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Rant #8: People attempting to sue companies.Category: (general)
Monday, 6 September 2010
11:05:29 PM (GMT)
I love watching those stupid judge shows, because people are always suing others for
ridiculous shit like clothes and sinks and random bull that's not even worth it. But
what's funnier than people suing people, is people suing companies. Dumbest shit

First of all, it's best for you to just buy a new laptop instead of suing a large
company like Dell because your new laptop won't turn on. What a waste of time. You
know they're gonna own you in court, so it's probably easier to just leave it alone,
consult a computer repair shop or something.

Who cares if you found a bone in your burger at McDirt's? Keep it as a souvenir, for
fuck's sake. But don't sue McDonald's. You'll lose. And if you win, it won't be a big
deal, because everyone will make fun of you because you sued fuckin' McDonald's!

The best and simplest solution to all of your problems in life is to stop. If your
new laptop doesn't work, bring it back and don't buy a new one. If you choke on a
bone at McDonald's, move on to Subway. Easiest solutions EVER, but people are too
fucking stupid and selfish and feel the need to involve their personal problems with
the rest of the world. Completely ridiculous.

/end of rant.

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