Originally Posted by heySkippy
LOL, what a great metric! Next time I go to the grocery, I'm going to whine that a good filet costs more than the average meat value.
Also, gotta love how some people think comments made out of court by a juror after the trial can be grounds for an appeal.
Nobody will question a filet that is 100, 200, or 300 times higher than the average meat market average. But 30,000?
The comments by the jury themselves are obviously not grounds for appeal. However, since there are questions regarding how the jury conducted deliberations you better believe this will be taken into consideration during appeal.
The LOL part of this whole trial is when Apple's Phil Schiller said in court "Customers can get confused on whose product is whose."
Seriously? This is how Apple views the the intelligence of the average Apple consumer?
No one bought a Samsung phone because they were confused and thought that they had purchased an Apple iphone. They bought the Apple phone because they wanted it, and they bought the Samsung phone because they wanted that one.