September 20, 2007
Pro Se Demand $5B from Google Over Upside Down SSN
Tech Dirt has a story on a Plaintiff who has sued Google because his social security number when turned upside down resembles the name Google as part of a secret code. It also needs a couple of numbers from the Philadelphia 76ers as part of the code. That's because the plaintiff lives in Pennsylvania. Rather than state the obvious about the pro se filing, one should view the Tech Dirt story for the real flavor of the suit. Plaintiff demands as damages, by the way, of $5,000,000,000.00. It's all in the handwritten filings. Stand in line, Viacom et al.
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