The law firm of Dewey, Cheetum, and Howe have been engaged by Acme in this suit. Attorney at Law Wolf T. Flywheel has made himself available for consultation.Posted by chasmatic at February 1, 2014 4:49 PM
Ross Ewage, spokesman for the Acme company, declined to comment.Posted by Ray Van Dune at February 1, 2014 5:55 PM
In ACME's defense, every mishap the Coyote suffered was in fact user error. The devices performed as advertised, and were easy enough to build that a coyote could put them together properly. He just didn't use them very well and gave up after one try.Posted by Christopher Taylor at February 1, 2014 8:14 PM
Ahem, Wiley is a member of disadvantaged group. The instructions and products in this case should accommodate those consumers that have no thumbs. May I bring your attention to a piece of legislation now before the Congress, in which thumbless critters are afforded the same rights as all other members of society?
The inequalities and racist overtones will soon be addressed by passing new laws governing manufacturers and retailers. The phrase "He's all thumbs" will no longer be Politically Correct.
(signed) W. T. Flywheel representative of the NAATC, fighting for Thumbless Critters everywhere.Posted by chasmatic at February 2, 2014 4:19 AM
This just in: Upon receipt of a substantial contribution to our PAC an Executive Order has been signed exonerating Acme Co and exempting its subsidiaries from further judicial process.
The NAATC has vowed a protest when the weather gets better.
W.T.Flywheel AALPosted by chasmatic at February 3, 2014 5:30 AM