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Old 08-07-2013, 03:35 PM   #29
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How about the Texarkana law that requires any rider of a horse to have tail lights on his horse after dark!!?

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Old 08-08-2013, 04:45 PM   #30
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No matter how strange some of those laws sound...

there must have been some point in time when someone thought it was enough of a problem that the law was needed...and enough people agreed to pass it...

My favorite: In Urbana, IL, it used to be illegal for a monster to be within the city limits...(have family there...)

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Colorado water laws prohibit the use of rain barrels or any methods to catch rain for use. They claim the rain has already been legally allocated to the state and individual may not capture and use water to which he/she does not have a right.
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The phrase "Rule of Thumb" comes from a law that states: "A man cannot whip his wife with a stick larger than his thumb"
I wonder if that law is still on the books?
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The phrase "Rule of Thumb" comes from a law that states: "A man cannot whip his wife with a stick larger than his thumb"
I wonder if that law is still on the books?
As far as I know, it is still illegal to whip your wife with a stick.

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