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MOBUCKK91

Columbia, MO (via West Chester, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   May 28, 2015

"There are no traffic jams along the extra mile." ~ Roger Staubach

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: AJ Hawk
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jared Sullinger
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Sporting KC

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Jan 2020

Full Value - not including sovereign immunity caps (if there are any here), $500k - $600k; with comparative negligence, probably somewhere around $100k - $400k mark depending on how the jury sees it.  It's a pinky finger with and the dude's not a hand model .... so as bad as the injury sounds, in the grand scheme of things, he's just fine.  I am unfamiliar with the jurisdiction it's in.

Comment 09 Jan 2020

duh ... they still hold it at that temp ... and EVERYONE has known forever (or should know) that serious burns can occur from scalding hot coffee.  You're proving nothing here - and that last line of "not fit for consumption" is a crappy plaintiff's attorney from CA spewing forth more junk.  Check your own home brewing station.  I guarantee you it'll brew around 190.  Further, the national coffee association says to have a brewing temp between 195-205 degrees ... holding temp around 185  https://www.ncausa.org/About-Coffee/How-to-Brew-Coffee.  That kind of rhetoric on the plaintiff attorney's site is not worth much .. 

Comment 09 Jan 2020

facts is a loose term on that page ... the allegation that it was dangerously hot is a matter of opinion ... and I can guarantee you Dunkin brews it's coffee just as hot if not hotter.  And I know that McD's brews its coffee at the same temps as before. 

Comment 09 Jan 2020

.... and I'm a claims guy.  There are more lawsuits out there than you can shake a stick at.  It's going to come down to an alleged defective and/or dangerous condition of property the property owner could have or should have known about because it was in the full care, custody, and control of the property owner, and regular negligence because they directed the the plaintiff where to sit, how to sit, the object with which to sit (yadi yadi yada ...) and possibly a product defect claim against the manufacturer.  Of course, there is the defense of comparative negligence on the plaintiff's part - how he used/misused the chair.  If this was part of the University's property, sovereign immunity could come in to play depending on the statutes involved .... 

Comment 23 Dec 2019

Whoah!   2 from Lakota West??!   Being in Missouri, I don't keep up on home town stuff like I'd like to.  I remember 2 kids back in 1991 coming out of Lakota that were of similar size - 6'6", 300 and 6'2" 200 that were just great athletes - that had offers to multiple programs as well.  Great to see some Lakota kids standing out!!

Comment 10 Dec 2019

This information just doesn't get old ... and it has really sent the punditocracy from Clemson's boards in a tizzy  - especially on Twitter - whoah boy.  They act like you just called their mom a slut or something with this information - it is really unbelievable.

Comment 09 Dec 2019

wow ... the delusion of the speed disparity is SKRONG ..... although each side has its homers, this is an amazing list of #hottakes!