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Joining an incarcerated inmate who filed an $89 billion lawsuit — $88,987,654,321.88 to be exact — in late January regarding the controversial and pivotal play from the Cowboys’ 26-21 playoff game loss, Guadalupe Olivarez of Alamo, Tex., has surpassed that absurdity with a $100 billion lawsuit, per a Star-Telegram report.
The lawsuit, filed as an amended petition for review with the Texas Education Agency, specifically requests that said governmental office should have jurisdiction to rule on the case, as the Petition involves redefining the word, “catch.”
Not only that, the pleadings request that the NFL should be banned from using said word ever again on television, as “it is causing confusion in the Texas public school system.”
The Plaintiffs named in the filings include of course Olivarez, but the Cowboys, Bryant, Jerry Jones, and most curious of all, ESPN talking head Skip Bayless are also named. The Defendants in the case are identified as the NFL, Roger Goodell and NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino, with the local school district thrown in for good measure.