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Licensed to Soak.“It contains no penalties and exempts anyone who objects, convicted felons and those with certain mental and physical disabilities.” —The new “mandatory gun ownership” law in Nelson, Georgia — population 1,300 — that isn’t mandatory, but don’t let that stop you from being outraged. [AP/TPM]


@rptrcub: Watched Bride and Prejudice last night (cute enough, though the musical numbers were all dead weight). The dialogue is almost entirely in English, but I turned the subtitles on anyway. Every time Mr. Kholi (Mr. Collins) talks about how wonderful life in America is, it’s spelled Amrika. For some reason that cracked me up.

@mellbell: Oh, that movie was painful. This Indian movie I found on Hulu a few months ago, which is basically Emma with a few plot points of P&P thrown in for good measure, is much, much better.

@flippin eck: I love Aisha. The Knightley character is adorable in that Mark Ruffalo kind of way. And the leads actually have chemistry, while Aishwarya Rai and whatshisname didn’t, which, come on, how can you not have chemistry with her?

@mellbell: Are you working through your “to watch” list before grad school starts?

@mellbell: I think that’s what frustrated me most with that B&P. Here you have Aishwarya Rai, the most famous actress in Bollywood, gorgeous and talented, playing opposite some bland, third-rate “Western” actor who wasn’t fit to wipe her boots.

A law with no penalties and no enforcement mechanism that took up legislative man-hours: we’ve finally found some of that “government waste” that teahadis scream about…

The measure requires every head of household to own a gun and ammunition to “provide for the emergency management of the city” …

I’m guessing by “emergency management of the city” they’re fantasizing about a “Red Dawn” scenario. Either that or plans by the local Unitarian church to marry a gay couple.

T/J: L.A. Story: I spent a longer time in my car, going to and coming home from last night’s Dodgers game, than I did at the game itself.

@Serolf Divad:
The nutty part about these Red Dawn scenarios is they never ask “Why would anyone want to invade Georgia?” Besides Tennessee that is.

Like the Camper Van Beethoven reference in the title.

@Walking Still: Bit of a stretch, but I’m glad you caught it.

@nojo: Next see if you can work in “Maybe he went to get a sideways haircut.”

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