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September 20, 2007

The Case of the Never-Ending Lawsuit: Pearson v. Chung

Chungs It's another sad moment for justice in America. A couple of months ago, I let readers know about the case of a dry cleaner temporarily misplacing a pair of "Judge" Roy Pearson's name-brand pants and his subsequent lawsuit.

Thankfully, with common sense Judge Judith Bartnoff ruled against Pearson and said he was to repay the Chungs the cost of the suit. 

But Pearson, of course, has appealed. So the never-ending lawsuit, or as I call it, "The Case of the Name-Brand Pants" is still in court. Unfortunately, the Chungs have been bullied so much that they recently sold their business. 

Let us say a prayer for the Chungs, but also let us remember to pray for Pearson.

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While I feel deeply for the Chungs, and I'm saddened and angered by Pearson's insensitivity in litigating over such a small matter, I can't help but smile at the thought of a suit with no pants.

Gina Dalfonzo

Lee, you are on a roll these days! :-)


I've often wondered if there's a correlation between sleep deprivation and spontaneous creativity in humor. Certainly in my case it seems like jet lag, stress and a small amount of poor quality shut-eye combine to send me on a punning and joking jag.

Thanks for continuing to provide me an outlet. I'll try to refrain from transmogrifying this site into "The Pun-t". ;-)

Kim Moreland

Lee, don't stop. We always appreciate a good laugh.

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