Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Triumphant return

Hello to all of you who missed me during my brief absence (by all of you, I mean, of course, no one). Today I came across this cute bit from a case called Casella v Morris, 820 F2d 362:

"Fuzzy Wuzzy's Family

Morris and his wife together owned 50% of Concepts, an entity incorporated for the purpose of franchising Fuzzy Wuzzy Wizard Wonderland of Food and Fantasy, ("Fuzzy Wuzzy" or "Wonderland") pizza restaurants. Morris and his wife together also owned an undetermined percentage ownership interest in Centers, an entity incorporated in Florida for the purpose of owning and operating the first Fuzzy Wuzzy restaurant, located in Tampa, Florida. The District Court, oddly failing to use the readily available "fuzzy" idea, described the lines between the corporations as "blurry, if they existed at all.""

Now tell me that last line isn't priceless.

The case also has sub-headings such as "Fuzzy Wuzzy has no Heir" and "Malice in Wonderland"...

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