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Old 12-10-2007, 08:41 AM
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That sucks but ummmmmmmmm ..... anyone got pics of her ?
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Old 12-10-2007, 10:59 AM
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this is sean lollipops is just fine i still have my 40 skater and the poker run is still on thanks to bret and his team we will always be open
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Good to hear Sean. Look forward to seeing you soon.
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Hey Sean ,thats great news. Did you end up getting another
Skater? Hope to see you in Jacksonville.

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Sean just keep Brett on a short leash, He will eat your profits
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Sean just keep Brett on a short leash, He will eat your profits
They have turned a profit since I was retained!!
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Old 12-10-2007, 12:28 PM
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Not to take anything away from the seriousness of the thread but I came down to Daytona for the weekend and Lollipops is still rockin' as usual!!! Nice to see Razzle's is updated as well.

Rumpshaker never knew you were Lollipop's Sean - I shoulda hit you up for the OSO hook-up! LOL

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Old 12-10-2007, 12:57 PM
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Mike,

I am not going to argue this with you as I can not stand in your shoes nor do I want to

But I am not uninformed on this subject

My wife is a nurse and i know what you are talking about

BoatMe, there is the fatal flaw in your arguement ....

You can't stand in Mike's SHOES.....

Unfounded lawsuits should be thrown out, looking to get compensated for a life altering act of negligence from another party is entirely different.

Here's a pretty simple test ( and Mike I hope you don't mind me using you as an example, but we all know your situation)

Ask Mike if he wishes the "accident" never happened?
Ask the driver the same question.
I'll bet you both answers are the same.
Now which one had the power to control the outcome originally?
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Arguing that monetary compensation for pain and suffering should be abolished is midlessly insensitive and downright moronic. The only conceivable cause for someone wanting another to not be compensated for damage done by another can only be some hyper-avarice run amok. Either that or having been on the receiving end of one of these judgments. A thousand years ago, it was an eye for an eye- literally. We've civilized since then but the concepts are still valid. What other way is there to compensate someone who's been harmed?

I'm not suggesting that juries don't make faulty awards- the woman and the hot coffee at McDonalds is one. Yet I find no similarity there. The other might be someone being awarded a hundred-million dollars for pain & suffering which is an example of justice gone wrong.

What we really need is professional jury panels. The only way you'll ever see a "jury of your peers" is if you're really bored at work or not bright enough to dodge it.
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I hope Mike posts pictures of before , during and after his accident. He didn't get rich after his accident but he deserved something to make his life easier after the terrible accident he was in. Those of you that have not gone through what he did have no idea.
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