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Hey guys, today I’ve got some crazy legal stuff to talk about. Did you know that there’s an actual legal assistant exam date that you have to take? Like, what even is that? I thought being a legal assistant was all about watching Law and Order reruns.
And have you ever heard of a shrink-wrap agreement? No, it’s not about wrapping your stuff in plastic wrap. It’s actually a real legal thing. Mind = blown.
Also, did you know there’s something called a bad faith agreement? Sounds pretty sketchy if you ask me. I wouldn’t want to be involved in anything like that.
On a totally different note, have you guys checked out the DMC 5 requirements for the new game? I can’t wait to play it, but I hope my laptop can handle it.
Oh, and speaking of legal stuff, have you ever wondered about the difference between an employment letter and a contract? I never really thought about it until now. I guess there’s a lot to consider when it comes to work.
And hey, is it really true that you can’t carry pepper spray in Virginia? I mean, I know it’s for self-defense and all, but that seems pretty strict.
Oh, and did you guys know that there’s a debate about whether a self-defense keychain is legal in Canada? Who knew that something so small could cause such a big legal discussion?
And get this – did you know that marriage used to be all about arranged contracts? I’m so glad we don’t have to deal with that anymore.
Lastly, have you ever heard of good Samaritan laws in certain states? It’s interesting to learn about how the law protects people who try to help others.
And hey, if you ever want to change your name but you’re not getting married, you should check out this article on how to legally change your last name without getting married. Who knows, maybe one day you’ll want to be known as something totally different.
Well, that’s it for today’s Teenager Newsfeed. Remember, stay legal, folks!