Daily Archive for May 3rd, 2007

The countdown to August 28, 2007

What’s August 28?

It’s the release date of HEROES SEASON 1 on DVD (and HD DVD, but I don’t have that)!

Can I put it on my Amazon Wishlist yet?

Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.

Jin Nam Chung and Ki ChungThe Washington Post reports on a story involving a South Korean immigrant family, their small dry cleaning business, and a judge who is suing them for $65 million.

That’s not a typo: SIXTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS!

What did Jin Nam Chung, Ki Chung and their son, Soo Chung do that was so egregrious that District of Columbia administrative hearings judge, Roy Pearson would file this suit against them? They (temporarily) lost a pair of his pants (his suit was purportedly worth approximately $1000).

The Chung family were just pursuing their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business seven years ago in Washington, DC. Unfortunately, they have spent the last two years with the litigation of this lawsuit. Is it any wonder they are so disheartened that they are considering moving back to Seoul?

Continue reading ‘Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.’

Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.

Jin Nam Chung and Ki ChungThe Washington Post reports on a story involving a South Korean immigrant family, their small dry cleaning business, and a judge who is suing them for $65 million.

That’s not a typo: SIXTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS!

What did Jin Nam Chung, Ki Chung and their son, Soo Chung do that was so egregrious that District of Columbia administrative hearings judge, Roy Pearson would file this suit against them? They (temporarily) lost a pair of his pants (his suit was purportedly worth approximately $1000).

The Chung family were just pursuing their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business seven years ago in Washington, DC. Unfortunately, they have spent the last two years with the litigation of this lawsuit. Is it any wonder they are so disheartened that they are considering moving back to Seoul?

Continue reading ‘Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.’




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