Don't know why, but as soon as Hallclown started describing this case, I flashed to Goldie Hawn in Overboard, refusing to pay for a closet after all the work was done, bitching that of course Kurt Russell should have known you only use cedar for a closet.
To me, plywood, particle board, MDF are all shitty. Of course, I'm too poor to afford anything nicer. 🙂 Looking at the video, it seems like he could have gotten a better deal going retail without paying for a "custom" job. Those shelves look like shelves I bought 30 years ago for about 30 bucks. I could easily make a closet look that shitty for a whole lot less money.
Why did the plaintiff never file under her comprehensive plan? Her explanation for why she didn't file made no sense. And why she did wait two years for this?
Where's the dad?
The first photo looked like there were hundreds of little chips in the paint, but after seeing the defendant's pictures, apparently it's water drops? The photos in the plaintiff's stack were so close up that it was hard to determine what they were. And given that it's been 2 years, who knows how old those pictures really are.
Really unusual that she switched from USAA to State Farm. That doesn't happen much.
Also known as no good deed goes unpunished.
I'd like to think the cat has found a better situation.
Because the plaintiff hadn't yet done enough to piss off and smear the defendant.