Russell Brunelle (russellb) wrote,
Russell Brunelle
russellb

Court of Appeals of Indiana

Here's an excerpt from the property law case Wernke v. Halas (600 N.E.2d 117 at 122 n.18), which the Court of Appeals of Indiana decided in 1992.

"In the present case, the evidence concerning the toilet seat is undisputed. The seat and lid are affixed to a piece of blue plywood with a painted brown spot. The plywood is framed and attached to a pole roughly 10 feet tall facing out of Wernke's yard. Wernke claimed the entire contraption was a bird house, and indeed, three small boxes with holes suitable for birds surround the frame. It may be the ugliest bird house in Indiana, or it may merely be a toilet seat on a post. The distinction is irrelevant, however."

IRRELEVANT?!?!?!? HOW COULD THAT DISTINCTION NOT BE RELEVANT WHEN IT MADE ME LAUGH SO MUCH?!?!?!?!
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