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Old 12-28-2003, 11:27 AM   #16
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So what was the point in throwing that word "liberal" in there? I didn't see anyone referring to the individual suing as an evil liberal.
Methinks that this place is devoid of humour.

Lighten up.

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Old 12-28-2003, 11:30 AM   #17
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He crashed into a railing that was presumably metal. Easy to see how he'd need stitches.
Bingo. And a lot of playgrounds these days are being replaced with other materials, such as plastic, that are less hazardous, because of these reasons.

Again, let the courts sort it out.

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Methinks that this place is devoid of humour.

Lighten up.

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Methinks someone wasn't really joking at all. Your words ("Let's forget the prevailing attitude that everyone who sues is some evil liberal for one moment.") sounded as in earnest as anything else you've written, but perhaps I don't get your sense of humor (which doesn't necessarily indicate I don't have one). If you weren't joking, please don't use that annoying old cover up of "oh I was only joking, you need to lighten up" routine. It's not very nice to try and make the other person look bad if you're the one that's mispoken. And if you were then my apologies.

In any case, this topic isn't worth arguing over and causing bad feelings, but I thought that the use of the term "evil liberals" was out of place and worth questioning. It seemed to me you threw it in for the benefit of some of the previous posters, who I believe if I'm thinking of the right individuals, tend to hold overall conservative views.
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Well there are in fact height, color, design restrictions for railings in city parks. If this park is in violation of this it needs to be looked into, but from this story we don't even know what type of railing this was.

As for suing for wages, well one may argue if the parents are his management and this is a majority of their income then maybe they have a case. But then you really need to question the mentality of stage parents.

I'm with Melon, we don't know everything in this case, let the courts decide.
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we can say that re: letting the courts decide on many things in here...and it's never stopped us putting our 2 bob's worth in before
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