I just listened to the podcast of yesterday's (5/7/19) show and wanted to pass on a legal point for you regarding the bed bugs lawsuit. There was some focus on the fact that the lawsuit sought $75,000 and that fact, at least in part, impacted some of the thoughts about the lawsuit. I wanted to let you know that the amount sought is likely completely irrelevant to the amount of damages the plaintiffs are actually seeking. The lawsuit was filed in federal court. In order for this lawsuit to be in federal court, one of the requirements is that the "amount in controversy" must be at least $75,000. Thus plaintiffs just plead that amount to bypass this procedural hurdle. They can actually claim any amount of damages they want when the case goes to trial (over $75k), and plaintiffs often do not want to specify an amount of damages in the complaint for strategic reasons. Related, for lawsuits filed in the circuit court of Florida, the amount in controversy must be at least $15,000. So if you see a lawsuit filed in state court and they assert that amount of money, it merely means they are pleading the procedural minimum required. Today's boring point of law concluded, I return you to much more fun discussions about WDW.