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Israeli MP Plans Passing a New Popcorn Law 51

Posted by samzenpus
from the movie-quality-assurance-law dept.
Israeli lawmaker Carmel Shama is taking on the tough issue of overpriced popcorn at the movies. "We have to put an end to this. The public should not have to mortgage their houses for a soft drink and a snack," Shama said. He plans to bring his "popcorn law," which would put limits on what public entertainment venues could charge, up for a vote when the parliament returns from Passover break next week. I'm sure Israelis are glad that they have no other issues that need to be addressed right now.


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Israeli MP Plans Passing a New Popcorn Law

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Whenever a system becomes completely defined, some damn fool discovers something which either abolishes the system or expands it beyond recognition.