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(Florida Today)   Attention Broward County Florida residents: There is now no limit on the size of your mullet   (floridatoday.com) divider line 19
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2013-06-30 10:43:54 AM
www.makeupandbeautyblog.com

It's so easy to keep your mullet AND car clean these days.
 
2013-06-30 10:44:31 AM
No ban on mullets any more? How about sporting a mullet while singing "Acky Breaky Heart?" That should be made illegal.
 
2013-06-30 10:44:51 AM
media.tumblr.com
 
2013-06-30 10:44:53 AM
Lesbian thread!!
 
2013-06-30 10:45:04 AM
www.meggga.com

/not obligatory, just because.
 
2013-06-30 10:46:26 AM
Scott also signed a bill that will make it illegal to possess without permission other people's personal information like Social Security and credit card numbers. It makes it a first-degree misdemeanor to possess other people's Social Security numbers, driver's licenses, medical records, passports, bank account numbers, credit cards and Medicaid or food assistance account numbers unless they have authorization.
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hmmm who provides that permission??
(i know - silly question )
 
2013-06-30 10:47:54 AM
Database will preventmentally ill people from buying firearms

What this is I don't even
 
2013-06-30 10:52:15 AM
Yay. More babies, more laws, more jails. Make them pay!
 
2013-06-30 10:59:07 AM

bindlestiff2600: Scott also signed a bill that will make it illegal to possess without permission other people's personal information like Social Security and credit card numbers. It makes it a first-degree misdemeanor to possess other people's Social Security numbers, driver's licenses, medical records, passports, bank account numbers, credit cards and Medicaid or food assistance account numbers unless they have authorization.
.

hmmm who provides that permission??
(i know - silly question )


I have some friends who's identities have been stolen so I hope this leads to some arrests

/the police and other agencies haven't been able to do anything
 
2013-06-30 11:19:44 AM
The gun bill addresses people who doctors say pose a danger to themselves or others. Their names will be put into databases to prevent them from buying guns.

"If the patient doesn't agree to be voluntarily admitted for treatment, an involuntary commitment petition would be filed. Patients who voluntarily committed themselves would do so with the understanding that they would be barred from purchasing firearms.

If patients refused to give up their gun-purchasing rights, the involuntary commitment process would proceed.

The bill includes a pathway for people to petition the court to regain their gun-purchasing rights after they are treated. A doctor would have to agree that the person should regain the right."

Do not get Baker Act'd in Florida.
 
2013-06-30 12:06:56 PM

bindlestiff2600: Scott also signed a bill that will make it illegal to possess without permission other people's personal information like Social Security and credit card numbers. It makes it a first-degree misdemeanor to possess other people's Social Security numbers, driver's licenses, medical records, passports, bank account numbers, credit cards and Medicaid or food assistance account numbers unless they have authorization.
.

hmmm who provides that permission??
(i know - silly question )


Well, realistically, it's unlikely that somebody would have permission to possess all of those things, but I can see scenarios for any of them in general. For example, a summer camp might have a need for a child's medical records in the event something happens in Bumfark, Nowhere and they need to treat the child while they await the arrival of medical personnel.

Some of the listed items sound kind of goofy, of course, but that's probably a case of "if we write the law too narrowly, somebody might try to take advantage of loopholes."

And then, of course, it's Florida.
 
2013-06-30 12:44:07 PM
Thanks, Mods.
 
2013-06-30 12:58:14 PM
1topi.s3.amazonaws.com

"LET MY PEOPLE GO!!"
 
2013-06-30 01:20:12 PM

Spanky McStupid: The gun bill addresses people who doctors say pose a danger to themselves or others. Their names will be put into databases to prevent them from buying guns.

"If the patient doesn't agree to be voluntarily admitted for treatment, an involuntary commitment petition would be filed. Patients who voluntarily committed themselves would do so with the understanding that they would be barred from purchasing firearms.

If patients refused to give up their gun-purchasing rights, the involuntary commitment process would proceed.

The bill includes a pathway for people to petition the court to regain their gun-purchasing rights after they are treated. A doctor would have to agree that the person should regain the right."

Do not get Baker Act'd in Florida.




Don't go to bars in Florida.
 
2013-06-30 01:22:27 PM
Oh, and if I were a doctor, no one would get their right back.

For our protection, of course.

If we can save just one child it is all worth it.
4.bp.blogspot.com

Sorry kid, you must first accept the Jesus tale. Doesn't matter which one.
 
2013-06-30 01:48:02 PM

StoPPeRmobile: Spanky McStupid: The gun bill addresses people who doctors say pose a danger to themselves or others. Their names will be put into databases to prevent them from buying guns.

"If the patient doesn't agree to be voluntarily admitted for treatment, an involuntary commitment petition would be filed. Patients who voluntarily committed themselves would do so with the understanding that they would be barred from purchasing firearms.

If patients refused to give up their gun-purchasing rights, the involuntary commitment process would proceed.

The bill includes a pathway for people to petition the court to regain their gun-purchasing rights after they are treated. A doctor would have to agree that the person should regain the right."

Do not get Baker Act'd in Florida.

Don't go to bars in Florida.



FTFY
 
2013-06-30 03:27:09 PM
You can take my pink dyed bunny from my pink stained hands
 
2013-06-30 03:37:34 PM
www.dallasblack.com

Mullets are okay, but you'd still better be careful about what you say in Broward County...
 
2013-06-30 04:25:02 PM
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