I suppose this was inevitable



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14 Responses

  1. Avatar Jason Kuznicki says:

    Rules are rules, lady. Don’t you have any respect for the rule of law?

    Huff, huff, huff!

    (Yes, this is sarcasm…)Report

  2. Avatar North says:

    Insane. How on earth do they propose to enforce it? What about bloggers who live in PA but host their blod sites outside the state? Vice versa?Report

  3. Avatar Jaybird says:

    I don’t see where “posting whatever you want on myspace” is covered by the First Amendment.

    The Fathers couldn’t have forseen the internet when they wrote about “the press”.Report

  4. Avatar ThatPirateGuy says:

    I’m breaking my productivity enhancing silence for this one.


    I can only imagine that this hair-brained scheme was dreamed up by an internet un-aware person who noticed that their city had a large budget shortfall.

    Tarring and feathering is murder/assault so instead I recommend honey and feathering. We should then tweet the image as a warning to every other legislator.Report

  5. Avatar JosephFM says:

    Philadelphia’s government is completely and self-evidently insane. And North, most of these blogs are on Google servers, who knows where, probably California. All I can say is that the web hosts and ad partners had better come to these people’s defense as well.

    LAst year they wanted to shut down the entire public library system ( though of course, some of y’all here probably would support that).Report