest warrant has been issued for a college professor who was reportedly captured on video urinating on the door of a colleague in the math department.

No one should be surprised someone here can be arrested for DUI on a lawnmower. After all, our statutes define vehicle to include “bicycles and ridden animals.”

NY Strip Club’s Lap Dances Are Not Tax Exempt Or, put another way, Is pole dancing art?

Whoops! Plaintiff Hired Lawyer First, Then Bought Product (via)

Frankly, the undersigned would guess the lawyers in this case did not attend kindergarten as they never learned how to get along well with others.

U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks, Klein-Becker, LLC v. Stanley (W.D. Tex., 2004).

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