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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 5495 Statutes

Instructions and Help about Where Form 5495 Statutes

So today, I thought it might be fun if I broke the law. I tracked down ten of the weirdest laws I could find from America, and today I'm gonna break them right here in Ireland. Now, I'm not gonna go rob a bank, let's be for real here, but I am gonna break ten legitimate actual factual laws. So, prepare yourself because I'm probably not something a bad girl would say. Hmm, the first American law I'm gonna break today is jaywalking. Now, I learned an interesting thing when I was researching this video. Jaywalking was actually created by the motor industry itself back in the day in order to popularize cars. When cars were first introduced, people who were walking around on their own two legs felt like they owned the streets, and the car people said no, that should not be so. We should be the most important people on the road, so they began a campaign to encourage the shunning basically of people who didn't stick to the walking lane, which is now called the sidewalk or the footpath or the pavement, depending on where you're from and where you're watching this video. We covered that in a whole other video. This one is particularly popular, and while it is a minor offense, it is illegal. You can technically go to jail for it if the cop is in a bad mood that day. You basically wouldn't want to get a police officer on the day he found out that McDonald's doesn't sell fudge sauce anymore. Yes, that's an actual thing. My life is over. So up I go, breaking the law for you. What a bad person I am. Such a rabble, aren't I? Low number two. The next law I'm gonna break is one that's...