Friday, March 20, 2009

Hmmm...what's going on here?

New Jersey is looking to ban bare-it-all bikini waxing. The bill was proposed after a woman suffered injuries and filled suit. On Friday there was a desision to reverse the proposal after angry salon owners complained about losing business at the begining of swimsuit season.

Governor David Paterson of New York proposed a new four percent tax on downloads. This would cover everything from music, software, books and even pornography.

South Carolina, Sheriff Leon Lott of Columbia had officers stopping and questioning USC college students about the Michael Phelps bong incident. Yes, I understand that he broke the law but during that week when officers were preoccupied with these needless interogations, a 62yr old woman was beaten to death and robbed, several cars were broken into (do you know what it costs to replace a winow) a woman was shot and killed at an atm, 3 other ATM's were robbed, ect. ect. ect. its a question of priorities and what law enforcement should be enforcing.

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Again what is law enforcement enforcing? Jasper County Councilman LeRoy Blackshear proposed the ordinance in June. It would ban anyone from appearing in public "wearing his or her pants more than three (3) inches below his or her hips and thereby exposing his or her skin or intimate clothing." he goes on to compare this law to other laws imposed to protect us>> seat belts, open containers and DUI's and that this law is aimed at black youth. So next time your wondering why theres never a cop around when you need one, just know that they are busy protecting you from the dangers of saggy pants as unconstitutional as it may be.

Michael Steele apologizes to Rush Limbaugh, the errr...umm... dare I say it, talk show host/entertainer, after refering to him as a “talk show host/entertainer" during an interview in response to an e-mail by the Americans United for Change thats titled “The Republican Party has turned into the Rush Limbaugh Party.”

Rush Limbaugh defends AIG bonuses: Why in the world -- or how do you get to the point where you're going to bail out the company, but you don't want the employees to get paid?

In February, after a 5 year investigation, Forest Laboratories Inc. was acused of illegally marketing its anti-depressants Celexa and Lexapro to children and paying pediatricians kickbacks, now..... U.S. health regulators have approved Lexapro for depression in kids. Lexapro, is Forest's biggest product with annual sales of more than $2 billion.