Answer: While I am not exactly sure what the laws are in Oregon, I do know that most places it is now illegal to tow a vehicle on a public road with a rope or strap of any sort. It must be a car dolly or a car hauler. That should answer both those questions, but if not, I dare say common sense would say the officer that stops such an incident would consider the one behind the wheel of the one being towed operating a motor vehicle, in which case, just like anyone and anywhere else, that individual would have to be licensed to do so.
Answer: The driving distance between Eugene, OR and Oregon City, OR is approximately 105 miles. The driving time would be approximately 2 hours if you were to travel non-stop in good driving conditions. (The driving time does not take into consideration conditions which may extend trip time such as weather, road work and rush hour traffic in urban areas.)
Answer: Bestiality is a sin for Jews and Christians according to the Bible (Exod. 22:19,Lev. 20: 15-16, Deut. 27:21). Judaism declares it forbidden to all peoples, including non-Jews (according to the Laws of Noah, also called the Noahide Laws, which are the seven commandments for the Gentiles.) Modern people of other religions also consider bestiality to be a repulsive act, although their codes of religion may not explicitly forbid it.
Answer: The legal term for sexual activity between a human and a non-humananimal is zoophilia.
Zoophilia is legal in that there are no laws that specificallyforbid it in the following states: Alabama, Hawaii, Kentucky,Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio,Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming, and DC.
Zoophilia is a misdemeanor is the following states: Alaska,California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Kansas,Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, NewYork, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, and Wisconsin.
Zoophilia is a felony in the following states: Arizona, Delaware,Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi,North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, SouthDakota, Tennessee, and Washington.
Answer: S163 ( et seq.) of the Canadian Criminal Code makes it illegal to own, publish or possess "obscene" material: "163. (1) Every one commits an offence who(a) makes, prints, publishes, distributes, circulates, or has in his possession for the purpose of publication, distribution or circulation any obscene written matter, picture, model, phonograph record or other thing whatever; or ..." See: http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/showdoc/cs/C-46/bo-ga:l_V-gb:s_163//en#anchorbo-ga:l_V-gb:s_163Government Canada has a publication defining various forms of pornography. Bestial pornography is included under the definition of material classed as obscene. See See: http://dsp-psd.tpsgc.gc.ca/Collection-R/LoPBdP/CIR/843-e.htm#fpornographytxtThe above link also served to discuss the potential culpability of service providers who assist in the conveyance of such material. Their role is unclear, although iStar - who blocked access to sites including bestiality - was judicially commended.
It should be illegal even on a world ruled only by animals(furries).....tell me where you live so your computer can be confiscated by police and you sent to Jail. PS some one who hates Pedos, zoobeast furries and many others that do illegal stuff
Answer: This would be considered a private business matter between the Oregon resident and the person in another state.
Anyone is allowed to freely contract with anyone else they choose to enter into a contract with. As long as the product itself is not illegal, is not extremely dangerous, and can be safely transported, then any person can contract with an Oregon resident to buy a product and send it to another state.
Some things that may be troublesome for you to buy and transport across state lines would be guns, hazardous liquids or chemicals, or something not legal/legal for you to own in the state you want to transport the product into from Oregon.