The Ohio State University’s Office of the General Counsel has published a list of food laws that you need to know before you attempt to make a reservation at the University’s dining hall.
One of the most popular items on the list is the “no food while you pay for it” rule. This rule is strictly enforced at the Universitys dining hall, because the universitys campus is on the Ohio River. So the food vendors are required to serve you all of the food you ordered after you paid, even if you didn’t order anything.
If you order something after you pay, it is considered “refundable,” which makes it impossible to order something after you pay.
The rules also apply to the universitys campus on the Ohio river, because it is in an area that is a special zone for the universitys campus.
The rules also applies to the Cincinnati Zoo, because it is on the Ohio river, and the zoo is a special zone for the Cincinnati zoo.
We’re not sure why it is that Ohio is a special zone for the zoo, but our best guess is that it is because the zoo has been closed since the first day of the year for renovations. Of course, we can’t imagine why it is that the Cincinnati zoo is a special zone for the Cincinnati zoo.
We’d be happy to have your help in finding out the answer to the Ohio cottage food laws.
But what the heck, we have no idea why Ohio is a special zone for the Cincinnati zoo. Well, its because its a zoo, but more than that, its because the zoo is in Ohio. There is a special zone for the Cincinnati zoo because the zoo is in Ohio, and there is no special zone for the Cincinnati zoo because the zoo is in Ohio.