Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.
A really interesting look at how to handle confrontations with police and really simple explanations about how far your rights extend. The basic message is that if the police ask permission to search (your car, your person, or your home), it means that they do not have probable cause and therefore must get your consent. As such, you are within your legal rights not to consent to a search. You also don’t have to answer any of their questions and they can’t detain you unless you’re a criminal suspect. visit the site for all the details. This really is the kind of thing that every American should know.
This hosting company seems to have a great sense of humour (and man, do they ever know how to waste office supplies!). Explore the various facets of Bob’s cube, but be sure to check out Shirk Your Work, which is the whole reason I posted this site in the first place.
“Our perception of colour is strongly affected by the surrounding colours.” I’ll say. This is =really= tripping me out. Illusions 1 and 3 are the best.
Right Wing News asked more than 200 right-of-center bloggers to send a list of their, “Least Favorite People On The Right.” Because it’s funny when snobs turn against one another.
According to MovieMistakes.com. It’s amazing that some of these mistakes made it into the final films. I’m going to have to go back and watch some of these now.0 People like this. Be the first!