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I'm more worried that it's legal to fuck and marry your cousin in California.

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I live in Florida, never heard of anything like this. It's probably one of those BS laws nobody enforces that many states have. And I am tired of people gunning at Florida, every state is screwed up.
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VZ68 wrote:

I'm more worried that it's legal to fuck and marry your cousin in California.


That's legal in most places in the world where the data is available, consanguinity with cousins isn't really a very significant concern from the standpoint of birth defects. It's also legal in 20 other states besides Cali for first cousins, and only 9 of 50 states ban second cousin marriages, in other words, 41 of 50 states legally allow second cousin marriages.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CousinMarriageWorld.svg
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Posted 3/3/15

kardonius wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

I'm more worried that it's legal to fuck and marry your cousin in California.


That's legal in most places in the world where the data is available, consanguinity with cousins isn't really a very significant concern from the standpoint of birth defects. It's also legal in 20 other states besides Cali for first cousins, and only 9 of 50 states ban second cousin marriages, in other words, 41 of 50 states legally allow second cousin marriages.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CousinMarriageWorld.svg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cousin_marriage_map1.svg


He a troll. Don't give him attention.
Posted 3/3/15 , edited 3/6/15
usa states have weird laws...
I read one where it was illegal to sing offkey in public? who made up these laws? and who approved them? not mentally right.
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At first, I thought this was more than some people clinging to an old law. I thought it was new legislature that was also ridiculous, such as politicians outlawing sharia law in Kansas, or this one other thing I read recently, where in some southern state, some politicians were trying to pass a law that would have it so that trans people had to use the public bathrooms that were not of their choosing, with one politician saying "If they don't like it, they just can choose not to use restrooms in public".
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serena669 wrote:

:/ Land of the free and home of the brave much?


Thats exactly what I was thinking, America is such a contradiction.
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Florida is as stupid as the people who elect it's politicians.

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You know I have never seen our governor in the same place as Lex Luthor. Of course our last election was a choice between him and someone who looked like he came from Metaluna.
You know we do all this stuff to try to keep the tourists out. Hell we even have have concentration camps for tourist that we call "theme parks" yet they still come. Did you know in Florida an iguana can be a designated driver? I'm sure there is nothing in the Florida statues that prohibits reptiles from operating motor vehicles.


Date: 13 Jun 1997
CLEARWATER, Fla. (Reuter) - The plainclothes policemen did a double take when they spotted a 3 1/2 foot lizard at the wheel of a car.
Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents John Halliday and Tom Colbert were serving warrants Thursday when they noticed John Ruppell's car moving erratically along busy U.S. 19 with the green-and-orange iguana at the steering wheel, the Tampa Tribune reported Friday.

"It looked like this iguana was driving. He had his claws on top of the wheel," FDLE supervisor Larry Sams told the newspaper.

The agents called for police backup and followed the car for a couple of miles until it pulled over. The car's occupant, John Ruppell, was slouched down in the seat.

Ruppell was arrested on a drunken driving charge. The lizard was taken to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Sams said the iguana, named Finley, was a pretty good driver. "It's not every day you find a lizard driving a car," he said. "And nobody had a camera."
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Posted 3/3/15

Sogno- wrote:


ssxtitan wrote:

In Nevada, It Is Illegal For A Man To Buy Drinks For More Than Three People At A Time.

In South Carolina, You Must Be 18 Years Of Age To Play A Pinball Machine

In Idaho, It Is Illegal For A Man To Give His Sweetheart A Box Of Candy Weighing More Than 50 lbs

There are still lots of crazy laws still in the books. They aren't enforced though~


in Louisiana it is illegal to tie an alligator to a fire hydrant

now u know no one follows that law, everywhere you turn in Louisiana there's a friggin gator tied to a hydrant


It's also illegal to burn the Confederate flag in here in La.
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corteznr1 wrote:

It's an old law that really hasn't been enforced. Check every state's law book and you will find a plethora of outdated laws like this that haven't been enforced or stricken from the books.
pretty much this

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kardonius wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

I'm more worried that it's legal to fuck and marry your cousin in California.


That's legal in most places in the world where the data is available, consanguinity with cousins isn't really a very significant concern from the standpoint of birth defects. It's also legal in 20 other states besides Cali for first cousins, and only 9 of 50 states ban second cousin marriages, in other words, 41 of 50 states legally allow second cousin marriages.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CousinMarriageWorld.svg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cousin_marriage_map1.svg


It's jailtime here.

Still funny in the evil south it's outlawed, but fine in other states (because that was used to keep wealth in the family, no joke)


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kardonius wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

I'm more worried that it's legal to fuck and marry your cousin in California.


That's legal in most places in the world where the data is available, consanguinity with cousins isn't really a very significant concern from the standpoint of birth defects. It's also legal in 20 other states besides Cali for first cousins, and only 9 of 50 states ban second cousin marriages, in other words, 41 of 50 states legally allow second cousin marriages.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CousinMarriageWorld.svg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cousin_marriage_map1.svg


He a troll. Don't give him attention.


No, you are trolling everyone.

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Must have been good for business
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narfington wrote:

I think here in San Antonio, it's still illegal to not hitch your horse when you enter a public establishment.


Damn it, now I've gotta go buy a horse.


Sogno-

in Louisiana it is illegal to tie an alligator to a fire hydrant

now u know no one follows that law, everywhere you turn in Louisiana there's a friggin gator tied to a hydrant


Yeah, I don't see what's so crazy about that...


bufoman wrote:
Of course our last election was a choice between him and someone who looked like he came from Metaluna.


Too be fair, I've never Metaluna I didn't like.
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