Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Babysitting America

In NY a senator will be attempting to ban people from listening to i-pods while crossing the street in New York City and in Buffalo.

I'm not sure what the goverment thinks it exists for, but I find this absurd. The rule is that you cross at the light. If you don't cross at the light or if you get hit by a car because you crossed while the light was green it is your own fault. They want to make a law to help us keep a law?
Well, no, they want to make a law to save us from our own stupidity.

Why is this? Does the senator have too much time on his hands? He can't spend it trying to solve world hunger or fixing the national debt?


Robin Marie said...

no no, those things are boring. everybody else tries to do them. who would remember them? Besides, it's not like he's going to be able to solve world hunger, and he's probably contributing to the national debt. He may as well do something no one else is going to do. Even if it just proves our country's stupidity.

Melody said...

People would remember us for trying to take out a U.S. Senator...wanna try?

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