Friday, November 30, 2012

What's this? Idiots on jury believe tale of "magic beans"


Didier Jambart had been a well respected man, an upstanding member of the community in Nantes, western France, and a loving father and husband.

The court heard that Mr Jambart began taking Requip for Parkinson's disease in 2003. The formerly well respected bank manager, local councillor and a father of two from Nantes in western France, had tried to commit suicide eight times after he turned into a sex-crazed gambling addict.

He told the court that he had emptied his bank account, sold his children's toys and stolen money from work colleagues, friends and neighbours. 

In total he gambled away a total of 82,000 euros, mostly placing internet bets on horse races, and engaged in a 'frantic search for gay sex'.

That's right, your honor ... ladies and  gentlemen of the jury ... I ate some magic beans, and POOF, I turned into a gambling homo ... and it's ALL THEIR FAULT.

He began exhibiting himself on internet websites and arranging encounters, one of which resulted in him being raped.

Wait, what's this? Oh THIS is UNBELIEVABLE!  

That's right, there I was, advertising myself on the internet for some good innocent raunching in the fudge-tunnel gay sex, when OUT OF NOWHERE, I get caught raped?  

Ladies and gentlemen, I ask you, who among us could have predicted this?  GAAAA, THE HUMILATION!!

But wait, a tiny sparkle of skepticism is still alive in the world.

During the trial, GlaxoSmithKline had said it had 'serious doubts' that Mr Jambart had developed his addictions after taking the drug.

Gee, no kidding?  You mean there's no such thing as magic beans?

Meanwhile, "life has returned to normal?"

But his behaviour returned to normal when he stumbled upon a website that made the link between Requip and addictions in 2005, and stopped taking the drug.  More here:

Oh, right ... everything is fine now ... I"m not gay anymore ... what a nightmare. Just give me some money and everything will be ok.

You know what the best part is?  The drug company just includes their litigation/damages costs in the price of all of our drugs, so we ALL pay for this crap.  LOL @ "The evil company got what it deserved."  Idiots.

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