The long, tiresome futile attempt by Judge Roy Moore to block gay marriages in Alabama is coming to an end. Right now 47 of 67 counties issue marriage licenses to both straight and gay couples. There are some holdouts in the boondocks, but the populous centers are going along. (Cullman County is the closest county to us.) There are three counties where no data is available; one of them, Houston County, is primarily noted for its humongous condom factory.
(The factory is humongous; not the condoms. This might be of interest to some.)
Oregon Governor Fitzhaber finally resigned after some scandal. The Democrats wanted him out of office because he was an embarrassment with his silly beard and haircut. The Secretary State becomes acting Governor now. Apparently, they have no Lieutenant Governor. Is that a money-savings initiative, or what? It's not like our Lt. Gov. does much other than preside over the State Senate.
In Washington State, it's illegal to shoot Bigfoot. So if you see a big monkey, ask to see his feet first.
Sex can only be done in the missionary position in North Carolina; and it's illegal to have sex in graveyards. They're taking no chance on waking up the dead. Our Cajun princess should make up a tale about this.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg slept asleep during the hour-long State of the Union address because she "was tipsy" with wine. I don't need that excuse. She has to endure the logorrhea of the other justices. Wine is a blessing for long speeches.
New Jersey is still corrupt and douchy. Plus they have Snooki.
It is illegal to sleep in the nude in Minnesota. Is that a problem there?
I read that you have to get a permit to shave in Missouri. Mike, take note.
Apparently, Fifty Shades of Gray is taking the South by storm. This is the biggest perversion there since General Sherman wore a microskirt!
The Yellowhammer is the state bird of Alabama. Not that parvenu yellow bird from New Zealand. This one, which outsiders caller the Flicker: