Hugging illegal in all public use areas in Illinois.
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Since: Nov 11
#1 Nov 30, 2011
Think it's okay to hug someone even if they are having a bad day? Think again! Illinois has a law in effect that strictly forbids all forms of Public Display of Affection (PDA), including hugging, in all public use and outdoor areas in the State of Illinois. PDA, including hugging, is punishable by easily up to 75 years imprisonment for all involved, consent or no consent; in fact anyone found to have given their consent can easily face the exact same sentence as the perpetrator. And this goes for all public use areas such as restaurants, shopping centers, shopping malls, cafeterias, lounges, bars, taverns, bowling alleys, schools/school campuses (including colleges), arcades, parks, bicycle trails, stadiums, and festivals.
#2 Dec 1, 2011
Anybody who votes for Obama again should get 75 years to life, whichever comes first.
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