There's even more to that lawsuit. McD's had years of memos showing
many, many complaints and burned customers yet they decided the money
paid in potential lawsuits would be less than lost revenue from people
not buying their coffee if they decided to lower the serving temperature.
The judge in the case decided to make it hurt.... even if just a little.
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
I wouldn't mind seeing Red Skelton again. When I was a kid, the family
would gather around the giant 23" B&W console TV and watch The Red
Skelton show. He was funny without being lascivious, something that
doesn't seem possible these days. O_o
2012 09:40:18 -0600 typed in rec.crafts.metalworking the following:
Yep. Although it turns out that he knew and told some of the
dirtiest stories - but always backstage, never out front.
My Dad caught one of his shows while he was in the service. Half
way through his act he told the audience "Sorry, I don't have enough
material for two complete shows, so any of you guys who were here for
the first show will have seen this next bit before." I think that is
when Dad became a real fan.
I love his bit about how to drink coffee and donuts. "You must
extend your little finger when you dunk. It's to catch the edge of
the cup, otherwise you could go into the cup up to your elbow."
Go not to the Net for answers, for it will tell you Yes and no. And
On Fri, 07 Dec 2012 13:09:41 -0800, pyotr filipivich
You hold it out beyond your knees, with one hand, and pry the cover i[
with the other hand. If (when) it spills, it goes onto the carpet.
It's not rocket science. Or stick it in one of the cupholders.
If they put the drawing on the side of the cup, some dufus would claim
that they turned the cup to read it and burned themselves.
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