Has Frank Sanns “crossed a line somewhere”?

Has Frank Sanns “crossed a line somewhere”?

A couple of days ago I wrote a post about retired chemist Victor Deeb, whose private property was seized because he was doing chemistry experiments in his home.

Pamela Wilderman, the code enforcement officer for Marlboro (MA), stated, “I think Mr. Deeb has crossed a line somewhere. This is not what we would consider to be a customary home occupation.”

I wonder what Ms. Wilderman would think of Frank Sanns, and whether there’s a similar .gov position in Pittsburg with an “enforcement officer” who would object – with similar results – to Mr. Sanns’ non-“customary home occupation.”

Mr. Sanns has an unlicensed nuclear accelerator on his back*, er, a nuclear fusion reactor in his garage.

And he’s not alone.

I LOVE America! The Pursuit of Happiness!

Via Classical Values.

(* – For those too young to get the reference.)

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