Here Are 8 of Utah’s Dumbest Laws
Dumb laws are always fun to go over because you just keep thinking to yourself, "How did this ever become a law?"
#8 St. George, Utah
You have 2 days to bury your pet after it has passed away or you are violating the law! I don't know anyone that wants to keep their deceased pet for day before burying it but how dare government tell me what to do.
#7 Logan, Utah
It is illegal for women to swear. Huh. This does not effect me but I know a few women who have a few words that they would like to express.
#6 Salt Lake County
You absolutely may not walk down the street carrying a violin in a paper bag. This sounds completely made up. Why on earth did anyone ever think this was necessary?
#5 Trout Creek, Utah
Whachu doing Trout Creek? It is illegal for pharmacists to sell gunpowder to cure headaches.....OK, anyone know someone who has tried this?
#4 Provo, Utah
No throwing snowballs...or other missiles. They can handle it. Got it.
#3 Salt Lake City, Utah
You guys are totally missing out. It is illegal to herd sheep down the street in SLC. We are so glad this isn't the case in Cedar City!
It is illegal to kill your chickens, not even to eat them or get rid of the rooster you are not supposed to have, unless......you can give them a "Tasteful Execution," whatever that is. Someone please message me and tell me what that means. Hahahaha.
And #1 is Salt Lake County, Utah again.
It is illegal to advertise an auction by hiring trombone players to play on the street. Government is always taking away all of the fun.
There are actually fully automated McDonald's making their way into existence in the good ole US of A! The test restaurant store is in Fort Worth, TX with another one rumored to pop up in LAS VEGAS, NV. We're talkin' ALL robots. Humans do very little assembly, stock and check the store. That's it! This is something straight out of a sci-fi movie like I Robot. I can hear Vicki say, "My logic is undeniable."
Remember how well that movie ended? I have so many questions. When I order, will I get a raw burger? Will something go very right and the burger be wrapped in cheese instead of a bun? How many options will be possible on the kiosk? Will St. George Utah get a fully automated McDonald's in the near future? Who knows? I reached out to local owner Mark Parrish but did not get a response in time to publish this article.
I can see how a fully automated McDonald's full of only robots might be useful in the middle of nowhere. In the middle of the desert when it is miles and miles to the next stop with food or a potty this would be great, especially if it has a restroom.
With no human in sight, no one would likely see me run to the bathroom like a maniac, unless the sheer speed of my run triggered the camera system to flag me.
There would definitely have to be surveillance for graffiti and destruction of the property. One could make the case that robots are going to take over all of our jobs, but I think technology just makes different jobs needed.
Now we have to manage robots and electronics instead. We need maintenance people for the robots. We need designers to make sure everything works together, we need really rich people to try out all the tech first so we know what works and what doesn't. We also need a lot more farmers so that we are ready for a robot take over. Are we ready?
You know what I am ready for? A totally new McDonalds wardrobe! How did I not know these exist? I was looking for McDonald's logos and pics and these glorious images popped up.
Recycling done right! And look how happy these models are. These should be the new BIG TIME spring line found in every store.
Maybe Cat Country listener's, Carrie and her daughter, that work at the local McDonald's on Bluff Street will be sporting these designs at the drive thru.
Hey southern Utah McDonald's crews, any takers? Or maybe you could just make your own fashion line.
I might have zero objections if the robots at the new fully automated McDonald's are wearing this bougie drip while making burgers.