The clerk hands me the papers, not too many of them. Some of the questions are pretty technical, involve terms with uncertain meaning. I do my best, present the papers back to the clerk.
- You haven't filled them out completely
- I have done the best I can. Help me with it.
- No, I don't have time.
- It'll just take a minute.
- I said no.
- Then I'll file them the way as they are.
- Then pay now 325 dollars.
- You'll find fee waiver papers there. Also incompletely filled out.
- When the judge rejects the suit you'll be sorry.
- Fine, no problem. That's the advantage of suing a company for not considering you for a job. As long as they don't give you a job you stay unemployed and can sue again for free.
- Come back on Monday. If we take the papers from you it'll take us a few minutes to record it as filed and it's time now for us to go home.
- Is that gesture, your arm extended and finger ponting, what I think it is, what's known as showing me the door? Wait a second, I have to change my glasses to see. Yes, that's the door over there.
- You're funny.
- What's your name? I'll ask for you next time. You can help me fill out the papers.
- See you on Monday.
P.S. On the 18th of April, 2011 the lawsuit Miller vs. Starbucks Corp. was filed in the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, Beverly Hills Branch.
(read Sue Them All)