Words Fail Me (Almost)
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go outside and kiss the non-Massachusetts soil upon which I now live.
UPDATE: Just to add a little perspective...
If you are caught leaving a public gun range in Massachusetts with a spent .22 casing stuck in the sole of your shoe, and you do not have a $100 gun license, under current state law, you can be found guilty of unlawful possession of ammunition and sentenced to two years in prison.
It's a "common sense" public safety measure, you understand. Gotta keep the streets safe FOR THE CHILDRENTM.
Meanwhile, Massachusetts State Rep. James Fagan believes that sentencing someone to 20 years in prison for raping an 11-year-old is "draconian".