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January 3, 1996 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Randy Cassingham cracks up over the one about the Detroit woman who clobbered a would-be car thief into broken-legged submission with her Club anti-theft device. He laughs out loud over the greedy Coney Island, N.Y., principal indicted for stealing ceramic statues made for charity by kindergartners at his school. And he smiles at the Scottish ex-con who wrote a consumer guidebook on British prisons. At 36, the lanky Southern Californian has a keen eye for life's bizarre twists.
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January 3, 1996 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Randy Cassingham cracks up over the one about the Detroit woman who clobbered a would-be car thief into broken-legged submission with her Club anti-theft device. He laughs out loud over the greedy Coney Island, N.Y., principal indicted for stealing ceramic statues made for charity by kindergartners at his school. And he smiles at the Scottish ex-con who wrote a consumer guidebook on British prisons. At 36, the lanky Southern Californian has a keen eye for life's bizarre twists.
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August 14, 2005 | Myron Levin, Times Staff Writer
Merv Grazinski set his Winnebago on cruise control, slid away from the wheel and went back to fix a cup of coffee. You can guess what happened next: The rudderless, driverless Winnebago crashed. Grazinski blamed the manufacturer for not warning against such a maneuver in the owner's manual. He sued and won $1.75 million. His jackpot would seem to erase any doubt that the legal system has lost its mind.
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