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  • I have seen contracts like thus broken in court over what is commonly called a "tavern claim." That is if a contractor gets a client drunk (picking up the tab is evidence) and that drinking affected his judgement, they client can claim "not in state of mind." and win. This also happen in clubs where a customer was drunk as the bar ran up the bill.

    Submitted by cfreymarc on Nov 16, 12 at 3:28pm
    • This comment is awesome. And makes perfect sense to me. We had a friend at Mohegan Sun, invited to high roller club on New Years. Someone took a picture of the detail receipt. You could read the order as the evening progressed. Fifteen thousand+

      Submitted by funkhmmmm1 on Nov 17, 12 at 1:52am
  • ^I love that fucking guy (yourallstupid)

    Submitted by paintblr20 on Nov 17, 12 at 1:33am
  • They said hungover, not drunk. Bit of a difference when it comes to state of mind and legality

    Submitted by yourallstupid on Nov 16, 12 at 5:54pm