(SAN DIEGO) A California judge said Thursday that all restaurants in San Diego County can resume on-site dining with safety protocols, marking a setback to the governor’s stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus
Judge Wohlfeil said in Wednesday's ruling that the state had failed to show restaurants and strip clubs contributed to virus' spread or shortage of hospital beds. He said "San Diego County businesses with restaurant services,” including the strip clubs, are exempt from shutdowns and “any related orders” that bar live adult entertainment and go beyond protocols “that are no greater than essential” to controlling the spread of COVID-19.
And Gabbin' Nuisance wept, for there were no more laws to conquer.
Life's tough when you not only overstep, but also firmly plant your track cleats on your jangly bits. Even if that's a very small target.
And it couldn't have happened to a more deserving buffoon.
There are things you can, and should, do during a pandemic.
And other things which you cannot, and should not, do.
Now Gabbin's starting to catch that hint.