a blog by La Kifo
I know what you're thinking, 'is this some sort of sarcastic bullshit joke?', well no, it ain't. Sunday, marked a monumental in the history of legislature. Sunday, September 18th, 2016 the first day of Act 101.
A new law which allows drivers to go through some red lights went into effect across Pennsylvania on Sunday.
Act 101, more commonly known as the "Ride on Red" law, gives anyone on the road the option to go through red lights as long as they use common sense and caution.
Essentially, if a stop light is unresponsive, and no one is coming the other way, the new law, sponsored by Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland), someone can legally drive through the intersection.
Now that is what I call good government. Making laws for the people. For someone to lack understanding of the significance of this bill, they would have to never drive a car more than five times in their life.
I want to know more about this Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland) character, obvious first question is he related to the Bloom family? Michael A. Bloom, producer and director of great pieces of cinema such as Child Development: The First Two Years, not to mention Real Hot.
The first movie didn't have a poster/picture online so based off the one sentence I read about it, I made a poster/picture for it.
I'll respect the guy even if he has no blood relation to the great Michael A. Bloom. It's hard not to respect a representative who is for the people, because who else but the fine people of Philadelphia would come up with such a bill? There is not a single sect in Pennsylvania, let alone the rest of the world, that would or could think of a law that allows people to run through red lights.
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