Delaware is known as "The First State" because they were the first to ratify the Constitution of the United States. You'd think with all that experience, they would be above these silly laws. Think again:
In South Bethany, All persons must carry a bag with them at all times when they walk their dog in case said dog "poops," or risk a $100 fine. First of all, how is it that people don't pick up their dog's poop? Ponder. If you can't deal with the shit, then don't have a dog. Or hire a professional pet sitter like me who will pick up the poop, and an extra pile someone else left behind, just for good measure. What I want to know about this law, is, what happens if I use my bag? And my backup bag? And my backup to the backup bag? The law says I only have to carry one bag. Do I have to carry around the poop just to prove I brought a bag? Will the officer believe me? "No, really, officer. he went three times and we used all of our backup bags. There's no way he's going again. Swear." In all seriousness, I want this law in Phoenix.
Animals are banned from mating publicly within 1,500 feet of a tavern, school, or place of worship. I think the federal government needs to get involved at this point. Out of all the states we've looked at so far, at least half have this law, in one form or another. Do these poor sex-crazed creatures have no place to go? I totally understand how this exhibitionism might happen outside a tavern (maybe the law would better be about how much those shady bartenders are serving the animals), but a school? Really. And a place of worship? Shame on you, animals. Take your escapades elsewhere. Like in front of the court house. No law against that.
Horse racing is not allowed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Even race horses need one or two days off per year. So take your betting to the casino. I'll meet you back at the track on Christmas.
Law information source: stupidlaws.com and dumblaws.com.