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Adam Smith, Chick-Fil-A Drive-Through Bully, Hassles Fast Food Employee And Gets Fired (VIDEO)

Adam Smith, Chick-Fil-A Drive-Through Bully, Hassles Fast Food Employee And Gets Fired (VIDEO)

Commented Aug 3, 2012 at 09:40:52 in Business

“This was not a free flow of opinions, this was an ambush of this youg lady. You know what happens when you ambush somebody? You get fired back on.”
Kate Middleton Hoax DJs Could Be Charged, UK Prosecutors Say

Kate Middleton Hoax DJs Could Be Charged, UK Prosecutors Say

Commented Dec 22, 2012 at 14:29:28 in Media

“PHG711
What do you think. Should every person in the world that laughed at the prank, and therefore were laughing at her before she killed herself should be charged. And how about every news and social media that reported it, and every reporter and photographer that approached her after the story broke. Maybe the whole of society should be charged with creating a world where we can no longer laugh at ourselves.”
James Holmes' Psychiatrist: 'Dark Knight' Shooting Suspect Was Seeing Therapist Before Massacre

James Holmes' Psychiatrist: 'Dark Knight' Shooting Suspect Was Seeing Therapist Before Massacre

Commented Jul 27, 2012 at 19:22:07 in Crime

“So did Lincoln, Grant, Wilson, FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, Johnson, Nixon, Reagan and let's not forget Washington the father of our country to mention a few. How in your mind does your comment compare in any way to this nut case in Colorado?”
Man Hurt In Hunt For Christmas Wreath Sues In-laws

Man Hurt In Hunt For Christmas Wreath Sues In-laws

Commented Oct 9, 2011 at 11:18:02 in Weird News

“What did you say? don't Don't step wheeeeeeeere! Oops”
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Martin Kessman, Overweight Man, Sues White Castle Because He Can't Fit In Seats

Commented Sep 12, 2011 at 12:35:29 in Home

“There is nothing about this story that really has anything to do with the size or eating habits of this man. This is a story about a self serving, greedy person that probably approaches most life situations in a narcissistic manor.”

Ossit on Sep 12, 2011 at 15:54:06

“You're right. It says nothing in the article that has anything to do with the size or eating habits of this guy. But I read a lot of comments where people were lecturing how this guy shouldn't go, or he should stay outside, one called him a beached whale, another called him another name. Is he self-serving? No more than skinny people who sue. I find it funny that a woman sues, and wins a lawsuit years ago against a fast food joint for being burned with hot coffee. Let's all remember that coffee is served hot, and you don't put it between your legs when you're pulling away. I'm sure she took off the top. She sued and won and I remember everyone was ticked at her because she won. Now there has to be a notice on coffee that says "hot"? This guy is no different than anyone else who wants to sue. He uses weight, others use a lot less and lawyers all make a big buck win or lose.”
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Martin Kessman, Overweight Man, Sues White Castle Because He Can't Fit In Seats

Commented Sep 12, 2011 at 12:21:56 in Home

“Remember the airlines will charge you for two seats”
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Martin Kessman, Overweight Man, Sues White Castle Because He Can't Fit In Seats

Commented Sep 12, 2011 at 12:20:32 in Home

“Yeah its tough when you can't find the right fit. It must be hard to explain why they keep falling off”
Most Expensive Cities In The World 2011: Mercer Cost Of Living Survey Has Surprising Results

Most Expensive Cities In The World 2011: Mercer Cost Of Living Survey Has Surprising Results

Commented Jul 13, 2011 at 23:21:24 in World

“I would like to know if these cities are rated by looking at total cost of basic needs (housing, transportation, clothing and food) as a percentage of average total income for the city's residence”

montemalone on Jul 14, 2011 at 16:10:15

“Based on the standard of living that an exec would maintain at home, and what it costs to replicate abroad.”

netzwerg on Jul 14, 2011 at 06:39:26

“No.”