BREAKING: Goliath considers WAR on NORWAY

December 2, 2013, JEFFERSONVILLE-  High placed sources who requested anonymity confirmed this evening that all the recently observed activity at the Goliath Compound augers the possibility of the declaration of hostilities between Goliath and the nation of Norway,  specifically, the Norwegian port town of Narvik.  (file photo)

Sources explain that Goliath was recently reminded that he and his friend, Stats, and an Australian girl (whose name he can’t remember) and a Japanese guy (that Goliath really didn’t care too much for) were EJECTED and KICKED OUT of a Narvik Youth Hostel in November of 1979   This disgrace was recently brought to Goliath’s attention along with the charge that this slight of some 35 years ago had never been revenged.  Sources close to the brain damaged Giant say that Goliath’s rage waxed wroth and there was much bellowing and stomping about.

–DEVELOPING!!!

9 comments for “BREAKING: Goliath considers WAR on NORWAY

  1. December 2, 2013 at 11:03 pm

    I am starting to get really pissed off.

    • The 'BikerDude'
      December 3, 2013 at 3:38 pm

      Hahahaha!……..It’a pass,dude…….. tend ta git’ere all’a time my ownself….LOL!

      ‘Specially……with’a frig’n TRUCKS on’a road……da*n innerstate log-jamm’n bastids……GIT’a HELL OUT’a my WAY!!!!!!

      I already feel better………………………….

  2. 'Hood
    December 3, 2013 at 7:04 pm

    “Under the legal doctrine of laches,
    parties with a claim have an obligation
    to assert it
    and cannot
    engage
    in unreasonable
    or unjustified delay.”

  3. 'Hood
    December 3, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    LACHES, DOCTRINE OF

    Based on the maxim that equity aids the vigilant and not those who procrastinate regarding their rights; Neglect to assert a right or claim that, together with lapse of time and other circumstances, prejudices an adverse party. Neglecting to do what should or could, have been done to assert a claim or right for an unreasonable and unjustified time causing disadvantage to another.

    Laches is similar to ‘statute of limitations’ except is equitable rather than statutory and is a common affirmative defense raised in civil actions.

    Laches is derived from the French ‘lecher’ and is nearly synonymous with negligence.

    In general, when a party has been guilty of laches in enforcing his right by great delay and lapse of time, this circumstance will at common law prejudice and sometimes operate in bar of a remedy which is discretionary for the court to afford. In courts of equity delay will also generally be prejudicial.

    But laches may be excused from ignorance of the party’s rights; from the obscurity of the transaction; by the pendency of a suit, and; where the party labors under a legal disability, as insanity, infancy and the like.

  4. Lono, Curse of
    December 3, 2013 at 7:10 pm

    I like the sentence “Laches is derived from the French ‘lecher’ and is nearly synonymous with negligence. “

  5. Southern Belle
    December 3, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    Yes, I noted the part
    .

    ….”when a party has been guilty of laches
    in enforcing his right

    ……. by great delay and lapse of time………,
    this circumstance will at common law
    prejudice
    and sometimes
    operate in bar of a remedy”…….

  6. Lono, Curse of
    December 3, 2013 at 7:20 pm

    However, SB, it is almost toooo painful to
    con·tem·plate
    the GSL consider
    raising this
    defense TEPIDLY
    on behalf of the G…..:

    ….”But laches may be excused from ignorance………

    …….where the party labors under a legal disability…..

    …. as insanity, infancy and the like”……

  7. 'Hood
    December 3, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    “Casus belli is a Latin expression
    meaning
    the
    justification
    for
    acts
    of
    war. ”

    Hmmmm…..most poignant‎ and interesting concept
    you have there, GSL !

    Since you have already done officially declared war…..

  8. 'Hood
    December 3, 2013 at 7:36 pm

    ……”the political doctrine of jus ad bellum or “just war theory”…….

    ….hmmmm…..

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