I'm home after an hour-long visit to the dentist (their electric went out in the middle of my filling), and another hour in Kroger with an elderly man following me around asking me how I'm doing with a huge grin on his face (I have no idea who he was). I walk in the door with 2000 bags of groceries, and husband & son are standing there. "What's for lunch?" they wonder. I'm wondering that myself. Soooo, grabbing a chance to clear some space in the fridge (Husband has a million beers in there), I heat up leftover chicken casserole for husband, then shove a leftover bag from Arby's in the microwave for my son. I turn around to unpack groceries, but I hear a strange crackling sound under the hum of the microwave. I look back, and the food is on fire! Arby's evidently wraps their sandwiches in foil instead of just plain paper. So how much do you think I could get from them if I sued? The microwave is smoke-blackened, and I am suffering extreme emotional trauma, and damage to my marriage (My husband was not happy). I think Arby's should pay for this. It WAS all their fault, right?