Resolved: the sentence "My dad paid cash for my Toyota Corolla and I am too rich to go to jail" is internally inconsistent. Discuss. Please note that the question whether uttering this sentence will keep you from getting arrested has already been determined.
Is running a foreclosure mill profitable? Let's see — one lawyer whose firm handled 70,000 of them in 2009 alone reportedly owns a $15 million, 16,000-square-foot mansion, recently bought the mansion next door for $8 million in order to tear it down for a tennis court, owns four Ferraris, four Porsches, two Benzes, and a $1 million Bugatti, so you decide. Oh, it might also have been illegal, so factor in that possibility. On the other hand, the guy's 130-foot, $20 million yacht is named "Misunderstood," so maybe there is more to the story.
Say, does anyone know whether it's legal to own a gorilla in Missouri? Because according to this report, one got loose in Kansas City today and roamed about the neighborhood for a while. It smashed the windshield of a responding police car, but (showing admirable restraint) the officers retreated and called animal control. They hit the ape with a tranquilizer dart, and he then crawled down out of a tree and got back in his cage. I ask the question because it's not answered in the report, which does not seem to think a gorilla loose in Kansas City is remarkable in any way.