A deal’s a deal, claims an Aurora murder suspect who wants his former hostages to pay up in court for breaking a pledge made at knife- point to hide him out.
First of all, this tool should be taken out of the gene pool, because a) he’s a violent thug and 2) because he’s too stupid to exist.
Second, any lawyer who actually takes this case needs a bullet in the brain.
Dimmick wants $235,000, saying he wants to pay the hospital bills that resulted when he was shot by a SWAT officer as he wielded a knife inside the Rowley home.
Seriously, please sterilize this tool before he finds an equally stupid female whom he can impregnate! Please!!
If he had broken into my home with a knife, he’d have faced the business end of my M1911, and he wouldn’t have survived to have been shot by SWAT.
Three years ago, teenager Lauren McClusky thought she’d help raise money for the Special Olympics in Chicago by staging concerts with local bands. Lauren raised more than $30,000 to help people with conditions like Down syndrome or autism take part in sports competitions.
Because her last name is McClusky, Lauren called the concert series “McFest.” After 3 years of success, she applied to trademark the McFest name. Silly — Didn’t she know that might make McDonald’s unhappy?
McDonald’s sees that a san infringement on its trademarks, something the McDonaldland lawyers refer to as “the McFamily of brands.”
These include (deep breath): McPen, McBurger, McBuddy, McWatch, McDouble, McJobs, McShirt, McPool, McProduct, McShades, McFree, McRuler, McLight — and even the prefix “Mc” itself.