Just begs to be photoshopped!
Bingo for $$ is illegal in retirement communities in SC ..also 50/50.
Good observation, and it demonstrates, again, that the point is not safety, protection, or avoiding harm: the point is power. Politicians get the charge of feeling good about themselves for "helping," the enjoyment of the power to give or take away, and of course, the money they're paid to allow the special favors.
Following Stossel’s logic about the use of steroids for enhancing athletic performance, why shouldn’t athletes be allowed to use mechanical devices in a similar fashion? If some brainiac comes up with a way to make a bionic human whose limbs could hit a baseball 1000 feet (if the ball was not demolished by such force) or throw a ball 150 mph (if any catcher could catch a ball thrown that fast), why should it not be allowed? What if someone comes up with a drug that makes muscles perform better than even steroids? A drug that would make an average athlete superior to the best athletes now? What are the limits? Stossel says there shouldn’t be any. I tend to disagree.
Government has done a thorough job of usurping the function of the criminal and is becoming a greater and greater threat to the safety and welfare of the citizens having long ago surpassed any traditional criminal class in robbing, killing and marauding. The smartest criminals always gravitate to government so that they can commit crimes while pretending to work against crime.