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Time for a settling of accounts

10 May 2011

On the way home from work, I saw an advertisement plastered across the back of a bus, announcing that the Christian Day of Judgment will come on May 21st. This led me to wonder:

  1. When someone sells ad space to anyone annoucing an impending apocalypse, should they demand payment in full up front?
  2. If the vendor normally sells space on more generous terms (e.g., net 90 days), can the apocalyptic purchaser sue for religious discrimination?

The legal beagles among my readership may start preparing their memoranda, which are due in two weeks.