February 21, 2013

Lawsuit of the Week

Via the New York Post: Homeless man sues parents for ‘too little love.’

A Brooklyn man slapped his mom and dad with a $200,000 lawsuit that blames them for leaving him homeless and destitute because they allegedly raised him and his sibling in a poor household — and didn’t love him enough.

Bernard Anderson Bey, 32, claims he never got enough affection or support from parents Vickie and Bernard Manley — so now he wants them to mortgage their share of a Bedford-Stuyvesant home so their family can buy two Domino’s Pizza franchises to employ them all, according to the bizarre suit.

“Our whole family is really poor, and my father doesn’t care about the situation,” Bey said yesterday. “I feel unloved and abandoned.”

Domino's?? Dude, at least do a Papa John's for heaven's sake. Domino's pizza blows!

Posted by Hube at February 21, 2013 06:02 PM | TrackBack

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"Domino's Pizza blows."

Dude, I agree completely. It tastes like plastic.

Posted by: Carl at February 21, 2013 06:09 PM

Here's another frivolous lawsuit... or rather, frivolous activism in this case:
http://www.startribune.com/business/192178941.html

Posted by: Carl at February 21, 2013 10:43 PM

My remark about Papa Johns over Dominos was in jest, actually. I think all corporate pizza sucks. I prefer authentic local mom and pop shop pizza. ALWAYS superior. The best I ever had was in Lexington, KY -- a place called Goodfellas. Culinary nirvana!

Posted by: Hube at February 22, 2013 07:30 AM

I agree with you about corporate pizza.. the local shops are always vastly superior. The best I ever had was a place called Sven and Ole's in Grand Marais, Minnesota, which is a town on Lake Superior. Best pizza I've ever had.

Posted by: Carl at February 22, 2013 02:55 PM

If I was his mother, I wouldn't love him so much either. :)

Posted by: Sara Noble at February 22, 2013 04:04 PM

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