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  • Dr Maturin
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    Originally posted by bakana
    The US Congress, in cooperation with our Commander in Thief is busy doing away with All lawsuits except the ones filed BY Large Corporations.
    Us Peons who can't Afford Justice are no longer allowed to Sue.
    Good. Now people have to WORK for their money.

    Seriously, you are misinterpreting it.

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  • bakana
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    Go for compensation for pain and suffering.
    The US Congress (a wholly owned subsidiary of Haliburton) , in cooperation with our Commander in Thief, is busy doing away with All lawsuits except the ones filed BY Large Corporations.
    Us Peons who can't Afford Justice are no longer allowed to Sue.

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  • Dr Maturin
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    Go for compensation for pain and suffering.

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  • alk3hol
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    Here's a wonderful explnation of the MGM suit from The Letterbox and Widescreen Advocacy Page.

    http://widescreen.org/commentaries/2005_01_jan.shtml

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  • Ranger1
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    Does MGM owe you some money? Apparently, some disgruntled customers determined that Metro Goldwyn Mayer or MGM got the wide-screen measurements on over 300 movies wrong, and it affected the way the movie looked on TV screens.

    *Taken from http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11347

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  • bakana
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    So, what was Wrong with the DVDs ?

    Don't play?

    Mislabeled ?

    Other ?

    I looked at the web site, but it didn't seem to include that little tidbit.
    Either that, or I didn't find the right page.

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  • Towelmaster
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    I do see a lot of movies that were 'defective' anyway... I mean; Boxing Helena? GOD, that was a bad one!

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  • Gkar4ever
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    I have about 3 movies on their list, and my folks over 30.....where are the claims forms? We Canucks aren't well-versed on class-action lawsuits....any help forthcoming?

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  • MGM loses class action suit for 325 defective DVD movies

    http://www.mgmdvdsettlement.com/

    Very interesting.
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