Non-Sequiturs: 06.30.11

* Rhode Island jumped onto the gay marriage bandwagon, but New Jersey is hiding its dirty little head in the sand. Come on, we share a border with New York, can’t we share the same ideals? [WSJ Law Blog]

* A credit check company is getting an FTC spanking for selling high-risk consumer info to marketers. No wonder my phone has been ringing off the hook. [Not So Private Parts / Forbes]

* A North Carolina DA has filed a “heart balm” lawsuit against her best friend for doing the dirty with her husband. She’s probably going to need some “ass balm” after the next election cycle. [Popehat]

* Sorry, Californians, but you’re going to have to start paying sales tax for your online purchases. Amazon and Overstock are not having it. F- would not buy again! [Constitutional Daily]

* The best way to encourage people not to touch children is by placing pedorific pantie placards in a clothing store for kids. I don’t think this would have gone over well in the US. [Copyranter]

* Financial firms are so hard up for compliance lawyers that they’re even willing to hire women with families and the elderly. Unbelievable! /sarcasm [Careerist]

* We don’t really know what’s going on here yet, but tipsters are saying that the body of a recent Mercer Law grad was found decapitated. Our thoughts go out to her friends and family. [Telegraph]

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