This is why there needs to be a department of common sense that has binding, final word regarding crap like this.
"We realize that you truly believe that you're doing the country a service by proposing this bill & fighting for its passage. The problem is that you're not; now leave this issue alone & find another cause that actually matters."
This woman apparently thought much more of her "talent" than the rest of the world & it's a joy to see this ridiculous case dismissed.
I read quite a bit of background info on Janine Gordon & what lead up to this lawsuit & came away with the impression that she thought the world was out to rip her off. Obviously she has no friends, otherwise someone would have knocked her up side the head long before it got this far & tried to bring her back to the reality the majority of us experience.
I think therapy & medication might in order for her now.
Years ago when I signed with AT&T after Telocity went bust, they wanted me to pay extra for a home network. This made me feel as though I was committing a crime every time I got online with my existing NetGear wireless router from another room. I justified it by knowing that there was only one computer at a time sucking that precious bandwidth.