Is this a retroactive law or are you culpable if you had the pads put on 3 years ago and happen to travel there?
Thankfully, the booze restrictions are not on in California. As to whether these types of restrictions are retroactive, maybe they are. I did see some program not long ago about Indian artifacts, feathers & such, used in art and on some antiques. They were saying something to the effect that a collector who has owned something like this for some time can keep the artifact but can't sell it. So evidently it isn't illegal to own the object if you have proof you didn't buy it after the restrictions went into effect. But who knows, with the bureaucratic maze that this must be mired in?bruce bailey said:I heard that one too and I started thinking it will be like booze sales in states where there are/were restrictions.....
If only people would act on this. Too &*% many people here now! The fact is, nobody in CA has the least notion that roo-products are banned, if it's really true; I wouldn't doubt if this whole thing is a joke of some sort. Then again, nothing surprises me anymore.SAXISMYAXE said:I've got the perfect answer, don't go to California!:twisted:
Ducking for cover.
Interesting link!curly said:
Mr. Kangaroo said:Why don't joeys fly out of mum's pouch when she's hopping?
The female kangaroo can control the muscles that control the size of her pouch and the size of the opening. She can contract the muscles, pulling the pouch tight against the body. If she wants to clean her pouch and wants the joey out, she can also relax the opening allowing the joey to fall out