40 thoughts on “Someone make this into a movie right now!

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  2. I know this is meant to be wholesome, but it also made me really sad. This farmer had his land damaged by a company and was offered no compensation. He then had to fight for 16 years to teach himself law while somehow still making a living.

    After 16 years of struggle he finally got compensation for an incident that never should’ve happened in the first place.

    I applaud his determination, and I’m glad that justice was finally dealt. But I can’t shake the anger and sadness in this story.


  3. Real as well, nice.


  4. “…scammin’ for every book he can get his hands on, plannin’ for the future see him now…”

  5. This sucks. Why does someone have to spend so much time fighting for something that we all know is wrong. Why do you need to know the laws or even get a law degree when it is painfully obvious that this guy’s land was screwed over.

  6. Check out the movie “Erin Brokovich,” it’s about a similar story in California and has some great characters.

  7. Damn, I cheated my way through law school and complain about school loans. I had it easy.

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