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Recently, I've been doing research for a paper (topic not important to this conversation) and I came across this in one of my sources.

91. See ALA. CODE §§ 16-28B-1 to -9 (2010); ALASKA STAT. 14 §§ 33.200 to .250 (2010); ARIZ. REV. STAT. ANN. § 15-341(37) (2010); ARK. CODE ANN. § 6-18-514 (2010); CAL. EDUC. CODE §§ 32260, 48900.4 (West 2010); COLO. REV. STAT. § 22-32-109.1 (2010); CONN. GEN. STAT. § lO-222d (2010); DEL. CODE ANN. tit. 14, § 4112D (2010); FLA. STAT. § 1006.147 (2010); GA. CODE ANN. § 20-2-751.4 (2010); HAW. SB. No. 2094 (2010); IDAHO CODE ANN. § 18-917A (2010); 105 I I I . COMP. STAT. § 5/27-23.7 (2010); IND. CODE §§ 20-33-8-0.2,20-33-8-13.5 (2010); IOWA CODE § 280.28 (2010); KAN. STAT. ANN. § 72-8256 (2010); KY. REV. STAT. ANN. § 525.080(l)(C) (West 2010); LA. REV. STAT. ANN. § 17:416.13 (2010); ME. REV. STAT. tit. 20A, § 1001(15)(H) (2010); MD. CODE ANN. EDUC. §§ 7-424 to -424.3 (West 2010); MASS. GEN. LAWS ch. 71, § 370 (2010); MICH. COMP. LAWS § 380.1310b (2010); MINN. STAT. § 121A.0695 (2010); Miss. CODE ANN. §§ 37-11-67 to -69 (2010); MO. REV. STAT. § 160.775 (2010); NEB. REV. STAT. § 79-267 (2010); NEV. REV. STAT. § 388.135 (2010); N.H. REV. STAT. ANN. §§ 193-F:2 to -F:10 (2010); N.J. STAT. ANN. §§ 18A:37-15 to -21 (West 2010); 2010 N.J. Sess. Law. Ser\\'. ch. 122 (West); N.M. ADMIN. CODE § 6.12.7 (2010); N.Y. EDUCATION LAW §§ 10, 2801 (McKinney 2010); N.C. GEN. STAT. §§ 115C-407.15 to 407.18 (2010); N.D. CENT. CODE § 15.1-19-17 to -22 (2011); OHIO REV. CODE ANN. §§ 3313.666 to .667 (West 2010); OKLA. ST. tit. 70, § 24-100.4 (2010); OR. REV. STAT. § 339.356 (2010); 24 PA. CONS. STAT. § 13- 1303.1-A (2010); R.I. GEN. LAWS § 16-21-34 (2010); S.C. CODE ANN. § 59-63-140 (2010); TENN. CODE ANN. §§49-6-1014 to -19 (2010); TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. §§ 25.0342, 37.001 (West 2010); UTAH CODE ANN. §§ 53A-lla-101 to -401 (West 2010); VT. STAT. ANN. tit. 16, §§ 11, 565 (2010); VA. CODE ANN. § 22.1-279.6 (2010); WASH. REV. CODE § 28A.300.285 (2010); W. VA. CODE ANN. §§ 18-2C-1 to -5 (2010); Wis. STAT. § 118.46 (2010); WYO. STAT. ANN. §§ 21-4-311 to -314 (2010). See also supra note 5 (giving an over\\'iew of which states have anti-bullying laws, which states have included cyberbullying, electronic harassment, criminal sanctions, or school sanctions in their laws, and which states require additional school policies)"


From the context in which it was used and the singular indentation and "91:" as far as I can tell, this is a SINGLE citation. At first I simply thought it was a jumble of them, but after looking it over it's not. I can't even imagine citing this and I've never seen anything even half this length before.

What ridiculous things have you come across? From wacky, to weird, to insane, from funny and pathetic alike, I think it would be fun to share some of these things.
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pangtongshu
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What...the heck...my brain...it hurts!!!

Lately I've become addicted to Phi...

http://mathfortheages.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/ruling-class-phi1.jpg



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I think that all 50 of the United States are mentioned in your citation, Kasic, and that it is something to do with the law being different in all 50 of them, I have better things to do than check. It's like the terms and conditions I agreed to when I signed up to Google, a really, really difficult read, and, sadly, some of the posts in this community.

Salvidian
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Rational equations are ridiculous. I've used everything I learned in Calc so far except rational equations in a real environment.

ironblade41
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You just Falcon Punched my brain. >.< Something ridiculous is that you had to post this and now I'm gonna fail English and math and be held back.

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PanzerTank
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Might as well try and decipher what that means and understand it, YOLO right?

xXxDAPRO89xXx
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Might as well try and decipher what that means and understand it, YOLO right?




And YOU'VE got the time?
TheMostManlyMan
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I saw this in person and took the picture with my very own IPod.

http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/552770_456804407665088_302671380_n.jpg

It was right before a ride at sea world.

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"Ridiculous"

This word will excist for eons.
nichodemus
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From wacky, to weird, to insane, from funny and pathetic alike, I think it would be fun to share some of these things.


Celtic beating Barcelona.
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Last year a big storm hit my area, making some trees fall down and the power go out. There was a sign that was a bit messed up as well...

http://i1079.photobucket.com/albums/w503/soccerdude2/Screenshot2012-11-24at102831AM.png

Look! Person falling down over here! Ah it's ridiculous!

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http://http://i1079.photobucket.com/albums/w503/soccerdude2/Screenshot2012-11-24at102831AM.png
Near my school there is a sign that says the speed limit is 1100.Some prankers wrote 1 and 0.It was originally 10 km/h,but works for me.

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@Soccerdude2: What it looks like to me is that he signs is telling people to take a dump....

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