Entendu au David Letterman Show, le résumé ci-dessous est tiré du site de la Fox:
"A woman lost her case against the makers of Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries. Janine Sugawara claimed she was deceived by the cereal’s marketing and packaging. She claimed she had been eating the cereal for four years under the assumption that the Crunchberries were in fact real berries. A California judge dismissed the complaint stating there's no such fruit as a Crunchberry and that the box clearly depicts them as round, crunchy, brightly-colored cereal balls. U.S. District Judge Morrison England Jr. of Sacramento found that a reasonable consumer would not have been deceived by the packaging . The cereal box makes no claim to be particularly nutritious, he said."
Lu dans le courrier des lecteurs à la psycho-sociologue du Boston Globe:
"My daughter is beautiful, talented and intelligent. She could have just about any man she desires. This boyfriend with whom she is seriously considering marriage cannot find fulltime work and works part time (...). He is grossly overweight as is his mother, so this genetic tendency could be passed along his children. He is not of our religion which could add difficulties to a marital relationship.
One cannot choose the mate for one's child but I need advice about how to stop worrying so I can become happy."
... : dans les deux cas, quoique pour des raisons différentes, ces trois petits points résument parfaitement le fond de ma pensée.