Natt (nattish) wrote,
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Silly laws, Without Rhyme or Reason, Bo, namechange (#2).

LAW: It is illegal to wear a bulletproof vest while committing a murder.
COUNTRY: USA / STATE: New Jersey

LAW: It is illegal for a bingo game to last longer than five hours, unless the bingo is being played at a fair.
COUNTRY: USA / STATE: North Carolina

Tee hee.

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<b>LAW:</b> It is illegal to wear a bulletproof vest while committing a murder.
<b>COUNTRY:</b> USA / STATE: New Jersey

<b>LAW:</b> It is illegal for a bingo game to last longer than five hours, unless the bingo is being played at a fair.
<b>COUNTRY:</b> USA / STATE: North Carolina

Tee hee.

<a href=http://encarta.msn.com/encnet/departments/grad/?article=LudicrousLaws target “out”>More thorough descriptions and additional silly laws can be found here.</a>

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--I recently reread Without Rhyme or Reason (Harry/Draco) at <lj user=simmysim>'s <a href= http://www.geocities.com/owrai_wa_no_baka/ target= "out">Palace of Holiness</a> (yes, I apologize, I renamed it…mmm, bottom!Draco). I rarely reread fics, but I can recall enjoying this one very much. It’s the only S&M fic I can recall really, really enjoying in terms of content rather than admiration of the language. The descriptions are not colorful or very graphic, but the situation I love very much. It made me feel for the character in pain instead of twitch with horror.

--My cat is sleeping at my feet like a good boy. Usually when I enter the room he is at my pillow, and that annoys me not because he gets hair places but because the pillow is <i>my spot</i>, but today he looked up when he saw me and then walked obediently to the edge of the bed. I wuv him. Oh, Bo.

<b>Somewhat Important:</b> All right then. Once again, I will be changing my username pretty soon. As soon as I send off the money. Shouldn't take long. I'm in northern California and the LJ address says Oregon. I think, after teetering between "Nattengale" and "Nattene," I have decided on "Nattish" because it is easy to remember and has roots in both the languages from which "Ru av Natten" sprouted.
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