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N64 Killed My Son!

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Latent Image, Feb 26, 2002.

  1. Latent Image

    Latent Image Bring the rain!

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    Nemephosis Earning my Infrequent Flier miles

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    Been posted. Someone will remember the thread to look for.

    Still though, how stupid. She has zero case whatsoever.
     
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    Latent Image Bring the rain!

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    Deathwing Raucous Rodentia

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    That's crazy. It's like suing Toyota after crashing the car you bought from them.

    I guess she's like her son: No life, needs something to do.
     
  5. Sam_The_Man

    Sam_The_Man I am the Hugh Grant of Thatcherism

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    You mean: no money, needs some way to steal some rather than getting off her undoubtedly crisp-and-junk-food-bloated arse and getting a job.

    Besides, I wouldn't say that the son had no life unless you wanted to risk the wrath of any MMORPGers here :p

    I'd bet a fiver she's also signed up to that Internet pyramid scheme.

    Although my first instinct is that the judge will burst out laughing when he hears the case, I'd say the recent payout to that smoker sets a worryingly large precendent.

    As frightening as it is, she does have a case. :hmm:
     

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