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Hope you all had a lovely weekend.  Mine was intentionally uneventful, with one pleasant exception. A good law school friend of mine (who for some reason fancies corporate law) introduced me to a hilarious comedy show called Garth Merenghi’s Darkplace.  It’s a spoof of 80’s tv shows and horror stuff.  Only six episodes were made, and they’re all on Youtube.



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Posted at 8:06 PM, Sep 03, 2008 in Roundup
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Walter deleted a comment similar to this. He brooks no fundamental disagreement, nor does Ted. Kia repeatedly does the same. Censorship is cult.

The plaintiff family is attacking a productive entity, and is seeking to damage the economy by rent seeking. They demean the injury of their loved one by tawdry money grubbing. Their lawyer should have warned them, their private facts would be subjected to discovery and would enter the public record. If the case is extreme enough, it would enter the press. Most plaintiff families are sleazy, scapegoating, lowlifes, even if wealthy. The average family does not sue.

It is sometimes "not for the money," I agree with Justinian. It is then to scapegoat others for the knucklehead, intoxicated, idiotic behavior of their loved ones. These knucklehead behaviors come from an appalling, incompetent, lazy, absent upbringing. And, the family has trouble facing their own responsibility for the injury.

These vicious predators offer no quarter. They deserve none.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | September 4, 2008 6:48 AM