Yesterday’s Columbus Dispatch had an interesting story about high heels: The higher the heels, the greater the dangers.
It was actually pretty good . . . mostly.
Today I thought I’d do #3 in my series on how judges cheat. In Part 1 I told the story of a barefoot Sarah Feldt at a Marriott, and how those judges reinterpreted the plain language of a statute. In Part 2 I discussed my library lawsuits, and how the judges there just ignored arguments (and evidence) that they didn’t like.
Today I’ll look at a different lawsuit I filed against the Ohio State Fair.
There’s another bit of quackery associated with bare feet, and that’s reflexology. Now, before everybody goes nuclear on me, let me say that I’m not talking about foot massage, but the belief that various body organs are reflected on, and can be affect by, specific parts of our soles.
The human mind is endlessly inventive in coming up with ways to fool itself. It is only with using something like science that we can sort out the wheat from the chaff.