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(WDRB Louisville)   Judge Judy explains how she can tell someone is lying. First hint: they're on her show   (wdrb.com) divider line 38
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2012-11-01 08:48:56 PM  
Don't pee on her leg and tell her it's Romney.
 
2012-11-01 09:21:40 PM  
Is she still pretending like what she does isn't 100% theater?
 
2012-11-01 09:29:27 PM  

Freudian_slipknot: Is she still pretending like what she does isn't 100% theater?


I think it's technically farce, isn't it?
 
2012-11-01 09:42:25 PM  
I haven't watched her in a long time, so forgive me if I'm way off base, but 10-15 years ago, she gave me the weirdest boner.
 
2012-11-01 09:51:32 PM  
The thing that people don't realize is that she's seen all the police reports, all the statements and everything else pertaining to the case. So you might wonder why she won't let somebody tell their story when it seems obvious to you that they can clear it up with just a bit of information, Judy already knows that they're lying and won't bother letting them continue with the rest of the story.

/haven't watched in years
//prefers Greg Mathis which I haven't watched in years
 
2012-11-01 10:08:16 PM  
I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.

Couldn't abide Ed Koch as a judge on "The People's Court".
 
2012-11-01 10:24:56 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.


They still have the TMZ guy out on the street interviewing random people in scarves and winter hats?
 
2012-11-01 10:44:19 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.

Couldn't abide Ed Koch as a judge on "The People's Court".


You might appreciate Judge Milian's interview with Ellen DeGeneres. Definitely, "the hottest judge on television!" Link
 
2012-11-01 10:47:45 PM  
"Well, first of all the most important thing about the truth is, if it doesn't make sense it's probably not true. So you start with that as a premise. If it doesn't make sense to your common sense its usually not true."

Groundbreaking stuff right there.

"There are certain people, unfortunately women, who wear low things and when they lie this gets all red, bright red, oh, and you cant do anything about it."

So if I stare at a woman's cleavage, I can use the excuse that I was checking if she's lying? Awesome...
 
2012-11-01 11:25:20 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Freudian_slipknot: Is she still pretending like what she does isn't 100% theater?

I think it's technically farce, isn't it?


Just today, she dismissed a case based on unclean hands. Amen.
 
2012-11-01 11:36:45 PM  
You can keep all that cheap jack sensationalism of these judge shows. Give me the down home reason and logic of a Springer show.
 
2012-11-01 11:37:33 PM  
It's arbitration - whether or not someone is lying doesn't matter, it's the damn Wild West of adjudication.
 
2012-11-01 11:56:43 PM  
Judge Big Budy is hot for a 90 year old
 
2012-11-02 01:11:56 AM  
It still seems wrong that she's allowed to execute people.
 
2012-11-02 01:18:15 AM  

Hector Remarkable: It still seems wrong that she's allowed to execute people.


I would tune in every day if she were allowed to sentence people to jail time for perjury or contempt. Death penalty would make her the most popular person on TV.
 
2012-11-02 03:06:12 AM  
The fat girl should've paid for that toilet. Toilet's don't just physically break. She cracked the porcelain. That's not cumulative, not the straw on the camel. That's ass damage, not shiat damage.
 
2012-11-02 03:07:38 AM  

jaylectricity: Bathia_Mapes: I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.

They still have the TMZ guy out on the street interviewing random people in scarves and winter hats?


Yes. Smart guy for not quitting his day job.
 
2012-11-02 04:16:26 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: Hector Remarkable: It still seems wrong that she's allowed to execute people.

I would tune in every day if she were allowed to sentence people to jail time for perjury or contempt. Death penalty would make her the most popular person on TV.


that is so overdue. if it was a pay per view special they could raise money for the victims families. the sooner we get back to the Roman Coliseum forum of blood spilling the better. make it double duty with doctors & patients standing by to yank & use organs. you could make another level of TV shows with cameras on the families showing the real life drama. it's a ratings bonanza in the making.
 
2012-11-02 06:25:24 AM  
I recently saw a show of her's where she basically told the people that evidence and proper court procedure were not valid in her court.

I knew her show was full of shiat, but to come right out and admit it... even she knows she's full of shiat.

But she's still cashing the checks.
 
2012-11-02 07:25:36 AM  

Okoboji: I recently saw a show of her's where she basically told the people that evidence and proper court procedure were not valid in her court.

I knew her show was full of shiat, but to come right out and admit it... even she knows she's full of shiat.

But she's still cashing the checks.


She's technically an arbitrator. You sign a binding agreement not to sue the other person. The arbitrator decides who gets what, if anything. No do-overs.

And the "plaintiffs" and "defendants" don't hesitate to cash the checks either. It's not like they're getting peanuts for coming on the show with their dumb shiat.
 
2012-11-02 08:52:26 AM  

moothemagiccow: And the "plaintiffs" and "defendants" don't hesitate to cash the checks either. It's not like they're getting peanuts for coming on the show with their dumb shiat.


Just for people who don't know what the plaintiff and defendant are paid, it's pretty simple: There's a cash total of $5000 or the maximum small claims amount in the party's state. When a party is awarded an amount, that amount is subtracted from the $5000 and given to that side. The remaining money is split evenly. If a side is awarded the state maximum, then the other side leaves with nothing. (Sometimes she'll do this if a person is flat-out lying just so they don't get any money.) If a case is dismissed, neither party will receive any money.

Participants are not reimbursed for travel to LA. They may get a paid hotel room, I'm not sure.
 
2012-11-02 10:42:27 AM  
I find her too histrionic to be believable. I've been in court(s) about once a week for the past 3 years because of my job. Most judges are calm and never get emotional. They're like doctors, they usually don't get emotionally involved with court cases. And she's retired. She's an adjudicator not a judge. I guess Adjudicator Judy is too much of a mouthful.

//I could be wrong. Maybe in the US you can refer to yourself by your former title instead of "ex" whatever.
 
2012-11-02 10:59:33 AM  

moothemagiccow: jaylectricity: Bathia_Mapes: I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.

They still have the TMZ guy out on the street interviewing random people in scarves and winter hats?

Yes. Smart guy for not quitting his day job.


Well...his day job is that he's a lawyer.
 
2012-11-02 11:12:49 AM  

WalkingSnake: Participants are not reimbursed for travel to LA. They may get a paid hotel room, I'm not sure.


I don't know about Judge Judy, but a colleague of mine was on People's Court, and the show paid to send her to NYC. I'd be surprised if Judge Judy's show didn't also provide transportation. Most of her litigants don't look like they could afford to travel to LA on their own dime.
 
2012-11-02 11:33:30 AM  
It obviously makes for good entertainment to many, but she's mean-spirited and generally enjoys being a biatch. I find that incredibly distasteful and having to deal with people like her is a nightmare for everyone involved. Perhaps she was more low key while working as a real judge, but there are judges out there that are as bad or worse. Judges that seem to think the whole operation is about them.
 
2012-11-02 04:11:32 PM  

jaylectricity: moothemagiccow: jaylectricity: Bathia_Mapes: I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.

They still have the TMZ guy out on the street interviewing random people in scarves and winter hats?

Yes. Smart guy for not quitting his day job.

Well...his day job is that he's a lawyer.


pretty sure his day job is standing around asking morons what they think

//hasnt been a lawyer for over a decade
 
2012-11-02 04:27:13 PM  
I watched her show a few times before deciding I couldn't stand her. She was just such a b*$ch about everything. I distinctly remember when I gave up...

Judge Judy: 'What time did you get up and leave for work?'
Defendant: '7:00, 7:30 in the morning'
Judge Judy: 'WELL WHICH ONE WAS IT? SEVEN OR SEVEN THIRTY!?'

Umm, seriously? You think people get up, get ready for work and leave for work in a single instant. Not only was she being a b*$ch - she was being *retarded* as well. I get up for work at 5:40am and I leave for work at 6:15am. There is no single answer to that question.
 
2012-11-02 05:11:31 PM  

moothemagiccow: jaylectricity: moothemagiccow: jaylectricity: Bathia_Mapes: I get a kick out of Judge Judy, but my favorite court TV show is "The People's Court" with Judge Marilyn Milian, and years before her, Judge Joseph Wapner.

They still have the TMZ guy out on the street interviewing random people in scarves and winter hats?

Yes. Smart guy for not quitting his day job.

Well...his day job is that he's a lawyer.

pretty sure his day job is standing around asking morons what they think

//hasnt been a lawyer for over a decade


Point taken, fair enough, etc. But he's still a lawyer. It's why his TMZ show is so successful because he knows where they can and can't go with these celebrities.
 
2012-11-02 09:56:44 PM  
When I was in law school some of us used to go over to the courts to watch her in action. It made for great entertainment. The only problem is that it was clear on many occasions that she had her mind made up before anybody even got to open their mouth and explain themselves. Not what you want in a judge who's supposed to be giving both sides their day in court.
 
2012-11-02 11:22:14 PM  

moothemagiccow: The fat girl should've paid for that toilet. Toilet's don't just physically break. She cracked the porcelain. That's not cumulative, not the straw on the camel. That's ass damage, not shiat damage.


Saw that one and you're right. The truth in that case was as big and bold as her fat arse. It's stunning that a person would appear on national tv, looking like a fat, to defend herself.

If censored just right, a video of that would be freaking hilarious.
 
2012-11-03 02:01:33 AM  
So they're both lying?
 
2012-11-03 08:57:46 PM  
That woman is repulsive. I can't even watch a commercial for her show without fumbling for the remote. I can only discribe the vision I have when hearing her rancid voice as a barren, sandpaper lined vagina with fangs.
 
2012-11-04 01:20:43 AM  
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2012-11-04 01:28:52 PM  
They should have the plaintiff and defense hooked up to lie detectors and everytime they lie they get shocked.
 
2012-11-04 08:46:37 PM  
She makes $45 MILLION a year...

Link
 
2012-11-04 10:30:22 PM  

Kinan: She makes $45 MILLION a year...

Link


There's a lot of hokey math in that link. If she's making $45 million a year but only listed as being worth $110 million, something is off. Then they say she makes $123,000 a day, but then she only works 52 days, but that means she makes $865,385 per episode. It doesn't take 6 days per episode, so she's obviously making more than $123,000 each day she works.

If she works 52 days, she probably is making 3-4 episodes per day in order to put out new episodes five days a week for however many weeks they air new episodes.
 
2012-11-04 10:45:51 PM  
45,000,000 / 123,000 = 365.853658537

What crazy math?
 
2012-11-04 11:33:55 PM  
Everything other than the one thing you picked out of my post.
 
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