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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Dec. 7, 2001
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Wednesday, July 31, 2002
I like James Lileks: In his latest column he takes on the silly lawsuits against fast food joints for selling tasty food. In the course of his column he offers a look forward at some upcoming lawsuits. I like this one:


Inexplicably Single Men vs. the Stuck-up Women Who Think They're too Good. A class-action suit against the female sex. It is alleged that the defendants have engaged in a systematic discrimination against men, using wholly subjective criteria as a basis for mating. The defendants are expected to present, in evidence, more than 10,000 snapshots of single men's bathrooms, and rest their case.


For the record, women have often commented that the bathroom in my apartment is the cleanest they've seen in any male's home. Of course, everything is relative.

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