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Given This Law (Among Many Others) It Would Be Difficult For Me To Live In Oklahoma (Outside Of A Jail Cell, Anyway)

When I drive, if the conditions don’t meet to my liking (e.g., there are other cars on the road) I am a fountain of profanity. Words and phrases flow from my mouth that I don’t even recognize. And it doesn’t matter who is in the car. That is why I wouldn’t last long in Oklahoma. Here’s the law:

§21-906. If any person shall utter or speak any obscene or lascivious language or word in any public place, or in the presence of females, or in the presence of children under ten (10) years of age, he shall be liable to a fine of not more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), or imprisonment for not more than thirty (30) days, or both.

Are you shitting me? I can’t even cuss in front of my wife? One trip through town and I wouldn’t see my kids ’til I’m a grandpappy. You can read the statute here.

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