An inmate in the Orange County (CA) jail thought he had a great strategy for forcing the sheriff to give him meals more to his liking: he claimed he was a believer in “Festivus,” a made-up holiday first mentioned on the 1990s TV Show Seinfeld. Further, he claimed that his devotion to Festivus required he be served kosher meals. Two problems here (at least). One, claiming a religious exemption to jail rules based on a made-up holiday borrowed from a TV show is pretty lame. If you're going ...

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