Since the start of the pandemic, and limiting the outings, I have been watching more Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.
Shows I've seen when they were first released bring back funny moments and lighten up my evenings! Among them, I just finished watching Boston Legal, and now I am back on Ally McBeal. Many times you can't stop laughing hard at the ridicule of the reason someone gets sued! Last night I watched the episode where a wife lawyer is suing the Firm where she and her husband both work, for having a contribution to the dissolution of their marriage; because of the sexually charged work atmosphere
After watching so many frivolous reasons to sue, some of them gaining a positive reaction from the jury, I asked myself: could we possibly sue the big Tobacco for what they did to us? We would all have health reasons to sue: many of us have COPD, live on Oxygen, had vein/heart problems, fatty liver, esophagus erosion, chronic gastritis, you name it.
Here is where it hurt me the most: Obesity and fatty liver,
Nicotine induced: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5300964/
Would it be too "out there" if all of us, a pretty large group, would sue for our medical challenges related to smoking?
Maybe Stac2 would have an opinion?