Video: Nanny of the Month – Reason.tv
Via ReasonTV on May 31, 2011:
May’s biggest busybodies are taking it to poker players and teen tanners, but the nation’s top nag has lovers of pink-in-the-middle burgers seeing red.
In a stunning blow to all that is juicy and delicious, the Tar Heel state actually prohibits restaurants from serving rare or medium-rare hamburgers.
And if this crime against meat freedom seems especially un-American, keep in mind that it comes from the same state that once banned Old Glory at public rallies.http://www.youtube.com/user/ReasonTV#p/c/2DD00E99B83A258A/12/XBP_deuQzwE
To watch previous Nanny of the Month episodes, go here:http://www.youtube.com/user/ReasonTV#p/c/2DD00E99B83A258A
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