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Guest imported_El Mamerro

I just shit my pants with the fourth one down... Beer,

 

El Mamerro.

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Guest DMX

there's a goddam dracula under the bed!

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Guest socrates

It's OK if the fat people win because we all know where they're going as soon as they get the check....To get fast food, it's a big circle.

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I plan on rasing a lawsuit against humanity for ruining my home, i.e. Earth. Im thinking I could get around 500 Billion.

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Originally posted by socrates

It's OK if the fat people win because we all know where they're going as soon as they get the check....To get fast food, it's a big circle.

 

that's great! ha!

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haha. i hope those fast food companies loose tons of money. but at the same time, the dumb fucks suing them deserve their obesity for being so fuckin stupid. like they didnt nkow what was going on. those studies have been out for years. they both deserve what they get....

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Guest sneak

the armed forces for being dangerous?!?!?!?

 

hahaha

 

only in america

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Goldilocks v. The Three Bears

 

Bailiff: All rise! The Honorable Jacob Loveless presiding.

 

Judge Loveless: Bailiff, what's the next case?

 

Bailiff: Goldilocks versus The Three Bears, your Honor.

 

Judge Loveless: Who represents the plaintiff?

 

Johnny Cochrane: I do, Your Honor.

 

Judge Loveless: What seems to be the problem, Mr. Cochrane?

 

Cochrane: Your Honor, my client had occasion to enter the defendants' home on Saturday, May 18th. During her visit, she sampled some of their food, sat in their chairs, and slept in their beds. Because of the Bears' negligence in food preparation and furniture maintenance, as well as a failure to secure their home against intruders, my client suffered third degree oral burns, chronic back pain, and a bruised tailbone. She also suffered severe mental anguish resulting from a fear of being mauled during a brief chase. We're suing for physical injuries and emotional distress, and are asking for $3 million.

 

Judge Loveless: I . . . see. And who represents the defendants?

 

F. Lee Bailey: I do, Your Honor. We believe the plaintiff's claims are frivolous and a cheap attempt at making a personal fortune out of her own misdeeds. Her injuries are a direct result of illegal entry into my clients' home, misdemeanor theft, and wanton destruction of private property. Not only do we dispute her claims, we are counter-suing for property loss and emotional distress. We are seeking FOUR million dollars.

 

Cochrane: Oh yeah?! Then we're amending our suit to FIVE million dollars!

 

Judge Loveless: Gentlemen, gentlemen.

 

Cochrane: Sorry, Your Honor. My client only entered the home to seek shelter. She was lost, cold, and afraid for her safety. She knocked on the door, but no one was at home. She decided to wait for the occupants inside. Being overcome with hunger and exhaustion, she made herself at home.

 

Judge Loveless: Is this true, Ms. Goldilocks?

 

Goldilocks: Yeth, Yoa Onnow. I wath afwaid ad awone.

 

Judge Loveless: What did she say?

 

Cochrane: She said "Yes Your Honor, I was afraid and alone."

 

Judge Loveless: Why is she talking like that?

 

Cochrane: Because of the serious oral burns she received after sampling the "Too Hot" porridge, which we are submitting as Plaintiff's Exhibit A.

 

Judge Loveless: It's stone cold.

 

Cochrane: Well, it has been two months, Your Honor.

 

Bailey: If the porridge ain't hot, a case you ain't got. Isn't that right, Johnny?

 

Cochrane: Shut up, F. Lee! I taught you that trick!

 

Judge Loveless (sighs): Please continue, Mr. Cochrane.

 

Cochrane: We further contend that the defendants' negligence in maintaining their home in suitable living conditions caused my client to sit in a chair that was too hard and another that was too soft. This has resulted in her chronic lower back pain. The third chair was also shoddily constructed, which is why it broke under her weight and bruised her tailbone. These conditions have affected her ability to work, and have had a negative effect on her personal income.

 

Judge Loveless: What do you do for a living, Ms. Goldilocks?

 

Goldilocks: Dewivvewy thervithe.

 

Cochrane: "Delivery service," Your Honor. She owns and operates a food delivery service for the elderly. You may remember the murder trial of a Mr. B. Wolf for the murder and cannibalism of one of her employee's grandmother.

 

Judge Loveless (mumbling): Someone please kill me now.

 

Bailey: Your Honor, the plaintiff is obviously blaming my clients for her own crimes and misfortunes. I fail to see how it's the Bear family's fault that she injured herself. She was not invited into the home, she was not asked to eat their food, sit on their furniture, or sleep in their beds. She did all of these things illegally, and blames them for her injuries. Where is the justice in that?

 

Judge Loveless: So why are you suing for $4 million?

 

Bailey: The emotional distress my clients have suffered are causing irreparable damage to the family harmony. Mama Bear wakes up every 15 minutes to make sure the doors are locked. Papa Bear is paralyzed with a sense of helplessness at the violation of his home. And the two have not been intimate since the break-in.

 

Papa Bear: We told you that in confidence, you shyster!

 

Bailey: I'm sorry, please don't eat me.

 

Judge Loveless: I never should have gotten up this morning. Please continue, Mr. Bailey.

 

Bailey: Baby Bear has been inconsolable ever since his favorite chair was broken. And Mr. Cochrane has even reported the Bear family to Child Services, claiming the faulty chair and uncomfortable furniture constitutes a safety issue for Baby Bear.

 

Cochrane: If the bear cannot sit, you must report it.

 

Bailey: One more hackneyed rhyme out of you, Cochrane, and I'll go medieval on your--!

 

Cochrane: There once was a stock scammer from Florida, who. . .

 

Judge: That's enough out of both of you! I'm assigning both cases to the docket, and we'll begin hearing pretrial motions in July. Bailiff, call the next case.

 

Bailiff: Next case: People v. Georgie Porgie on 13 counts of aggravated assault, sexual misconduct, and fleeing the scene of a crime.

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honestly it scares the fuck outta me that some fat ass can turn around and sue the major fast foodchains for his obesity....am i going fucking crazy or is it just the rest of the world?.....did anyone see the dailyshow about it...oh my i was fucking rolling......

 

 

reason 154,987,698 why its cool to live in a big city:

 

answer: the ONION is free....

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Guest --zeSto--

I'm going to sue the pornography industry for

Creating a false represation of female sexuality, slandering my penis size, creating unobtainable fantasies and my early developpment of carpel-tunnel syndrome.

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Guest NATO
Originally posted by --zeSto--

I'm going to sue the pornography industry for

Creating a false represation of female sexuality, slandering my penis size, creating unobtainable fantasies and my early developpment of carpel-tunnel syndrome.

 

ha ha ha well im gonna sue 12oz for the same reasons.

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Originally posted by Smart

'bout time somebody stuck it to that fucking ocean!

 

 

why anyone didnt laugh at this is beyond me

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Guest sneak
Originally posted by NATO

 

ha ha ha well im gonna sue 12oz for the same reasons.

 

haha

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