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Old March 5th, 2016, 02:01 AM   #1
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Different legal and strange questions...at your convenience.

This is a ramble, but hopefully a fun ramble


If you are a convenience store clerk and are one day robbed with someone with a deadly weapon. You turn over the cash quickly. On leaving the store to getaway, it is legal to shoot the person? Since the person is no longer a threat, but would be a threat because the guy can come back to kill you.

If you see a cop and a civilian scuffling on the ground because the perp is trying to resist arrest, can I jump in and help the cop and help the cop kick the guy's ass, or would I be charged with assault. Some people are just violent and seeing this would be like a free lunch, without having to pay for the felony.

In the four states where marijuana is legal for adults over 21, are there weed friendly hotels and lodges, where people can hang out and smoke weed all day? Are there any weed bars? Technically, that would be indoors.

If inside public consumption is allowed, how do people, whose jobs require random drug testing, to be able to stay clear of places like this? Then again, could these people be safe not to attend a Grateful Dead concert.

Are people going to one of the four states that recreational marijuana is legal to be smuggling the product back to state borders where marijuana is not legal. Seems that the Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah and Idaho cops would be following a lot of people with Colorado plates. My community about 20 years ago (and they still might be doing this) under a Sheriff to stop cars with Texas plates to see if they are carrying drugs.

Not being funny, but can one mail their defecation legally? Can I do this anonymously? Like I am a fan of the LA Lakers and wanted to send the CEO a gift he will not forget.

Can I have a video of myself peeing on Facebook? Have the music be "Singing in the Rain". If I have a video of myself peeing outdoors, can I be complicit in a crime? Are public urinators at risk to be labeled a sex offender because someone thought it was exposure? What about mooning someone? If I mooned someone while peeing publically, would that be two sex offense? This should have been a Seinfeld episode.

I could not get an answer for this on Sitcoms Online - Sitcom news, message boards, photos, links, theme songs, and more! but I was wondering if someone ever made that coffee table book about coffee tables, which includes the four legs to stand the book like a coffee table. If I decided to make that leap and make that book, would the owners of the Seinfeld show sue me? I would even invite Michael Richards to do a Foreward and if endorses my product will give him some of the proceeds.

A 15 year old takes a naked picture to her boyfriend, and the boyfriend returns a naked picture. The naked pictures get discovered and the teens are finally convicted of being a victim of child pornography and convicted of distributing child pornography. Yes, this has actually happened. Kids in the 1970's and 1980's had sex, now it is a Federal Crime!

Lastly, in the 1970's Kool and the Gang hit "Get Down On It", what is it that they want us to get down on? On Meatloaf's "I will do anything for Love" he sings that he will do anything for love, but he wont do that..... Well what? Kill your wife? Do pornography? Snort heroin? Have kids?
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Too many questions. The first couple of things I can only answer for Canadian law. In both the case of the store clerk and the bystander helping the cop, you would be found guilty of a crime, but based on the circumstances, the sentence might range from hard time to a suspended sentence with no record.
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This is a ramble, but hopefully a fun ramble


If you are a convenience store clerk and are one day robbed with someone with a deadly weapon. You turn over the cash quickly. On leaving the store to getaway, it is legal to shoot the person? Since the person is no longer a threat, but would be a threat because the guy can come back to kill you.

Nope, even in the most gun friendly states, you have to be in imminent danger. My gun permit class made it very clear, you can NOT shoot em in the ass while they are running away !!

If you see a cop and a civilian scuffling on the ground because the perp is trying to resist arrest, can I jump in and help the cop and help the cop kick the guy's ass, or would I be charged with assault. Some people are just violent and seeing this would be like a free lunch, without having to pay for the felony.

If you help the cop restrain the other guy, I'd think no problem. Bust his skull with that beer your holding, you're probably going to jail. Unless the bad guy had a gun and the cop was about to be shot.

In the four states where marijuana is legal for adults over 21, are there weed friendly hotels and lodges, where people can hang out and smoke weed all day? Are there any weed bars? Technically, that would be indoors.

Dunno, I'm sure someone will come up with a few ideas. What'll stop some are the no smoking in public places laws most states have these days.

If inside public consumption is allowed, how do people, whose jobs require random drug testing, to be able to stay clear of places like this? Then again, could these people be safe not to attend a Grateful Dead concert.

I think that's going to be largely up to the companies. I think may will have to reassess their policies depending on the states they operate in.

Are people going to one of the four states that recreational marijuana is legal to be smuggling the product back to state borders where marijuana is not legal. Seems that the Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah and Idaho cops would be following a lot of people with Colorado plates. My community about 20 years ago (and they still might be doing this) under a Sheriff to stop cars with Texas plates to see if they are carrying drugs.

Some of those states are actually suing Colorado over that very issue. For years if you were driving any sort of truck, van, suv or motorhome, and had either Texas or Florida plates, you WERE getting stopped.

Not being funny, but can one mail their defecation legally? Can I do this anonymously? Like I am a fan of the LA Lakers and wanted to send the CEO a gift he will not forget.

With AIDS and other diseases that are both difficult to cure and infectious, sending someone any bodily fluids can be seen as attempted assault.

Can I have a video of myself peeing on Facebook? Have the music be "Singing in the Rain". If I have a video of myself peeing outdoors, can I be complicit in a crime? Are public urinators at risk to be labeled a sex offender because someone thought it was exposure? What about mooning someone? If I mooned someone while peeing publically, would that be two sex offense? This should have been a Seinfeld episode.

The short answer is, in today's world, being convicted of ANY exposure will likely land you on the sex offenders registry. And yes posting your illegal activities online for the world to see is as good as a confession to the police.

I could not get an answer for this on Sitcoms Online - Sitcom news, message boards, photos, links, theme songs, and more! but I was wondering if someone ever made that coffee table book about coffee tables, which includes the four legs to stand the book like a coffee table. If I decided to make that leap and make that book, would the owners of the Seinfeld show sue me? I would even invite Michael Richards to do a Foreward and if endorses my product will give him some of the proceeds.

A 15 year old takes a naked picture to her boyfriend, and the boyfriend returns a naked picture. The naked pictures get discovered and the teens are finally convicted of being a victim of child pornography and convicted of distributing child pornography. Yes, this has actually happened. Kids in the 1970's and 1980's had sex, now it is a Federal Crime!

Yup, they can both be charged and wind up on the sex offenders list.

Lastly, in the 1970's Kool and the Gang hit "Get Down On It", what is it that they want us to get down on? On Meatloaf's "I will do anything for Love" he sings that he will do anything for love, but he wont do that..... Well what? Kill your wife? Do pornography? Snort heroin? Have kids?


There is a new 'that' in every verse, he says I would never lie to you, I won't forgive myself if we don't go all the way, Tonight; I'll never stop dreaming of you every night of my life; I'll never do it better than I do it with you; and when she says the he'll be screwing around sooner or later, that is the 'that' for the last verse.
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