Steven Colbert has a shocking news story on a controversy in Bend, Oregon.
Thanks to Donna DeMaggio Berger (@CondoandHOALAW), via Melissa Garcia (@ColoradoHOAgal) via Carpenter Hazelwood (@CHDW_HOALaw)
KSL.com has this picture, and a few others, in this
news story; according to KSL’s report, the driver said that the car “shot into reverse” when she started the car.
Also according to KSL, neither the driver nor the building were seriously injured.
It came without a copyright. This is for educational purposes.
If there’s a copyright violation, it’s not my fault.
A blog that I stumbled upon this morning was reflecting upon the woes of poor Google; it seems that everyone wants to sue them. The case of note was a case recently filed in Pennsylvania, by and individual who has realized that “when [his] social security number is turned upside down in its entierty (sic) it is a scrambled code that does spell the name Google.”
The complaint, which is available (along with all of its related pleadings) in the court’s file, is a hilarious read. Apparently, Google has caused significant damage to Mr. Jayne; he wants damages of $500,000,000.00, which he seeks in the form of a “first check of $250,000.00 and a second check in the amount that remains.”