Just flipping through the Post this morning, we find the latest story about the judge who sued the drycleaners:
A day after the dry cleaners he sued tried to make peace, D.C. Administrative Law Judge Roy Pearson filed notice yesterday that he plans to appeal the verdict against him to the District’s highest court.
Then, from a story about that miserable jerk Don Imus settling with CBS, this little passage:
The Associated Press reported that Kia Vaughn filed the lawsuit alleging defamation of character in state Supreme Court in the Bronx.
Her lawsuit, believed to be the first by a player in the case, says Imus and his former sidekick Bernard McGuirk, along with CBS Corp. and CBS Radio, are legally responsible for damage to her character and reputation. There is no dollar amount listed in the suit.
More in this AP story.
Thankfully, the extremely and consistently funny Stephen Pastis, creator of “Pearls Before Swine,” has a suitable storyline going in today’s comic strip.
Pastis has a new collection out, Da Brudderhood of Zeeba Zeeba Eata: A Pearls Before Swine Collection. Recommended.
UPDATE (Noon): The Post’s Emil Steiner blogs a pointed question about Pearson: “Has the line between persistence and insanity ever been so well defined?”
Latest posts by NAM (see all)
- Manufacturers Win Several Website Design Awards - June 15, 2011
- China Makes Commitments on Trade, Intellectual Property - December 16, 2010
- ITC Details Widespread Theft of Intellectual Property in China - December 14, 2010