Self-Driving Cars Will Soon Be Legal in California
a-mountain-view-california-police-officer-pulls-over-a-google-self-driving-carIt should be no surprise that California is spearheading the movement to get self-driving cars street legal. After all, Google’s self-driving cars are being tested here and they’re frequently seen driving themselves on Silicon Valley streets.

Predictions are that self-driving vehicles (or some version of them) will not only be legal here in California, but legal nationally within three to five years. Does this mean that they will be common? Not by a long shot. Americans tend to hang onto their cars for quite a while. The average age of cars on the road is about 11 years.

Frivolous Lawsuit of the Month-Man (Without Attorney) Sues Makers of “Fallout 4” Video Game, Claiming “Addiction” to Game
maxresdefaultA man is suing the  gaming company Bethesda Softworks, makers of Fallout 4, claiming that he didn’t know the game would be “so addictive.”

“Apparently, after seeing an advertisement for the game, the man decided to download it and spend a few hours playing over the next few days,” reports Yahoo! News. Those days quickly turned into weeks, and after missing several days of work, he was fired from his job. His friends stopped hearing from him, his sleeping and eating habits deteriorated and his wife left him.

Unable to push the reset button on his life, the man has filed suit seeking about $7,000 in damages including lost wages clearly qualifying for our Frivolous Law Suit of the Month.

Quote of the Month
“Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success.” — Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder

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