Merv Griffin 1925-2007



Photos from The Griffin Group

Man arrested for tackling giant sausage…

“A man was charged with criminal damage after rugby-tackling a giant hot dog, worth £400.

The 6ft glass-fibre hot dog was part of a burger van’s display at the Magic of the 80s concert in Alnwick Pastures.””

The victim was similar to this one

Pantsed!

Roy Pearson, the man who tried toe sue the ….errr… pants off a Washington, D.C.-area dry cleaners because their “Satisfaction Guaranteed” sign was “misleading”*, having lost his suit (law suit), is now refusing to pay the $82,907.50 legal fees for the defendants in the case.

You may recall that Pearson, administrative law judge, originally sued for $67 million, but reduced his claim to a mere $54 million.

* He apparently thinks that the sign means that if he wants you to hand over your entire life-savings because you lost his pants, you should do so because that is the only thing that would guarantee his satisfaction.

The Chungs, Defendants

Roy Pearson, the PlaintiffPhoto: Jacquelyn Martin — Associated Press

Exhibit “A” — The pants
Photo: John Shinkle

The findings

Merv Griffin 1925-2007



Photos from The Griffin Group

Man arrested for tackling giant sausage…

“A man was charged with criminal damage after rugby-tackling a giant hot dog, worth £400.

The 6ft glass-fibre hot dog was part of a burger van’s display at the Magic of the 80s concert in Alnwick Pastures.””

The victim was similar to this one

Pantsed!

Roy Pearson, the man who tried toe sue the ….errr… pants off a Washington, D.C.-area dry cleaners because their “Satisfaction Guaranteed” sign was “misleading”*, having lost his suit (law suit), is now refusing to pay the $82,907.50 legal fees for the defendants in the case.

You may recall that Pearson, administrative law judge, originally sued for $67 million, but reduced his claim to a mere $54 million.

* He apparently thinks that the sign means that if he wants you to hand over your entire life-savings because you lost his pants, you should do so because that is the only thing that would guarantee his satisfaction.

The Chungs, Defendants

Roy Pearson, the PlaintiffPhoto: Jacquelyn Martin — Associated Press

Exhibit “A” — The pants
Photo: John Shinkle

The findings

Church learns vet was gay, cancels memorial

A megachurch canceled a memorial service for a Navy veteran 24 hours before it was to start because the deceased was gay.

Officials at the nondenominational High Point Church knew that Cecil Howard Sinclair was gay when they offered to host his service, said his sister, Kathleen Wright. But after his obituary listed his life partner as one of his survivors, she said, it was called off.

“It’s a slap in the face. It’s like, ’Oh, we’re sorry he died, but he’s gay so we can’t help you,”’ she said Friday.” MSNBC

Tony Gutierrez / AP

“”Even though we could not condone that lifestyle, we went above and beyond for the family through many acts of love and kindness,” Simons said.”

Yeah… sure looks like it….

The fact is that the funeral doesn’t minister to the man, it ministers to the family. If he had been a murderer, they would have done the service. Because he was in a loving relationship with a man, they turn their back on the family. What hypocrisy.

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