How about a split baby? Obviously, the courts in question needed to consider a more-effective method of contraception.
The trial court bought the argument in toto, granting summary judgment against the plaintiff. The California Court of Appeals reversed on its face, but allowed the defense to be presented at trial. In other words, the defense is not ridiculousthere just wasn't enough evidence for it to justify summary judgment.
Millions for defense, but not a dime for tribute. Besides, "we're special." <a snd="raspberry.wav">Snort</a>