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    Re: Plaintiff's Counsels...Keep Up the Good Work

    Posted by ff on 3/18/04

    Mr. Darkness?

    Your perspective is certainly the flip side of what I have
    seen. Get a grip on it. Possibly, you're a victim of your
    own "team's" paticipation in suppression bias and believe the
    BS they put out?


    On 3/18/04, dd wrote:
    > Clever. Too bad archival retrieval on this site isn't
    > available. I can no longer sit at a campfire, attend live
    > music performances where smoking is permitted, work or be
    > around chemical cleansers, be in facilities regularly
    > with commercial pesticides, and much, much more. Course, I
    > was in the girl scouts and sitting around campfires and
    > eating marshmellows has been known to cause all sorts of
    > health problems that might cloud the issue of mold induced
    > illness. And the fact that I worked at a stables could be
    > equated to working in a grain silo, corn, specifically.
    > As for the frivolous lawsuits, no reasonable person would
    > willingly expose themselves to the rigorous scrutiny of
    > defense interrogatory and discovery for love or money unless
    > compelled to do so by grievous harm or wrongdoing, of course
    > there are exceptions, like the occasional defense counsel
    > that has morals and ethics. As for whore experts opinions,
    > defense bar holds the cards for that one, so you should no.
    > As for trials that go down in flames, we all know that it
    > takes money at every step to stay in the 'civil' justice
    > and defense bar holds the cards the majority of the time in
    > that game, too. Sounds like you watched the Devil's
    > repeatedly.
    > Archuleta
    > On 3/16/04, Dark Overlord wrote:
    >> Every frivolous lawsuit you file, every specious claim you
    >> make, every discovery response you obfuscate, every whore
    >> expert who opines, and every trial you go down in
    >> flames...we in the defense bar thank you.

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