Oberlin College hit with maximum PUNITIVE DAMAGES (capped at $22 million by law) in Gibson’s Bakery case. Total of $33 million. Well, at least one baker is winning. With this kind of scratch he’ll have enough money to ward off any future lawsuits.

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poppajoe49
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poppajoe49

It’s amazing to see something like this!

Plainsman
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Plainsman

So happy for these folks. Gotta say, if I were them I’d kiss the bakery biz goodbye and head for the house. But, they are better than I am so they will “keep the lights on for another generation.” God Bless them.

betyourlife
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betyourlife

So fing awesome!

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

Bingo! And I hope the Gibsons collect every last penny. I would also like to see some video of the faces of the Oberlin administration when the award was announced.

Not so silent
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Not so silent

Oberlin already told the judge they will go bankrupt if they have to pay….My thought, don’t be a dipshit and get sued and you won’t have to worry about it. I hope they assume room temperature financially…Hit libtards in the pocketbook and watch them scream…

deepthinker
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deepthinker

When you trample upon the constitutional rights of people judgement like this one is a perfect remedy. So if they go bankrupt, it means a dipshit university won’t be turning out F#%^ing IDIOTS who feel they should just walk in and be at the top of the ladder.

If they go broke a liquidation sale is a good start. Seize all the properties and assets. Right down to the presidents cushy chair

flashingscotsman
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Just hand the keys to the university over to the baker and his family. He can fire all the leftist faculty, scuttle the leftist agenda, and reopen it as a real place of higher learning.

StrinaM
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This makes me so happy.