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Psyonisis said:

Dammit, natural selection, why couldn't you go all the way with this one?

It's much funnier this way.

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people like that make me sick. you sue cause your are either greedy or a dumb fuck, or in this case both.
i just hope she loses.

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really, i mean trains are big and loud. i used to live by them for christ sakes. also i dont see why she can sue, unless at a cross walk, as train t racks are listed as private property. i hope they file a counter suit for tresspassing.

she was either high, drunk or stupid. how could she have not heard or even felt that train? Also why was she on the tracks?

granted i walked the tracks too, but i paid attention to what was around me.

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I'm gonna go get hit by a car and then sue the town because they failed to post that the road was still in use

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The train company oughta sue her back for treading on their property.

Oh and sue her for outright stupidity while they're at it.

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That story can't be true. No way. A case like that wouldn't even make it to a court room, what lawyer would represent her thinking she had a chance of winning?

-E

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Ralphis said:

I'm gonna go get hit by a car and then sue the town because they failed to post that the road was still in use

Go 4 it!

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Endureth said:

That story can't be true. No way. A case like that wouldn't even make it to a court room, what lawyer would represent her thinking she had a chance of winning?

-E

That really, really sad thing is that it is. . .

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Endureth said:

That story can't be true. No way. A case like that wouldn't even make it to a court room, what lawyer would represent her thinking she had a chance of winning?

-E

Actually it is very high,

Notice ExhibitA; A packet of peanuts. 'Warning - MAY CONTAIN NUTS'
Notice ExhibitB; A container for a clothes iron. 'Do not iron clothes while wearing them' (or something like that.)

All these came about for the same reason.

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Exhibit D:
Label on knife says "Pointy side goes in first"

Anyway, I live a quarter mile away from an industrial train track which runs at random times, sometimes 3 in the morning. You can hear the bastard coming 5 miles down the track. You need to be stupid or deaf not to hear it.

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Danarchy said:

Exhibit D:
Label on knife says "Pointy side goes in first"

Anyway, I live a quarter mile away from an industrial train track which runs at random times, sometimes 3 in the morning. You can hear the bastard coming 5 miles down the track. You need to be stupid or deaf not to hear it.


Or stoned. Let's hope she was stoned, then she might get charged, and hopefully countersued.

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Let's hope there will be a serial killer who starts specifically killing people who started retarded lawsuits and that he avoids getting captured by the police for a looong time :-P

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Endureth said:

That story can't be true. No way. A case like that wouldn't even make it to a court room, what lawyer would represent her thinking she had a chance of winning?

-E

The same people who take the cases of fat bastards suing mcdonalds for making them fat.

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ravage said:

The same people who take the cases of fat bastards suing mcdonalds for making them fat.

Heh, funny you should mention that. I was watching this show last night on CVS, and this guy was pushing his book "Natural Cures They Don't Want You To Know About". At the time, he was talking about enzymes being put into certain brands of food that specifically make people hungry, make them addicted, or make them fat.

He also went on to say that most herbal medicines are barred from advertising a cure. The FDA states that if a manufactured remedy has any sort of claim to treat or cure an ailment, it must be classified as a drug-- and therefore must be marketed, taxed, and regulated. He went on to say that, for example, people get cancer because their blood is acidic. If you keep your body's pH level in the alkaline region, you CANNOT get cancer-- or if you do have it, IT'LL GO AWAY. Not sure about that, I'll have to read into it.

Also, he mentioned something else worth thinking about: when you get sick, you go to the doctor. *He* diagnoses your problem, and it is *his* responsibility to treat you or prescribe medicine. So why are there commercials for drugs on TV? They're cirumventing the diagnosis of experts whose job it is to know what drugs/treatment you need.

Food for thought, so to speak.

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People sue others for the dumbest reasons. They can't admit their stupid or they did something stupid so they try to cast the blame on someone else. That way, they think it won't make them look so dumb and they might get money out of it.

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Numbermind said:

He went on to say that, for example, people get cancer because their blood is acidic. If you keep your body's pH level in the alkaline region, you CANNOT get cancer-- or if you do have it, IT'LL GO AWAY. Not sure about that, I'll have to read into it.

Hmm. I'd like to know more about that. Do you know this guy's name so I can google for it or something?

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Numbermind said:

*He* diagnoses your problem, and it is *his* responsibility to treat you or prescribe medicine. So why are there commercials for drugs on TV? They're cirumventing the diagnosis of experts whose job it is to know what drugs/treatment you need.

This is actually a serious problem. For this very reason, they have a ban on perscription drug advertising in Canada. It states that, in an advertisement, you can only state the name of the drug OR what it does, but not both.

Even still, illegal American advertising is making its way across the border, and it IS influencing the way people ask for treatments. Studies have shown that when a person asks for a particular drug from their doctor, they will almost always get it.

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AndrewB said:

This is actually a serious problem. For this very reason, they have a ban on perscription drug advertising in Canada. It states that, in an advertisement, you can only state the name of the drug OR what it does, but not both.

Man, that sounds worse than what they do here in the States. Of course, they probably would rather state their name, right?

Heh, the drug commercials in America are rather funny since we have to have all the warnings listed. So half the commercial is extremely happy people strolling through the park while the announcer goes "Hexapol may cause high blood pressure, nausea, headaches, rashes, fever, the plague, photophobia, hydrophobia, pedophilia, explosive and uncontrolable bowel movements, extreme pain during bowel movements, and in some cases, the patient's head just fucking exploded."

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Up here, the commercials show some guy dancing and prancing through the streets to the tune of "Good Morning To You!" Then he steps in an elevator and the word "VIAGRA" appears on screen.

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