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Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Apparently the State of Indiana wants to make sure that you don't know how long you're in line getting your driver's license. For Indiana taxpayers, tempest fugit (H/T to The Agitator):
As part of this new regulation, people entering the Indiana BMV will be forced to go through a metal detector and a pat down to look for banned time pieces. Wrist watches, pocket watches, egg timers, hour glasses, sun dials and metronomes will be confiscated from customers (*cough* taxpayers) and will not be returned. The State of Indiana is still deciding what to do with private property they're confiscating, but like the example that the State of Wisconsin is setting with items taken from airports... selling them in bulk on eBay.
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