OK. The headline actually should say Affair, not Hair. My bad. But, hair makes as much sense.
A Toronto woman says sloppy billing practices by Rogers [a Canadian wireless company] led to her husband discovering her extramarital affair. The husband has up and went.
The woman is suing Rogers for $600,000 for invasion of privacy, breach of contract, and for, well, ruining her adulterous life.
I think the woman should get her $600,000 from Rogers. I really do. Fair's fair's fair.
But, then she should be required to give the $600,000 to her husband for her cheatin' ways. Then, the husband should be required to give the $600,000 to Rogers for revealing the adultery.
Is this a brilliant solution or what -- everybody gets $600,000 -- I should work for Obama!
And that's the way the razor-sharp Ball bounces.