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Well, not really random, but that's a whole nother entry, and it's not like anyone but me would care enough, anyway...

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-Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory


And for today's

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - The Nevada Assembly voted unanimously Monday to get rid of an old law that makes it illegal to shear sheep within city limits.

The old law, dating to at least 1911, makes it a misdemeanor for "any sheep to be penned, housed or fed for the purpose of being sheared" within city limits.

Legislative staffers couldn't figure out why the law existed, and included it in AB10, a measure that gets rid of various antiquated laws. The bill now moves to the Senate for final legislative action.

AB10 also erases a law dating to the early 1900s that prohibits people from pasturing livestock in an enclosed private or public cemetery. Legislators agreed that trespassing laws would cover any such offense.

The bill would also remove from the state's lawbooks the misdemeanor offense of refusing to get off a telephone party line immediately upon learning that the line was needed for an emergency. Such phone lines no longer exist.

Assemblyman Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, sponsored the proposal, which came out of an interim study on categories of misdemeanor offenses.

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