The appellate court ruled that one of the factors that the next jury to hear this case must consider is whether Christoff should have noticed his mug on the Taster's Choice jars within the two-year statute of limitations, which brings me back to my first point.
I remember a number of years ago writing in to the old Ken and Bob show, which was a morning radio show on KABC-AM starring Ken Minyan and the late Bob Arthur. They had done a story on whether a gentleman who was driving a hearse with a dead body in it qualified for use of the carpool lane. They treated the subject in an amusing way, and I did a little research and sent them a letter giving them my whimsical take on the subject.
About a week after I sent the letter, I got several telephone calls from friends who told me that at 5:35 a.m. on a given morning, Ken and Bob read my letter on the air and joked about it. Now, at 5:35 in the morning I am generally fast asleep, so there is no way I would have heard it. However, I guess I am fortunate enough to have friends who are up at that hour to hear it and call me and tell me what I missed.