The god problem downs personal injury suit v Appelbee’s

From Lowering the Bar:

An appellate court has ruled that “the danger posed by a plate of sizzling hot food [is] self-evident,” thus dooming a New Jersey man’s attempt to sue Applebee’s for burns suffered while bowing his head to pray over a plate of recently delivered fajitas. Perhaps in that situation one could pray just before the food has actually arrived? I think the Lord would still know which fajitas He was meant to bless.

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