In the Aug. 19 Democratic presidential debate Hillary Clinton mentioned that Karl Rove is obsessed with her. She might have some good evidence to prove her point. But a true case of obsession would be that of Roy Pearson and his ongoing battle with the owners of Custom Cleaners located in the D.C. area.
This man, a D.C. administrative law judge (do not confuse that title with a real judge), sued the husband and wife owners of the cleaners because they lost some pants to one of his high-dollar suits. They did what they could to replace the pants or to pay him, but he slapped them with around a $60-million lawsuit. He said their "Satisfaction Guaranteed" sign in the window was at issue. He also had a few other claims.
He lost the case. The owners of the cleaners, meanwhile, have struggled financially and psychologically through the whole ordeal. Now, after the dry cleaners asked that he pay their legal fees since he lost the case, he is appealing.
Enough already. My hope is that his local law bar reviews his mental stability (formerly I had "ethics").
And while his appeal makes me sick, I'm proud to report that we have gone many days now without a single throw-up incident. Adding the second box also is proving a good move. The change in menu certainly has been helpful too. No appealing these results!