OPERATOR: 9-1-1. What's your emergency?
CALLER: Help! My wife is having a heart attack!
OPERATOR: Do you have receipts for all music and movies in your, and your wife's, possession?
CALLER: What does that have to do with it?! She's dying! HURRY!
OPERATOR: I understand, sir. But recent regulations require us to verify you are not stealing IP before providing assistance or our funding will be cut off.
CALLER: Now, she's not breathing!!!
OPERATOR: Sir, please don't yell. You have to understand the entertainment industry is on the brink of extinction due to people stealing their IP. Everyone has to do their part to prevent that.
CALLER: Never mind, now! She's dead! Are you happy?!
OPERATOR: No sir, I'm just doing my job to ensure new civilization-enhancing entertainment can be made like 'Fast and Furious 19'. In the future, I suggest you do your part and keep those records handy. Have a nice day, you movie thief!
Every student in the Chicago Public School system needs to be shown this article. Then the next time a teacher tells them to "show their work" after writing just an answer for a test, the student can point to the article and say "You first!"
The Court hereby imposes a penalty of $1,000 per day, per person or entity...
So, that means for the four (4) persons (e.g., Steele, Hansmeier, Duffy, & Gibbs), and three (3) entities (e.g., AF Holdings, Ingenuity 13, and Prenda), that are specifically called out at the beginning of the same paragraph, that's $7,000 per day they are on the hook for! WOW!
It's actually more noise inducing that the summary here, because it requires a warning sign on any business property that may contain said chemicals. That's right, you'd be hard pressed to find any food establishment (fast food, restaurant, even Starbucks) that does *NOT* have a Prop 65 warning sign because of the cleaning solutions used.