Have you heard the latest? Apparently lawmakers in Florida are more concerned with bull nutz (not to be confused with beer nutz) than they are with the state's huge revenue shortfalls. There's been a new trend in vehicle adornment - dangling, big metal bull balls on the back end of a trucks - and Florida wants them banned.
The concern? well, according to state Sen. Carey Baker, "... the state needs to draw a line on what's obscene before more objectionable adornments appear." What? Like Truck Tits? One little thing though, apparently Florida is only concerned with the metallic version of these. Does that mean these are OK?
And just what are we going to do about these?? Will we need to ban them too??
Baker's bill will fine drivers $60 for displaying the ornaments and his bill recently passed the Senate. It's now up to the House, but there's only a slim chance that members would pass the measure before the session ends this coming Friday.
My words of advise? Just make sure you don't visit Florida after visiting Cape May, New Jersey this summer. Something tells me this bumper sticker might get you in a bit of trouble!
Don't forget to stop in and read Daddio's Daily Dose. Yesterday he posted part three in his series Save Thee? Or Sell Thee? As Michael says, "Plan on being informed, provoked, inspired, possibly irked, educated, amused and maybe even a tad thankful." He's on the mark with this one!