(News) According to court papers filed in Allentown, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, a nineteen-year-old is attempting to sue “Pretty Much The Whole World” for what he describes as “a litany of dishonesty” coming straight at him “like a freight train, picking up speed, and barreling off its tracks whilst completely out of control.”
Kip Shermahorn, the plaintiff in the case, just graduated from Middle Grove High School last year, and admits it is “really just an act of desperation.”
”I’m not expecting to win”, explained Shermahorn. “I just don’t know what else to do at this point. “
Michael Shaw, a law student in the Pittsburg area, disagrees, and believes Shermahorn is actually planning on a large financial victory in the case:
“There are 56, 411 items listed in ‘Shermahorn Vs. World’. This is not just some kid blowing off steam. He wants, and plans, to win”, opines Shaw.
Some of Shermahorn’s complaints:
”(I was) led to believe that stores filled with tons of inventory had money to spend.” (#342)
”Someone once said to me, ‘That guy is an expert because he’s on tv.’” (#21,950)
”When I was little, I was told that most adults knew some stuff about things.” (#1,488)
”I guess that a name change would suffice. (We can call it) something like the food pyramid scheme.” (#773)
”Many people have told me that “Speed” was a good movie.” (#3,903)
Despite the extensiveness of the case, Shaw doesn’t think winning is possible.
”A fundamental problem is that Shermahorn is not suing a specific person or cooperate entity, which enormously hurts his chances of having this case ruled in his favor”, explains Shaw.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates