A part time paralegal eh? Hmmm.
*Cuddles ratty residents Wonky and Bitey*
How can they do that to poor ickle ratties? :(
Are you expecting people to be nauseated by the TV show, or the litigation?
I don't "expect" anything. Your responses are your own.
ex·pect Pronunciation Key (k-spkt)
v. ex·pect·ed, ex·pect·ing, ex·pects
1. b. To consider likely or certain: expect to see them soon. See Usage Note at anticipate.
4. Informal. To presume; suppose.
Given that you warned people not to click while eating, it looked to me like you expected people to be put off their food... *shrug*
erm yeah, not thinking very clearly today. I don't actually *feel* ill, but I'm really not functioning properly.
There's some of that weird herbal energy drink in the fridge still - supposed to be good for when you're feeling slightly off-colour.
You might be interested in the Rat Fan Club's response
, particularly the letter from the American Humane society (just below the press release statement). AH can only produce guidelines for filming, which are not legally enforceable - and the producers of Fear Factor
refuse to abide by those guidelines, claiming they do not apply to so-called "reality TV".
CLEVELAND - A viewer is suing NBC for $2.5 million, contending that he threw up because of a "Fear Factor" episode in which [...]
"I just put any figure. You really think I expect to get $2.5 million?" he said.