Re: [OT] Suing for hot coffee [Was: Re: UnrealIRCd License (Click-Through issue)]
* Don Armstrong (email@example.com) [030920 21:50]:
> On Sat, 20 Sep 2003, Joe Drew wrote:
> > Contrary to popular belief, the McDonald's coffee case was not
> > frivolous.
> > http://www.centerjd.org/free/mythbusters-free/MB_mcdonalds.htm
> First off, hot coffee causes 2nd degree burns, not 3rd degree
> 1: Assuming that you're not going swiming in the stuff, of course.
In this case she did "swim" in it, see also
http://www.lectlaw.com/files/cur78.htm (which describes that case IMHO
No, it's not "indicative of larger judgements".
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