The G.O.A.T. of Frivolous Lawsuits?

No one keeps records for bizarre, frivolous lawsuits. Why would they? Still, Jonathan Lee Riches must be in contention for the U.S., or even the world, record. His pride in being a serial litigant was seen in a dispute with Guinness World Records. After claiming (incorrectly) that Guinness was going to name him the world’s […]

Weekend Edition: 3-13

Q Droppings

The COVID vaccines are bioweapons, sheeple Life, The Quniverse, And Everything

Nonbookish Linkage

Who wouldda thunk? States with Republican governors had the highest COVID incidence and death rates Why the internet always says your headache is cancer NASA is worried about pirates?!? The renewed pandemic of car warranty robocalls Hating on double spacing […]

Loco Lawsuits: God v. Chrissie Hynde

As noted in a prior post, sometimes litigants claim to be God. There’s one such lawsuit I didn’t mention in that post because it’s one of my favorites. And, once again, it’s from a Pennsylvania federal court.

“Joseph Mallon, God” filed 11 separate lawsuits in 1992. The defendants included Harvard Law School, the People of […]

Hitler’s Genocidal Plans for the USSR

Adolph Hitler’s decision to invade the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941, is a key turning point in World War II. Called Operation Barbarossa, it caused millions of military and civilian casualties. Long before the military strategy was drawn up, though, Hitler made clear that one of his goals was exterminating wide swathes of Russian […]

Weekend Edition: 3-6

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

SCOTUS Won’t Explain Why It Keeps Blocking COVID Restrictions (“Without issuing any signed opinions of the court, SCOTUS has revolutionized the constitutional law of religious freedom.”)

Most Apt Comeuppance of the Week

Man killed by rooster he was readying for a cockfight

Elitist Ass of the Week

Presumptuous plastic […]