July 2010

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End of an Era? Another Crunch Berries Case Dismissed

When we last checked in on the Crunch Berries/Froot Loops line of cases, which allege that the marketing of these cereals leads people to believe they contain significant amounts of fruit, eight such cases had been filed and the plaintiffs' record…



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About Blawg Review

If your mind was thoroughly blown by this weekend's post, Blawg Review #271, that is not necessarily a bad thing but I probably should have explained that I was hosting the latest edition of Blawg Review, a long-running weekly feature in…


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Blawg Review #271

Since July 5 is X-Day, this Blawg Review will reflect upon the Church of the SubGenius.TM If you are already celebrating X-Day, congratulations. If you were unaware that today is X-Day, most likely this information was once in your possession…


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“Most-Sued Mascot in the Majors” Is Back in Court

"Grace Crass, of Wernersville, [Pennsylvania,] claims that she was at the [game] with her church group when the massive, green, bird-anteater hybrid climbed through the stands and onto her legs," said the report on June 30 about the latest tort…


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Good Reason to Kill #8: The Vuvuzela

An American living in Germany may be charged with assault after allegedly threatening to kill his neighbors with an ax if they didn't stop blowing their vuvuzelas during televised World Cup matches.  (This was before the U.S. was eliminated, so…