The Police Who Investigate Contraband Cupcakes, and the City Councilman Who Narcs the Offenders

“A politician in a New York suburb called police on two 13-year-old boys for selling cupcakes and other baked goods without a permit, according to a report Monday… New Castle Councilman Michael Wolfensohn called the police after discovering the sale was not for charity.” [MSNBC]


Good thing there are SWAT snipers around to take care of terrorists like this.

Little pee-pee poopy hands selling edibles has never garnered sympathy from me. And you know you can’t go up and tell 13 year olds to stop what they are doing without getting kicked in the nuts or punched out by their folks…

//TJ// Hey DB, you ain’t hanging around with those Wonderful World of Flower (WWF) folks in the Forbidden City, a re you? Not sure if you’d be able to access the linquey, but it seems they ranked Our Financial Overlords número uno in terms of resource consumption.

@Nabisco: Sorry, but I spent all day in a conference room talking to Chinese lawyers and judges about the concept of environmental standing in US litigation. Don’t get too worked up, now.

Lesson learned: if you’re going to get busted for selling pastries, you might as well start moving hash brownies.

@Dodgerblue: The Lujan in Lujan v. Defenders of Wildlife, 112 S. Ct. 2130, 2136 (1992) was a friend’s uncle, a former Albuquerque area congressman who was appointed Secretary of Interior by Boosh I.

WRT drivers, Juarez drivers used to be like New Mexico drivers taken to their logical extreme back in the day when you could go over for beers and bullfights without too much of a worry. We were driving around one Saturday night and ended up in the hills where people were cooking over fires. Tip: pay extra for the shade at the bullfights.

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