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Old 10-08-2012, 08:46 PM   #11
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If this progresses, i'm going to end up OWNING Smirnoff Vodkas; their product has contributed to some seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeriously poor dating decisions involving some disguised demons and this one chick that may have been a well-shaved grizzly bear.

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If this progresses, i'm going to end up OWNING Smirnoff Vodkas; their product has contributed to some seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeriously poor dating decisions involving some disguised demons and this one chick that may have been a well-shaved grizzly bear.
Was her name Amanda? Just curious....
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That does it!!!

I am going to sue Calloway! It is the clubs fault that my golf game sucks!

I am happy to know that I can shoot guns better than I can golf balls.

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I am happy to know that I can shoot guns better than I can golf balls.
Dang tiny lil triggers on those things.
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Is that not the truth?!

And all those little dents in the ball makes it difficult to figure out where the bullet is going to come out.


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And THAT folks explains his fear of bears once and for all!
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THAT decision will be overturned on appeal. It is directly contrary to law- a law that was passed for this very reason. Comparable to suing Ford because they built a car used by a drunk driver who ran into someone.

15 U.S.C. §§ 7901-7903.

The law flatly orders pending cases to be dismissed, and bars filing further cases.
I agree, but the issue I see is that one must still hire an Attorney to bring up the Law. Judges tend to side with Attorneys, not Lay People. So, Brady and their demons, just need to keep bringing up these lawsuits, even if they get thrown out. Attorneys are not punished for frivolous law suits and neither are their clients. It doesn't cost much to initiate a Law Suit, especially if your Attorney is part of your movement. Gunmakers/Sellers must have Attorneys on call just to fight these. Obviously the Courts aren't going to stand up for the Law, as evidenced by the above law suit. Depends on what side of the fence they are on. I couldn't afford 5,000 to 10,000 dollars and those individuals who I purchase from also couldn't.
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And this is how Obamacare was born.

Frivolous law suits filed by lay people with high priced attorneys against the medical community.


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I agree, but the issue I see is that one must still hire an Attorney to bring up the Law. Judges tend to side with Attorneys, not Lay People. So, Brady and their demons, just need to keep bringing up these lawsuits, even if they get thrown out. Attorneys are not punished for frivolous law suits and neither are their clients. It doesn't cost much to initiate a Law Suit, especially if your Attorney is part of your movement. Gunmakers/Sellers must have Attorneys on call just to fight these. Obviously the Courts aren't going to stand up for the Law, as evidenced by the above law suit. Depends on what side of the fence they are on. I couldn't afford 5,000 to 10,000 dollars and those individuals who I purchase from also couldn't.
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The defendants said they cannot be sued because of the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, a 2005 law that shields firearm manufacturers and sellers from liability for harm caused by the criminal misuse of their non-defective products.
The case predates the 2005 Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. So far as i know the 2005 act is not an ex post facto (retroactive)law. Thats why the scummy Brady Bunch backed this case.
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Then should not a statute of limitations come into play?

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The case predates the 2005 Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. So far as i know the 2005 act is not an ex post facto (retroactive)law. Thats why the scummy Brady Bunch backed this case.
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