Thursday, May 12, 2005

Crime right out in the open

In what I feel is going to become a common experience for New Hampshire a crime was committed right out in public in front of police.
A self-proclaimed manicurist decided to open for business in Concord on Monday without the state's approval, attacking state licensing laws with a nail file.

Michael Fisher, 23, of Newmarket, N.H., was arrested and charged with violating the state's license law. He said he organized the protest to call attention to what he said are needless obstacles facing small businesses in the state.
"The reason I'm doing this is because it's one of the harmless things I can do to prove that the law is unjust," Fisher said. "Without the government's permission, you can't do nails, hair, lot of other things."
This will get him good PR for most part, but most people will have no idea why he is really doing it. I wish the free staters all the luck in the world. They are starting a fight with an immoral beast called government.

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