Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Burrito vs Superior Court

Another Post from Nov 10, 2006:

Ok. I have now formally left normality. When our judicial system is used to debate a burrito...
"The Panera Bread Company bakery-and-cafe chain says yes. But a judge said no, ruling against Panera in its bid to prevent a Mexican restaurant from moving into the same shopping mall.

Panera has a clause in its lease that prevents the White City Shopping Center in Shrewsbury from renting to another sandwich shop. Panera tried to invoke that clause to stop the opening of an Qdoba Mexican Grill restaurant.

But Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Locke cited Webster's Dictionary as well as testimony from a chef and a former high-ranking federal agriculture official in ruling that Qdoba's burritos and other offerings are not sandwiches."
When a judge has to consult a CHEF (!!) and an agricultural official (!!???) to determine what a burrito is, our system of government has fallen. Would have expected him to actually gone outside to the nearest street vender selling burritos to ask them. But no!! This IDIOT judge had to first, take the case, and then ask a chef who has never made a burrito and an Ag official who has never grown a burrito.

Wouldn't it have made more sense for this lunatic judge to go to one of his bretheren in the streets and along with his interpreter ask that illegal immigrant what a burrito was.

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