Those pesky rubber hitch testicles
Originally, I thought this was going to be the idiot of the day. Then, I was going to morph into Big Brother run amok. But, the story reads a lot different than the obvious.
And, it sort of finishes with:
“‘I didn’t know what to tell her,”‘ Spruill said the constituent told him before Spruill vowed to stop such displays.
“I said, ‘Sir, I’m going to be a laughingstock, but I’m going to do it,”‘ he said.
Fox then goes on to illustrate some other “offbeat” bills in Virginia. In this case, the only thing offbeat about it is Spruill singling out rubber hitch testicles. If he had broadened it to include all sexual organs, then I think it would have been a little less offbeat and make a lot more sense. And quite frankly, carting around a five year old myself, I can appreciate the predicament whoever thought publicly displaying testicles on a hitch placed on all the parents of small children in. The legislature can’t ban stupid or inconsiderate. However, they can let them know what stupid is by giving police the ability to correct their stupid actions. If whoever thinks rubber testicles is a fashion statement wants everyone to know they have a thing for rubber testicles, they can display them at home or INSIDE their vehicle in such a way as to not impress small kids. Since apparently some people aren’t bright enough to figure out the impact they are having on innocent children, and the parents thereof, it’s up to people like Lionel Spruill to make a public fool of himself in order to protect our children from the inconsiderate idiots.
Kudos to Mrs. Moon for pointing out that I needed to address this important issue.
( BTW, the idiot of the day is not Del. Spruill, it’s the idiots driving around with their rubber testicles exposed to small children. )