Today I watched an episode of The Cleveland Show (2.17), which seemed inspired on software patents:
|Fact obviousness obscuring legalese||Step|
|Here, let me explain. As the truck headed toward the cliff,|
|I deftly maneuvered the door lock mechanism into its “unlock” mode.||I unlocked the dor|
|Then I wrapped my fingers around the door release lever and applied pressure, causing the door to swing free on its hinges.||opened it|
|With no time to spare, I sent an electrical impulse from my brain to my leg muscles, instructing them to extend quickly and forcefully, thus propelling my body out of the vehicle.||and jumped out|
Of couse, Cleveland’s sarcastic comment with relation to Lester’s fabulous “invention” was:
So you jumped out of the truck.