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Though Tourists May Be, Spain Isn't Torn on the Topic of Bullfighting

Where: Spain
June 3, 2013 at 11:37 AM | by | Comments (0)

If your summer travel plans include some sangria and tapas in the sun-burned country of Spain, perhaps a traditional bullfight is also on the must-do list. While we won't get into the moral arguments of the age-old festival, if Spanish parliament gets it's way, the barbaric shows may be protected as a "national pursuit."

Current pending legislation from national political leaders seeks to include the custom of bullfighting as part of the fabric of what makes Spain...well, Spain. Not only would this protect any current animal shows all around the country by offering subsidies to farmers that breed bulls, but it would also overturn the prohibition of the act in the Canary Islands and Catalonia.

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No Photos Allowed! Hawaii Ponders Punishing Paparazzi with 'Steven Tyler Act'

February 6, 2013 at 9:08 AM | by | Comments (0)

There’s so much to photograph across the islands of Hawaii. There’s the sun, the sand, the waves, and even the celebrities doing their thing over in paradise. Sure you might not work for TMZ, but sometimes it’s hard to resist snapping a celeb shot while they work on their rest and relaxation. Better get those shots in quickly, as it sounds like Hawaii might be tightening the rules when it comes to what you can and can’t photograph in paradise—don’t worry, the waterfalls are still fair game.

Over two-thirds of the state senators over in the Aloha State have already signed on to a new piece of legislation, as they look to protect the right to a little bit of privacy for vacationing celebrities. It would give the rich and famous the right to sue over unexpected snapshots of them doing their thing while having a little fun in the sun. Of course we wouldn’t enjoy someone following us around while doing our thing in Hawaii, but celebrities love the attention—right? Ha.

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