Yesterday I published two posts. The second by mistake. I was so taken up with the story of Maisie and the Swarthy Gent in the Panama hat, that I hit publish and so it did so immediately. I had meant to programme it for today.
So today I am going to rest on my laurels and hope you enjoy both of yesterday’s posts – the one in response to the Trifecta Challenge entitled An Extremely Difficult Task and the second one continuing the saga of Maisie and her friends.
Oh yes, they still had their hats but…
Never say, “oops.”
Always say, “Ah, interesting.”
A couple of days ago I posted on stupidity and
fallacious frivolous claims before the courts and the amount of damages awarded to those who sued.
Today I have been told by a fellow blogger – Linda Cassidy Lewis – that in fact these are bogus cases. Click this link to see these and other bogus cases.
So I apologise. As with many others I assumed (made an ass of you and me) that these were true without taking the trouble to research them. Lazy writing and lazy blogging. I am surprised now that I didn’t research them to determine whether or not they were true. If you are a regular reader you will know that I usually go to great lengths in researching whatever my mind happens to decide is a suitable subject for my blog.
I unreservedly apologise to you all for misleading you in this way. But it was fun reading wasn’t it?
Oh and by the way, I have cancelled my plane ticket to the US. Won’t be buying that Winnebago after all.
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