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But what gets me is that I heard on the radio this morning is that some stupid law could go in favor of the idiots and make McDonals fire the manager and award millions to the idiots and they win for being stupid. But when I came out the club and checked my clutch for my fone I immediately got on my other fone and dialled Tmobile and got that fone locked da fucc down. Not that it would be a bad thing. Colorful Burgers Because Why Not? What is not answered is:
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Rather than working harder and trying to make a better buck for himself and the missus, he'd rather capitalize on the objectification of his wife, by further objectifying her in a lawsuit, and with the added bonus of covering up for his own stupidity. Mike, I know you often reply to comments, but since I'm not seeing it here I thought I'd ask outright: Back at the owner of the phone. Erv Server , 25 Nov Why oh why could I not get called for this jury! Seems like a setup to me.
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Is this McDonald's fault? The mistake he made was that he did not delete them before arriving at Mcdonalds for a meal unfortunately he accidentally left his phone behind when he exited. The one verified photo of Tina Sherman in lingerie that accompanies some news stories which can be found in about 10 seconds with a simple web search shows her to be a brunette, while Katja is a blonde. The article isn't clear. Manager Aaron Brummley declined to comment, and other company officials didn't return messages. Discussion in ' News Flash! While the principle of "implied copyright" does exist, it's difficult to use it in court.
Yes, you are to blame for what happened. If an employee harassed a customer sexually, no one would blink at a lawsuit against McDonalds, even though the employee was hired by the franchise. Amateur ghetto couples orgasm. The employee would have been working at least at the time he took the phone, so McDonalds is on the hook. Most McDonalds restaurants are franchises if I'm not mistaken, so it would be the franchise owner and not the corporation that would be liable if anybody. The problem I have is the "genuine harm" part.