Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Why not?

Here, Dear Gentle Reader(s), is an example of a mostly unnecessary sentence—one surely printed with tongue firmly in cheek:  “This ruling is unlikely to impact the vast majority of the gay community.”

Here, too, is a link to a story you might find both appalling and amusing.

Generally, the story discusses the case of “Alan,” a man with an I.Q. of 48, who has been prohibited from any activity other than “masturbation in his bedroom or bathroom – and nothing more.”

The gay element?  Alan had been engaging in sexual activity with another man.

It happened in England.  (It’s happening in England?)

On second thought, the “sentence” above was surely done with a touch of cynicism, eh wot?

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