Was reading the paper the other day and found a photo of a couple in Colorado Springs. A pediatric neurosurgeon removed a brain tumor from their baby boy’s head . . . and found a foot and other body parts inside the tumor.
Wow. I’m thinking (and I’m no medical expert) that this may have been part of an undeveloped twin, sometimes known as fetus in fetu. A similar situation actually has given me an idea for a novel that’s not out yet . . . but it’s coming. 🙂
Another article informed me that an appeals court turned down a request for a new trial from a former Washington, D.C. judge who sued his dry cleaner for 54 MILLION DOLLARS because they lost his pants.
I mean–really! What were those pants made of, spun gold? Fifty-four MILLION DOLLARS?
The paper said three appellate judges agreed Pearson failed to show the store’s advertising (they had a sign saying ‘satisfaction guaranteed’) was fraudulent. But he can still ask the entire nine-judge appellate court to review the case or appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Has our judicial system gone nuts? I’m just sayin’ . . . fifty four million dollars? Judges should know better.