Last week's question: An Israeli man recently requested a restraining order against God, saying that he was fed up with the Almighty treating him "harshly and not nicely." In no more than seven words, please come up with an advertising slogan for a law firm seeking to represent people with divine grievances.
THE WINNER: "Hallowed be thy claim."
Jim Martin, Ludlow, Mass.
SECOND PLACE: "The Lord giveth, but we taketh away."
Paul Kelash, Minneapolis
THIRD PLACE: "We Don't Answer To A Higher Authority."
Jill Camera, New York
"God Gives Trials. We Win Them."
Francis Monaghan III, Wilmington, Del.
"We don't repent. We represent."
Anthony Miller, Jenks, Okla.
"We solve Allah your legal problems."
Susie Becker, San Rafael, Calif.
"We serve God... with subpoenas."
Danny Ball, Tampa, Fla.
"Forgive me Father for I have sued."
Barbara Nelson, Rowley, Mass.
"Seek Salvation Through Litigation"
Beverly Blahut, Spring City, Pa.
"To err is human; to sue, divine."
John Prescott, Omaha, Neb.
"When we talk, God listens."
Maureen Sikorra, Belleair, Fla.
"When prayer doesn't work, we do."
Richard Sturniolo, Brownsburg, Ind.
"We Can Turn Your Whine into Bread."
Jim Farina, Palatine, Ill.
"We're a hell of a firm."
Patrick Monroe, San Diego
"We can get your way versus Yahweh."
Patrick Tuite, New York
"In God we don't trust — we sue."
Jeanne Webb, Bakersfield, Calif.
"Make a higher authority answer to you."
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh
"We Are The Answer To Your Prayers."
Zach Edmonds, Canfield, Ohio