Comedians, bloggers, spoofers and even run of the mill newsprint meanies have joined dry cleaning industry lobbyists in denouncing Judge Royal Peerless for his $65 million lawsuit against Gin Ntonic, Cozmo Politan and her son Tskru Driva and their Dry Cleaning shop called Hi On Flewid. Gin's business was once famous for his brave refusal to "martinize" "I was the first dry cleaner in the US to admit that 'martinizing' is bullshit. There's no such thing! It's just a scam to make dry cleaning sound fancy"
Gin told the spoof reporters that he suspects the multi-million dollar lawsuit is really backed by the dry cleaning industry in their effort to protest the martinizing fraud.
Dry Cleaning industry representative, Martin Nizing denies any connection to the lawsuit.
Judge Peerless was outraged when he heard what he called Gin's"absurd defense":
"No one has told my story accurately. Of course a 65 million dollar lawsuit concerning a pair of pants sounds ridiculous. People are unjustly comparing me to the Mac Donald's hot coffee frivolous complainant. Does anyone out there realize that when they lost my pants I was still in them?! Do me a favor, take a trip through one of those Martin Borhmannizing torture chambers. Believe me, you'd be asking $100 million!"