When the combination of ever more picayune bureaucratic micromanagement and relentless lawsuits by a locust swarm of greedy lawyers finally ushers in utopia, it will be a place with no glass doors, lest the oblivious walk into them:
A Queens woman is suing Apple for $1,000,000 after smashing her face on a glass door at a Long Island Apple Store.
Evelyn Paswall, 83, claims that the glass doors at the front of Apple Stores pose a risk to the elderly. …
As of Saturday warning strips had been posted on the glass at Apples Manhasset store.
What if Evelyn Paswall wants to stick her head out to see if the lawyer is coming with her free money and she bumps her noggin on the glass before realizing that the window is closed? Maybe they should pass a law requiring all glass to be criss-crossed with warning strips, lest lawsuits destroy the window industry.
On a tip from Bob Roberts.