Attorney Darren Brown joined Phil for a discussion of the lawsuit against Google whereby a woman got hit by a car after using the Google Maps direction feature. Is it frivolous? Hardly, according to Darren. Google is a big company. They can afford it. The thing that is unjust to Darren is that the lawyer representing the plaintiff in the Google case got there first while Darren and the rest of the lawyers of the world have to wait in line for their big shot. He was gonna sue BP and then along came the oil leak and that trumped his chicken-crap credit card class-action.
Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police announced tonight that he and his subcommanders will be outside theaters throughout Southern California on June 11 when “The A Team” comes out. They’ll be asking people in line questions and looking over their apparel to make sure none of them are “hyper-patriotic” and are likely to come out of the theater “and want to go and buy a van and blow things up.”