|I guess you can sue if you|
spill coffee when you
tip the cup so you can
read the whole thing.
Now every place that has coffee to go has little warnings on their cups about hotness and being careful. Are you kidding me? If you do not know, on your own, without warnings, that coffee is hot, then you are probably someone who shouldn't be allowed to handle anything hot. Or be out on your own for that matter.
Ice and snow. People, when it's icy and snowy out, there is going to be ice and snow. You have to be careful not to slip and fall on it. If you do fall, please realize it's not necessarily anyone's fault. Sometimes people fall on the ice. Because it's icy. That's why they call it that. If the shopping center where you fell has shovelled and plowed, that's all they can do. That cannot dry the ground or keep the wet ground from refreezing. Pay attention to where you are walking and be careful.
|Babies drinking isn't funny. |
I don't think bars should
My buried annoyance about all this kind of stuff came to the surface as I was reading an article about Starbucks 40th anniversary. It caught my eye because the title was Starbucks Turns 40 with Sugary "Petite" Treats. It starts out by saying how (PS, make a note of this) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons this week, if you purchase a beverage, you will get one of their "petite" treats. I am thinking that sounds great. I don't really drink Starbucks coffee, but I can get an iced tea and a delicious free little dessert. I read on to find out that the author of the article is admonishing Starbucks because they claim they are about a heart-healthy diet and these treats fall far out of that category. She rambles on a lot more about it.
What?!?!? All I was thinking when I read the first part was "why yes, thank you, I would like a free tasty petite sugary treat." Next I thought "I don't really like the new logo they are about to start using." At no point did I get indignant at Starbucks for trying to undermine my healthy eating goals.
Who even thinks likes that? Crazy/ disgruntled/ too-much-free-time people, that's who. These people always have a lot of conspiracy theories too. I think they are also the same people with a lot of cats and 37 years worth of newspapers they are using to build their case.
|Talking about pan pizza makes|
me wish I had some right now.
I want to go through my life drinking hot coffee and extra-tequila margaritas (not together), eating pan pizza and free desserts. I am willing to accept the consequences. I will tell you, I am already planning my lawsuit against whoever messes that up for me. I have given fair (written) warning, so if they get sued, it's clearly their own fault.