Well, not really Guardian, not really

That the Hogan suit was strategically filed in Florida, where local law requires the company to immediately pay down the entire fatally expensive judgment, is hidden between paragraphs 6 and 7 of Thiel’s piece in the Times.

Hogan lives there, the original events took place there….

6 thoughts on “Well, not really Guardian, not really”

  1. The Guardian seems to be unable to deal with the fact that a) Gawker is being closed down by a wicked capitalist BOO HISS but also b) it was a disgusting rag run by utter wankers (for example, it posted a video of an actual rape and when the victim asked them to take it down essentially said “No way, sue us, bitch HAHAHAHA”).

  2. What with this and Owen Smith’s ISIS meltdown today I’ve instructed my broker to increased my holding in Butterkist by 250%.

    Don’t eat the stuff myself but it’s got to be the hottest grocery category this year!

  3. “local law requires the company to immediately pay down the entire fatally expensive judgment”

    Isn’t that exactly how the Guardian likes tax appeals to be conducted?

  4. @ Richard
    No, the Guardian wants the tax payment *before* a court decides whether or not it is actually payable.

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