Thursday, August 16, 2007
Russian KGB and Hannibal Lector had it coming, but what did the Holocaust Survivors ever do?
Jonathan Lee Riches is apparently one of the most litigious men in America, filing a plethora of lawsuits from a Virginia jail. In the most famous one, he lists 57 pages of defendants, including a numbers of the deceased, a number of inanimate objects, and, in the case of The Colossus of Rhodes, even some deceased inanimate objects. I kept trying to whittle it down to a list of the particularly comical, but it would become a case of "Well, I can' put Emeka Okafor on my lists of samples and leave off Nordic Gods," and so on.