I went looking for silly laws. The old-fashioned kind such as "illegal to walk an alligator in the public way on a Sunday." Do you know that in WA, "the harassing of Bigfoot, Sasquatch or other undiscovered subspecies is a felony punishable by a fine and/or imprisonment"? That one actually makes sense if you read the full text, though. Basically they don't want one person in the woods to think he sees Bigfoot from afar and shoot him, when "Bigfoot" is actually just another person in the woods. Although it then goes on to say that if you really catch Bigfoot, all profits derived therefrom must be donated to a state college for future studies or protection of the species.
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Mrs. stake you say some nasty on my threads. Dirty bitch
Believe me the authorities see us as a herd that is too stupid to do anything.
If it wasn't for the constitution guns would be out right banned. Many local governments already severely limit what improvements a homeowner can do themselves to their home and will go as far as imprisoning you for trying. Kids are being fined for running lemon aid stands because they don't have a permit. You can't make money off of a skill you have without costly permits, taking classes and taking test. If you try you will be fined and possibly imprisoned. Kids are being micromanaged at school on what foods they can eat, what clothes they can wear, what kind of scissors they have and more. Adults are are micromanaged as well in the work place. You have to follow scripts, have very limited power to do your job and have do extra pointless work to avoid possible lawsuits. Now they are telling us what we can and can't do on our own time.
This is just an extension of us being dummied down. Its to protect us from possible abuse and misuse. The intentions are probably good, but there are unintended consequences that they rarely take into account. We must keep fighting for our freedom because every new law takes a little away from us.