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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, Sep 21, 2007.
zomg lolz. I'm putting a call in to the crazy-son-of-a-bitch police right away.
That was the funniest part.
Tho the bloke is clearly off his ****ing rocker.
I admire his imagination in a twisted way.
yeah, here's google's phone number, you nutter:
If, by some incredible fortune, Mr Jayne were to win his case and the sum of money he received was my National Insurance number jumbled up, would I have grounds to sue him? After all, a person regardless of race or religion that wishes to cause acts of terrorism would look for National Insurance numbers that are made readily available on the public use databases. Apparently.
I think I might have a case here...
wow good luck to him
Aha! But what if the sum of money you received was my National Insurance number jumbled up?? I guess you can see where this is going
Is there anyone who is not "sue happy" nowadays?
I wouldn't publish the exact sum of my winnings. I value your privacy too much, you see.
I hope nobody named Sue Happy is reading this, or your ass is history
I smell more litigation!
The number $5 bn is making me sad. You made me depressed!
A quick look at Zabasearch.com came up with 82 S. Happy's in the United States. I found a Santa Happy, a Store Happy, and a Smile Happy, but no one specifically named Sue. I think you might be safe...
I think I'll sue douglas adams. He published two digits from my social security #. Now any computer savvy terrorist could simply guess the other seven digits.
You know he is one when his briefs are handwritten. Read it below.
There are more briefs from this website.
The legal case also mentioned police brutality, public drunkeness, War on Terrorism, forced Federal restructuring of the states, and google aiding terrorism.
What a nutcase. Any judge trying to preside over this should be impeached for wasting public resources.
Are there stains on his briefs? I hope he used clean ones.
I hope this guy is punished for abusing our legal system this way...