Re: Mauriice Murphy , 109,500 miles Bike to Work
Posted by Rem Dude on 3/01/10
"In the early years there were individuals that would cook houses to
rapidy develop mold conditions by soaking carpets, sealing doors, and
walls. The litigation at that time was mold was gold. Fraud was being
It is still going on today and has become quite popular with those who
what to break rent/lease agreements or simply no longer want to pay for
their housing expenses. If they can make a few extra bucks coughing and
hacking, all the better.
On 3/01/10, johncodie wrote:
> On 2/25/10, Sharon wrote:
>> I see people biking to work all the time here in Ca. What I don't get
>> about you, John, is that you present an analogy that Mr. Murphy was a
>> productive human being because he did not file a lawsuit claiming he
>> was harmed by mold.
>> Yet, you yourself were a plaintiff in a mold lawsuit.
>> So how does that equate in your mind that people who file lawsuits for
>> injuries to health and/or property from mold are useless slackers who
>> are burdens on society?
> The analogy doesn't have anything to do with any lawsuit Mr. Murphy
> filed,or did not file because of anything. It does indicate that he was
> an individual who chose to be independent,and would refuse rides because
> of his desire for affirming his independance.
> I wasn't a plaintiff in a mold lawsuit. I was a plaintiff in a beach of
> contract law suit. The city condemned the property, I fought to perseve
> the integreity of the property as long as possible, 5 1/2 years. The
> insurance company could have tried to get an injunction, but claimed
> they had no knowledge; even, when they had been informed by registered
> Plumbers work with toxins each and every day, but are taught to take the
> precautions for themselves, and their client to keep it clean. We as
> childen are taught to be clean, and maintain clean our property.
> An injury is an event that can be prevented,cured, and/or defined; Not a
> birth defect, not a declining state of health.
> In the early years there were individuals that would cook houses to
> rapidy develop mold conditions by soaking carpets, sealing doors, and
> walls. The litigation at that time was mold was gold. Fraud was being
> There are generations of old timers, pioneers that have had 100 year old
> dwellings with no air conditioning, and that old stale smell of antique
> that lived on into their years.
> Its a message that if you and your belongings smell stale, and your
> possessions have mold growing from them, and your health is poor it just
> might be your nerves, and not the mold. ie. mold is not gold, get rid
> of it if it bothers you!
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