It's been observed by some that I rarely let the the rules get in the way of what I want to do. Once I get an idea of something that might be fun, I want to do it. Who wouldn't want to? However, every now and then, I hit some sort of policy or legal obstacle. And we have been taught since childhood that obstacles are merely an opportunity to develop character and our advanced problem-solving skills.
I don't typically go out of my way to break the rules. I just don't pay much attention to them when they get in my way. Here are some rules I consider optional:
- Jaywalking laws - I'm a grown man and can cross a street without endangering myself.
- No Photography - If you don't want a picture taken of something, keep it hidden.
- No Trespassing - Sometimes the thing I want to see is behind a fence. Or a locked door. Or in a safe.
- Law of Gravity - Situations occur sometimes that require finding out how high the bike/car/baby can get.
- Do Not Enter - This is one that is just begging for trouble. I have to know what is so secretive and will find out.
- Public Decency laws - It's a big thrill to be naked in places where you are not supposed to be.