A TSA agent took a Massachusetts woman's frosted cupcake because he thought its vanilla-bourbon icing could be a “security risk,” saying the frosting sitting atop the red velvet cake was gel-like enough to violate regulations.Read more »
Another story about the increasing illegality of photography.Read more »
Municipal codes could be very lucrative for most municipalities if they were enforced...they decided to start enforcing one little-known regulation in QueensRead more »
ipads now allowed in the cockpit on flights (even during takeoff and landing), but still banned for passengersRead more »
The Red Cross is investigating whether 600 million gamers are violating the Hague and Geneva conventions when they kill and blow stuff up for fun.
Delegates at the 31st International Conference of the Red Cross (ICRC) and Red Crescent raised the concerns over the potential “International Humanitarian Law” violations – which can constitute war crimes – during a workshop in Geneva.Read more »
Planking is where you take a picture of yourself face down in a public place and post it on the internet. It's harmless fun, but now it's considered "disorderly conduct." Come on!Read more »
A Massachusetts high school lost a state championship game because a player raised his arm in triumph as he ran for what would have been a go-ahead touchdown.
The penalty for the gesture by Cathedral High School quarterback Matthew Owens in Saturday's Division 4A Super Bowl left the losing team Tuesday waiting for word from the state association on whether the school could challenge the referee's decision.
Blue Hills Regional Technical School won the game 16-14. That school's athletic director, Ed Catabia, told The Boston Globe that the referee made "a great call, the right call."Read more »
Prominent peace, truth, and liberty activists, John Bush of Texans for Accountable Government and Matthew Medina of We Are Change, were arrested for not jumping when a power-tripping cop asks them to jump.Read more »
"Currently, Memphis doesn't have a law requiring helmets at the park. An MPD spokesperson declined to comment on the officer's actions, but did tell abc24.com Faulhaber was arrested for criminal trespassing." Hmmm... trespassing at a public park.Read more »
In England there is a proposal to ban certain persons from the internet.
This seems like the start controlling who can access the internet – License to surf?
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