Stuff From Around Arkansas, March 26

Smoked Out: Upset by $14 million revenue shortfall in tobacco tax projections, lawmakers feel confused and betrayed by Gov. Mike Beebe. Will they ever learn to love again? (Arkansas News Bureau)

Unconcealed: Beebe says he’d rather keep concealed carry listings public. Will lawmakers defy the wishes of their sun god? (AP)

Just Stop: Kinkade prediction! In, oh, let’s say three years or so, all this breathless enthusiasm for Twitter is going to seem very very very embarrassing to everyone involved. (KARK)

Toy Story: House committee OKs restrictions on toy guns. But they can never take away my laser pistol! Pew pew pew pew pew! (AP)

Pyle On: Rep. Beverly Pyle moves to crack down on “improper conduct” between massage therapists and clients. In a related story, Rep. Beverly Pyle just became my least favorite legislator ever. (Capsearch Insider)

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5 thoughts on “Stuff From Around Arkansas, March 26

  • March 26, 2009 at 8:45 pm

    “I have a hard time swallowing this one,” said Sen. Terry Smith, D-Hot Springs.

    This is an awesome quote when you consider that Terry Smith uses smokeless tobacco! HA!

  • March 27, 2009 at 8:09 am

    David, I asked your mother how this would impact her business if it became law. She said it would completely end the practices of giving genital massages. However, she said she’d still be able to give anal massages if the client had a prescription from a doctor.

  • March 27, 2009 at 8:27 am

    Bill, thanks so much for checking up on that. It’s timely information, as I was just getting ready to help your mother develop a business plan for those exact services. She said she was tired of “giving it away for free” down at the homeless shelter.

  • March 27, 2009 at 9:16 am

    That’s Bill’s mom? Wow! Bill, she has talent and you should be proud. I often piss my pants, roll in ashes and then smear dog crap on myself just to appear homeless so I can get in on that action! Talent, I mean talent! And also, she can remove her teeth.

  • March 27, 2009 at 11:19 am

    Today in the House, Rep. Beverly Pyle — in the course of discussing her bill that would regulate massage therapy — noted that the massage board “thought they were untouchable” and had attempted to pass a “sensitive” rules change.

    Her bill passed anyway.


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