2288 How the F**k Does a Company 'Accidentally' Compose AND Print Multiple Copies of a Legal Document? (media.patriots.win) posted 105 days ago by Moebius 105 days ago by Moebius +2291 / -3 162 comments download share 162 comments share download save hide report block hide replies
Like when PayPal accidentally introduced the fine for ‘misinformation’
Or when the Smithsonian accidentally leaked their Blackness vs Whitness document.
Or like when the cheating spouse accidentally banged your best friend.
Like when that TV station accidentally showed Katie Hobbs won over Kari Lake weeks before the election.
Like when Tucker accidently texted multiple times that 2020 election wasnt stolen and was more upset about losing viewers.
Oh man, you just defiled the sacred cow 😂
I am a fan of Tucker and all I can say is that I hope he changes his mind one day. If not, fuck him.
Seems like he has changed his mind on the 2020 election and a few other things.
I think it is more sad that he would lose supporters for talking about election fraud, what does that say about the right?
that one was an unfortunate "yep, they're gonna steal it again" moment
Wait, that one was true, she got out of the shower, tripper, and landed on my dog's dick. Man's best friend my ass.
Hey man, she just tripped and her vagina landed on his penis. Are you calling her a liar!?
It wasn’t her fault. She tripped and fell. I tried to help her up and she pulled me on top.
BTW - how is little Schiffy doing?
That document cracks me up, I'm glad I saved it.
"Whiteness values hard work, timeliness, and family. Be mindful of when you may be acting too white!"
It wasn't a leak
They took the graphic down (I have copies saved), but the article and the graphic were very much deliberately published on their website, not leaked.
Exactly. It’s called a “lie” - often referred to by the illegitimate occupying regime as “disinformation” or “misinformation.”
This company should be currently forced to create multiple funds right now - one for the environmental cleanup costs and ongoing monitoring, and one for the bodily injuries, property damage, health costs, ongoing health monitoring costs, and general damages for the people they impacted with their strict liability and their negligence. Each fund should start with a couple billion dollars at least. That’s the start.
That’s what BP did after the oil spill
Needs to be the same thing here
BP didn't follow up on diddly squat once the headlines went away.
I live in the Florida panhandle. BP paid claims from Panama City to New Orleans. I personally know 25 people who received compensation from BP including hotel and property owners and store owners in the French quarter.
BP was paying claims with almost no documentation. They were shoveling money at people. I saw it firsthand. Maybe some people got screwed but a lot of people got claims paid.
I read the actual document. The wavier wording is a bit squirrely. It appears they are trying to get a waiver for any claims while they are doing testing and on the property, but the wording of of the wavier says any and all claims including Bla, Bla, Bla the testing. It could have been done intentionally, but my guess is they were trying to get the document out quickly and fucked up. They had to know if they intentionally tried to get any and all claims waved, the shit would hit the fan (as it is) and would create more of a shit storm then they already have.
Union Carbide in India. Isn't that why all the mom and pop convenience stores and motels are owned by the "Patels"?
And Blackrock and their other GlobalHomo shareholders should foot the bill.
Of course, dont expect the communist government to make them do the right thing. The only justice left is just us.
Wonder if NS is going to follow the same path and pull the form for a few weeks until the outrage dies down and then quietly reintroduce it.
Like PayPal did
It's amazing how many people have no clue they put it back after a few weeks and still treat it like some sort of massive win.
and then put it back in like 2 weeks later
I accidentally didn’t file taxes last year. I also accidentally bumped up my deductions to 9. Oops.
Accidentally? They don't.
Some of the worst lying pieces of shit on the planet.
Almost as bad as pedo Joe Biden.
They sure make a lot of mistakes huh?
Proof that the incompetence runs from the bottom to the top.
Can never be trusted.
In convenient directions.
Gesture at accountability as you roll out a team of dozen lawyers to draft documents that legally absolve you of any responsibility.
Use all the words that are the opposite of how you plan to handle the event - “transparency”, “cooperation”, “working together”.
Congratulations, you’re a grade A Blackrock bullshit artist.
This form is different, havent seen what OP screen shot is claiming.
SeawolfEmeralds 2 days ago +1 / -0
When kids in the area grow up and their kid has another kid growing off their conjoined twin, these papers will resurface because the parents signed it.
Unnecessary quotes hehe. The accident is the form getting posted on Twitter.
Oooh how they hate Twitter now.
Journalism is a threat to our democracy
You know, like when I accidentally robbed a bank or accidentally stole a new car.
Wasn't an accident. We have a good friend that lives in Palestine who had to be evacuated. She read the contract and saw it released them from liability. She asked the people who came to do the test about it and they confirmed that yes if they do this test you are releasing the company from liability. She ended up having a private company come in her do her tests
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Open Phuck the Victim File and print the shiot out them.
Not unlike Covid, I struggle with the fact that people were selling their souls and perhaps lives for a thousand dollars.
With Covid, it could have been as little as a doughnut.
It's horrible. Really just sad.
What kind of doughnut?
I’ll do anything for a jelly filled donut…
Children were being injected without "legal" consent for ice cream.
So they are null and void now?
I'm sure that's a matter for the Courts...
Yes , of course of course...sigh
Contracts can not supersede existing laws.
Ah yes, this can be challenged in court, where surely the truth will prevail!
After the class action suit, you’ll get a check for about tree fiddy
>.> yeaaaaah... in principle. Principles are so rampant in .gov and lawfare. It's a crisis of too much conscience!
Depends on what you're talking about because you can't contract for criminal activity but you can most certainly contract away your legal rights, like your right to sue.
Fraud vitiates everything
That's working really well for the stolen election...
Literal WWIII at our doorstep.
Forced gene therapy for government workers and military.
Wokeness running rampant in the military.
Yes. For society to function, we have to have rules and then everyone has to agree to them, follow them, and enforce them. Half of our country throw all of that out, re-wrote the rules no one else agreed to, and prosecutes everyone else under new or old rules as it suits them.
Oh no ... (lolz) no no no no no no no no. They're BINDING.
They are 10 steps ahead of us because they don't care if it sounds ridiculous. They KNOW it sounds ridiculous! But they also know no one will do anything about it...and in 2 weeks our attention spans will dissolve the story. It's too easy.
Gonna take me two weeks to process this.
They accidentally got caught.
They didn't even have to lie. They could have said ok, huge train crash, bad policies, shit happens, you're stuck with it now. But noooo, they're so confident they don't need your vote, they lie even when it's completely unnecessary like it's some kind of instinct for them. Smug lizard-people.
Literally. - lawyers 'First on the Scene'
I knew someone who lived in VA and a navy plane I think it was an F16 crashed on his apartment complex and the first people to show up were lawyers offering people a few thousand dollars to settle on the spot instead of going to court.
“Caboose chasers”. Oh, wait…Booty-Judge didn’t bother to show up 😒
I guess they arrived 'before' the ambulances!
When lawyers draft a document they make it most advantageous to their client. Then during long negotiation processes these documents change significantly depending on the client and the other parties push back.
So I could see this happening in this case. The people didn't have lawyers, the government is watching their own interests (which isn't the people).
The pushback is part of the process. Seems we need lawyers on our side when these incidents happen
A lot of "accidents" have happened the past 2 years.
Accidently on purpose!
the managers should be forced to clean up with their bare hands
These and the types like them need to be ended.
Seems Norfolk Southern is accident prone.
They got caught and had to back track.
Yup. They look like COLD HEARTLESS BASTARDS and THIS was their best response...OOPSIE...
That was no mistake they tried to get desperate people to take a small amount of money and in the process sign away their rights.
i do believe they were personalized with name and address of the victim... some "mistake"
It's even more offensive when you realize how large corporations and government works. At least 10 people need to sign off on everything.
They're like children who got caught red handed, yet still swear up and down it was a misunderstanding. They knew exactly what they were doing, and the only reason why they even admitted they provided the wrong documents is not because people spread the word about it, but because no one was signing it. So they knew all they were getting for their troubles was bad PR. If the signing rate of that document was high, they wouldn't have apologized for shit.
It's also clear they chose that old guy in the press conference to look like they're from the area. After all, you'd be receptive to listening to your grandpa wouldn't you? If it was Detroit, they probably would have sent a black representative that looked like Malcolm X. Except it wouldn't have happened in Detroit, because this is deliberate white conservative genocide being perpetrated, which is exactly why they OK'd the burn off in the first place.
Every large business in America is turning out to be giant dickwads over the past few years.
As soon as they get a chance to do the right or wrong thing, they have pretty much always chosen poorly.
It'd be a realistic expectation that any such waivers would fail the test of reasonableness, and thus be rendered void ?
I'd worry that the legal department of the company, if they suggested such action, are of a far lower capability than would be suggested by their no doubt high salaries.
More likely its the result of the C Suite passing bricks through rectums.
No, that's not what the unreasonableness standard is meant to address.
What you would be hoping for is a judge with the balls to declare it unconscionable. Which is rare. Especially since a judge can protect his tee time by simply abiding by the contract.
Assuming that claims for damages would be civil ? In which case we're talking Tort ? and reasonableness would be a factor ?
However, lets assume for a while that serious damage to health has occurred to residents of East Palestine, It'd make a deal of sense for the railroad to settle. No doubt Americas Mayor would be on hand to ensure that they survived any mega payouts. Of course, if there's been serious contamination of the water table, all bets are off.
You can contract away your rights to bring a civil claim.
So are they willing to void any signed agreements?
Imagine putting your signature on a legal waiver for the company that set toxic chemicals on fire and nuked your state. People are amazing.
Same way it's gonna be an "accident" when they just happen to benefit from having them during the class action law suit. 🤡 Honk Honk 🤡
While they hope to control everything you do, not a single one of these companies can stand up to any backlash. It is always ...
"That was uploaded by mistake." "A intern accidentally uploaded that over the weekend." "We were hacked."
They aren't built for it.
And I bet they'll accidentally use them against the citizens in a court of law when they try to sue them.
Corporate drones can just repeat the same things they've always done. If they're always having people sign these papers, I can see how they'd forget to tell the low level paper pushers to not do it.