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|3/8/2012 8:38:33 AM - lee
hey steve, just a heads up. i listen to talk radio most of the time. yesterday one of the programs was talking about a woman who sued her commerical gym, because she was using a bicycle as a prop to tie her shoe. the bike fell on her and caused significant damage. her lawyers claimed that since the bike was not secured to the floor, the gym was liable. i'm not sure, but i think she won the lawsuit.
I have a plan B incase of lawsuits. If anyone does have the balls to sue me I send as many haredened bikers as it takes to their house until they drop the suit. You'd be surprised, it really doesn't take that many unwanted biker house guests to get a person to change their minds.
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