Tavern’s terrifying Taurus, cont’d

by Walter Olson on July 1, 2011

Yet another lawsuit against a Manhattan bar filed by a patron who fell off its mechanical bull [New York Post]

{ 5 comments }

1 Alan K. Henderson 07.02.11 at 9:08 pm

Oh, at first I thought someone was discriminating against people born between late May and late July.

2 Alan K. Henderson 07.02.11 at 9:10 pm

Oops, make that late April to late May. (Summer temps are getting to me already.)

3 kimsch 07.03.11 at 12:39 pm

His attorney’s name is Fuhrer. He was “sidelined” for three months from his financial services job and was in a long leg cast for 6 weeks. Heck I was in a long leg walking cast for 6 weeks TWICE while in the army and I wasn’t “sidelined”. Sure there were things I couldn’t do with the cast on, but there were plenty of things that I could do including qualifying with a rifle.

4 Patrick 07.03.11 at 4:03 pm

His attorney’s name is Fuhrer.

I can’t get over that either. Hell, I blogged about one of the earlier cases against Johnny Utah’s (so did Walter Olson), but all I can think is that somewhere in New York there’s a man who’s gone his entire life with the name “Fuhrer”.

He should sue his parents.

5 Ken 07.20.11 at 2:41 pm

“Mein Fuhrer! I can sue!”

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