Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Schneiderman to New York

'Drop dead.'  Because the state's Att'y General doesn't want anyone providing their fellow man with the necessities;
Vendors of essential items such as food, water, gas and batteries are prohibited from price-gouging during the tempest, warned New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. And as public transportation shuts down, the law against emergency-time inflation also applies to taxi drivers, he said.
Violators “will ultimately see a reduction in their profits, [be] faced with penalties, fines and directives to set up reimbursement funds,” Schneiderman said in a statement.
So, don't think about bringing bottled water and flashlight batteries into Gotham, unless you are prepared to do the time, if you do the crime.

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