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(AZ Family)   Remember at your tenth birthday party there was that giant inflatable water slide that left scratches on our backs and the giant sno-cone machine your mom rented broke her glass patio table? That was awesome   (azfamily.com) divider line 29
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2012-07-04 01:53:16 AM
Small children get scratches playing?

A machine breaks a table and falls to the ground and she puts it on a valuable table and continues using it.

Sure, they have liability insurance but it does not cover stupid. Pictures of the items are on the website and the safety rules and cautions are there also.

What this woman is asking for is unreasonable. She failed to use a reasonable standard of care.
 
2012-07-04 02:20:02 AM
"And the other big selling point was that he (AZ Party Time) had $2,000,000 in insurance

Huh? Sure it's good that they have insurance, but do people really hire companies just because they have insurance?

Well, I guess they might if they're looking for a payday.
 
2012-07-04 04:18:13 AM
Kids these days.
I remember parties in the 60's and 70's when we had jarts and slip n slides that would lauch you into the grass and tear your skin off. You got hurt? The parents were having cocktails before tossing the kids into the car without these seatbelt things and told us to walk it off and not spoil the party.
 
2012-07-04 09:32:50 AM

AbbeySomeone: Kids these days.
I remember parties in the 60's and 70's when we had jarts and slip n slides that would lauch you into the grass and tear your skin off. You got hurt? The parents were having cocktails before tossing the kids into the car without these seatbelt things and told us to walk it off and not spoil the party.


Someone would always end up bleeding copiously and mothers would wipe off the blood, spray some Bactine on it tell you stop crying!
 
2012-07-04 09:44:23 AM
This Biatch is WWCHNT
 
2012-07-04 09:46:16 AM
or the time your mom took you and your friends to putt-putt golf and you took a dump in that nasty bathroom and there was no toilet paper, so you had to wipe with your hands and then clean them off on your shirt.

good times
 
2012-07-04 09:47:21 AM
"Where do you want the Sno-Cone machine, ma'am?"

"Oh, put it right on that fragile, rickety glass table over there."


Dumbass
 
2012-07-04 09:50:00 AM
the water slide usually requires you too hook a hose up to it to spray down the slide to help you....slide down it with out tearing yer ass up. why the hell would they call it a water slide other wise?

the hose must have been hooked up to the sno-cone machine.

and who the hell puts a large piece of equipment like that on a glass table?

thing probably did come with a stand, the delivery guy forgot it, and the mother said "fark it! put it on that table!"
 
2012-07-04 09:53:34 AM
So much self entitlement from that farking biatch. Her kids are going to grow up to be fine upstanding douchebags.
 
2012-07-04 09:56:55 AM
So she needs a new dining room set AND a new patio set?
Awesome!
 
2012-07-04 09:59:41 AM

AbbeySomeone: Kids these days.
I remember parties in the 60's and 70's when we had jarts and slip n slides that would lauch you into the grass and tear your skin off. You got hurt? The parents were having cocktails before tossing the kids into the car without these seatbelt things and told us to walk it off and not spoil the party.


Hell, in the 50s at birthday parties, we'd bob for apples. Three kids drowned and nobody sued. Parents were glad to be rid of the burdens. Then there was Pin the Tail On the Donkey. You'd be blindfolded and spun around, and after you got done puking, you'd wind up poking all your friends. Nobody sued. Just sprayed everyone with Mercurochrome.

Good times. Of course we had to walk to these parties. Uphill both ways and it was always snowing, too.
 
2012-07-04 10:00:30 AM

Ennuipoet: Someone would always end up bleeding copiously and mothers would wipe off the blood, spray some Bactine on it tell you stop crying!


You got bactine?! Lucky.

For years I thought first aid was kleenex and mom-spit.

/one of our favorite games was hucking jarts over the house.
 
2012-07-04 10:01:27 AM

Cerebral Knievel: the water slide usually requires you too hook a hose up to it to spray down the slide to help you....slide down it with out tearing yer ass up. why the hell would they call it a water slide other wise?

the hose must have been hooked up to the sno-cone machine.

and who the hell puts a large piece of equipment like that on a glass table?

thing probably did come with a stand, the delivery guy forgot it, and the mother said "fark it! put it on that table!"


We had a huge inflatable double slide this weekend at a party to play some bastardized combo of slipnslide and flip cup, or slip-cup. We ended up covering it with baby oil in addition to water. It was awesome, though I'm still sore. Can I sue for being sore? I'm sure I had a scratch or two as well.
 
2012-07-04 10:11:09 AM

tukatz: "Where do you want the Sno-Cone machine, ma'am?"

"Oh, put it right on that fragile, rickety glass table over there."


Dumbass


Word.

She follows that up by setting the machine that has liquids and ice on her nice wooden table without a cheap plastic cover to, you know, protect it from the totally expected drips and messes.

Stupid c*nt wants compensation?
 
2012-07-04 10:16:55 AM
Yet another product of the entitlement society we are creating.
 
2012-07-04 10:35:50 AM

Rufus Lee King


She should have gotten advice from the Royal Society For Putting Things On Top Of Other Things.


Just this morning I saw a thing that was not on top of another thing in any way. Shame, indeed.
 
2012-07-04 10:40:28 AM
50's kids' parties were for wimps. Those kids in the 50's wouldn't last ten minutes at a 40's kids' party. Why, the "chase the armed Nazi around the yard" game usually resulted in at least one fatality (other than the Nazi, of course- he was gonna be daisy fertilizer from the get-go). And we didn't have fancy slip-n-slides. We just hosed down the gravel driveway and got up a real head of steam. Mom would just pick out the big pebbles with her fingers, debride the rest of the wound, and give us a sulfonamide injection before sending us on our way to the cake and ice cream. Hand-cranked, of course. None of that wimpy machine-made slop for us kids.
 
2012-07-04 10:40:46 AM
"Everything is on the ground and there is glass, millions and millions of pieces of shattered glass on the ground and the snow cone maker is on the ground," she remarked.

Millions and millions? Really? Did you count them?
What else are you exaggerating?
 
2012-07-04 10:57:13 AM

AMonkey'sUncle: AbbeySomeone: Kids these days.
I remember parties in the 60's and 70's when we had jarts and slip n slides that would lauch you into the grass and tear your skin off. You got hurt? The parents were having cocktails before tossing the kids into the car without these seatbelt things and told us to walk it off and not spoil the party.

Hell, in the 50s at birthday parties, we'd bob for apples. Three kids drowned and nobody sued. Parents were glad to be rid of the burdens. Then there was Pin the Tail On the Donkey. You'd be blindfolded and spun around, and after you got done puking, you'd wind up poking all your friends. Nobody sued. Just sprayed everyone with Mercurochrome.

Good times. Of course we had to walk to these parties. Uphill both ways and it was always snowing, too.


Pfft! Any injury we got, Pop would just staple bacon to it and said to go back to playing in the family broken bottle pile.
 
2012-07-04 11:19:31 AM
Snowcones - YUM - Always good!


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2012-07-04 11:26:02 AM
The woman is a dumbass. I hope the party store counter-sues her.
 
2012-07-04 01:44:18 PM
My mom didn't love me that much :(
 
2012-07-04 02:45:05 PM
You know I own one of those snow cone machines. i really ought to rent it out for parties
 
2012-07-04 04:06:25 PM

Ima4nic8or: The woman is a dumbass. I hope the party store counter-sues her.


From TFA: "AZ Party Time said it too is moving forward with litigation and plans on suing Nikki in Small Claims Court. The company said it is seeking compensation for the $600 snow cone machine that was broken while in her possession."
 
2012-07-04 08:13:49 PM
No.

Rich much?

*You* can afford more taxes, friends.
 
2012-07-04 11:43:39 PM

Spirit Hammer: So she needs a new dining room set AND a new patio set?
Awesome!


Yes. Note, she needs a SET. Not just a new dining table and patio table. A whole dining SET and patio SET. Because, you know, the chairs have to match the table.

/I'd refund her $225 and call her a dumbass.... er, I mean, call it a day
 
2012-07-05 12:29:24 AM
I think the bigger question is how does this shiat become news? Did she call the local rag? Police report? Fan mail from some flounder?

/going with the flounder
 
2012-07-05 05:46:17 AM
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2012-07-05 12:59:22 PM
Never a problem!
www.shoppingwithgiggles.com
 
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