If you’re a Red Bull imbiber, I guess you know you’re entitled to a $10 refund. It seems some disillusioned Red Bull “athletes” won a class-action lawsuit claiming they’d been misled by the sports beverage maker’s claims that drinking Red Bull would boost their performance and reaction times. I’ll reserve judgement as to whether they were incredibly gullible or just thought of a way to boost their chances of fifteen minutes of fame. They’re sure not getting rich off it! But it did get me thinking and I ‘d like your opinion.
Should I sue the avocado growers who banked on me seeing the bright red RIPE and not the smaller blue-bordered when soft.
But I guess I don’t have any legal leg to stand on since misleading as it may be – they are telling the truth.
And how about this. I didn’t buy it but one of my co-workers did. The words screamed out at me when I opened the fridge in the break room.
Now I ask you – fruit but no pulp? Hmm.
Get a load of this statement. Domino sugar is taking a chance on my interpretation.
Oops! Guess you can’t see it. I’ll write it out.
Well, I’m a firm believer in karma, so I’ll let these go. But there is one question that’s been going round and round in my inquiring mind for many moons. Anybody remember Keds and PF Flyers, the Nikes of the 1950’s?
Did Keds live up to their promises?
How about PF Flyers?
My mother would never buy them for me so I had to make do with generic sneakers. She said all those ads were just nonsense. But maybe you had a pair of Keds or PF Flyers. Was my mother right? If she was – you just might have the makings of a class action suit.
I never knew since my mother refused to pay their prices. She said it was all just nonsense p. so any baby boomers out there, was she right? If so, maybe you can sue for nonsense. Red Bullers did.