Don't take this the wrong way, but I am a fan of squirrels. However, even I admit they can be a nuisance. Did you know the state of Missouri has a long list of things you can and can't do to these little critters? Let's take a look at the nutty do's and don'ts.
I have a long list of foods I'll never eat and a much longer list of foods I love. However, I've learned that there are foods that I'm not allowed to eat no matter what because they are completely forbidden in Missouri.
When I was learning to drive when I was in high school in Missouri, I was made to believe that passing on the right was a no-no. What does the law say though? You might be surprised that it's actually more complicated than you might think.
It's no secret there are automated red light ticket cameras in Hannibal, Missouri and there's been talk of them being installed in St. Louis. Would you drive differently in the big city if there was an eye in the sky watching you?
Do you decorate your steering wheel? Did you know there are certain items that are forbidden and/or a really bad idea? The feds have now issued a warning to Missouri drivers and others who practice this enhancement of their vehicle steering apparatus.
I want to be clear that I completely disagree with what I perceive as an attempt to shame Missouri on the internet today. The article paints a picture about Missouri and a few other states where they say "anyone can get a gun today".
I am a stickler for checking expired dates on food when I go grocery shopping in Missouri. Moldy bread and cheese is just one of those unpleasant things I try to avoid in my life. That thought inspired the question of whether it's legal for a Missouri store to sell food that is past its expiration date. The answer might surprise you as much as it did me.