01 February 2011

Malawi Reacts to Marc Higgins

African country set to make breaking wind a crime | Mail Online: "Breaking wind is set to be made a crime in an African country.

The government of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders 'who foul the air' in a bid to 'mould responsible and disciplined citizens.'"

This news is hot behind the acts of Bristol, Connecticut citizens vs. Marc Higgins:
From Gawker: Why did 21-year-old Marc Higgins of Bristol, Conn. stab four people at a party? Partly because he was "very drunk." And partly because of his farts.
Higgins was apparently in the midst of an intestinal "situation" on Saturday night when he arrived at a house party in Bristol—a bad-enough situation that another party guest, in the words of the Courant, "chastised him for being flatulent" and then slapped him in the face. Higgins left the party, as any of us would.
As a Libertarian, I am a bit torn here.  Higgins had no right to foul the air at the party.  The host really should have asked him to leave. However, a state solution is not the answer to rudeness.  Neither is stabbing.

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