|November 18, 2003|
What is a behavior that is now legal, that should be illegal?
Abortion, capital punishment, assisted suicide. I guess you can see from my answer that I think all life should be protected.
Flipping people off? Wait a minute, that would eliminate me from driving altogether!
I don't think behaviors should be regulated by laws, they should be regulated by timely reactions from those exposed to them. After the charlie horse has been delivered the subject matter should be dropped, they've served their time.
I'm rather old fashioned. I don't object to much of anything as long as it doesn't frighten the horses.
I'd personally put driving slow in the passing lane and putting annoying midis in the background of websites on that list.
Because there is a very thin line between regulating harmful behavior and infringing on individual autonomy and privacy, I would be reluctant to make illegal most of those behaviors that I deem unhealthy or undesirable
State sanctioned murder (read capital punishment)
Yes. If it is summer, on my toes too.
I don't know. I'd say drinking [alcoholic beverages] and smoking, but we all know what happens when stuff like that is outlawed. . .bootlegging.
I wonder sometimes about alcohol.