St. Charles County Workers Banned From Texting, Apparently Using Honor System

Counties passing laws that ban texting while driving are the Lady Gaga of lower-level governments. Everyone seems to love them because they sound good, but when you get up close and really think about it, its kinda stupid and ugly. Also, those weird outfits just seem like a whole “Hey look at me with my crazy outfits that always hide my face like the Phantom of the Opera because I’m ugly and pay no attention to those rumors about me having a little penis. [Read More]

Missouri State Rep Cynthia Davis: All Guns All the Time!

Cynthia Davis sure knows how to make a quotable. She’s like a uglier Sarah Palin. Much uglier. It wasn’t long ago that the 19th district representative pull out a few quotes that got her named “The World’s Worst Person” by liberal TV talking head Keith Olbermann: “Hunger can be a positive motivator,” writes Davis, who chairs the Missouri House Special Committee on Children and Families. “What is wrong with the idea of getting a job so you can get better meals? [Read More]

Its Ok For Adults to Text While Driving Starting Today

Good news for those of us over the age of 21! You can drink, and you are still free to text message your friends while driving and potentially threaten the lives of everyone else on the road around you! Motorists 21 or younger in Missouri will be prohibited from text messaging while driving starting on Friday, when a new law takes effect. The state will join 22 others in having some sort of prohibition on texting from behind the wheel. [Read More]

The Missouri Supreme Court Thinks We are Stupid

The Missouri Supreme Court is apparently mulling over a law that would require all advertisements for lawyers to include the statement: “The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisement.” You know, because if not, I was totally gonna. Here’s how it would work if the law passes for each type of ad (from and the Missouri Board of Governers): Print ads: In a font in high contrast to the background at least one-third the size of the largest font displaying a telephone number, e-mail address, website or other contact info. [Read More]