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I don't run.
But I love a good fight that consumes precious limited judicial resources, has zero impact on the greater good and establishes no precedential value, as much as the next civil litigator.
That's obviously not this case in which, as you may recall, for 8 years
Kuvin earned his J.D. during the litigation and like most succesful lawyers today with busy practices, started a blog to further his pick up litigation.
Cursing the PCA opinion from the bunker? Or the denial of cert from Tally? This case had the en banc Third reverse a panel of that Court, and the F.S.C. weighed in. An issue of great pubic importance or statutory interpretation, indeed.
I guess the blog worked. After the expenditure of resources by both sides to press on with the epic 8 year legal battle, spent from battle, The Planning and Zoning Board is changing course. Sort of. The proposed law has many "details," to wit:
- The pickup can’t have more than two axles and four wheels. (We call those "duelies".)
- No Gunracks allowed.
- No women may be in or around the truck, while wearing "short-shorts".
- No chewing tobacco while driving the truck.
- Only the front of the pickup can face the street. (I have a real problem with this one, as sometimes its easier to have the rear out.)
Personally, since my practice is slow, I am considering a push to permit mailboxes held by grey, chubby, lifesize manatees and the like. I figure that as long as we don't allow The Rock and Roll into The Gables, we should be ok.