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2013-02-08 10:25:26 AM  
Goddamn it-- Stories about W need to stop being greenlighted unless it's about his arrest and trial/conviction for crimes against humanity.  Or maybe about his death (hopefully via something very painful and embarassing-- like getting raped to death by a horse.)

Just the mention of that human shiatstain has the potential ruin my whole day. We're going to be spending decades cleaning up the messes that war criminal has created. Any explicit reminder that he is allowed to walk around as a free man pisses me off to no end.
 
2013-02-08 10:26:15 AM  
Whoops.  Wrong thread.

Oh well.
 
2013-02-08 10:58:34 AM  

Riche: Whoops.  Wrong thread.

Oh well.


Woah, that confused me. I thought she just flipped off a judge. Wasn't sure we had elevated that to a Hague-level infraction.
 
2013-02-08 10:59:32 AM  
Drug court. Her life is ruined.
 
2013-02-08 11:00:51 AM  

Riche: Whoops.  Wrong thread.

Oh well.


I think the comment is appropriate for this thread and video.
 
2013-02-08 11:02:28 AM  
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD STOP STROKING YOUR farkING HAIR
 
2013-02-08 11:05:04 AM  
 
2013-02-08 11:24:39 AM  
 
2013-02-08 11:25:45 AM  
How can this have a follow up tag, when the original video of her pissing off the first judge didn't get greenlit?

Maybe I missed it, but I wasn't able to find it.
 
2013-02-08 11:29:32 AM  

Beerguy: How can this have a follow up tag, when the original video of her pissing off the first judge didn't get greenlit?

Maybe I missed it, but I wasn't able to find it.


Here it is
 
2013-02-08 11:31:16 AM  
Good for the oringial judge. I really mean that. This dipsh*t kid needs to understand that some people take crime seriously. She obviously doesn't get it and thinks it's all a joke. She needs to be incarecerated for awhile and understand the rules of society apply to mouthy punks. Good for the judge. Needs a hero tag.
 
2013-02-08 11:33:02 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: Beerguy: How can this have a follow up tag, when the original video of her pissing off the first judge didn't get greenlit?

Maybe I missed it, but I wasn't able to find it.

Here it is


Thanks. Yup, I missed it.....more coffee STAT!
 
2013-02-08 11:34:08 AM  

Beerguy: Bathia_Mapes: Beerguy: How can this have a follow up tag, when the original video of her pissing off the first judge didn't get greenlit?

Maybe I missed it, but I wasn't able to find it.

Here it is

Thanks. Yup, I missed it.....more coffee STAT!


Heh! You can just blame it being Friday. :-D
 
2013-02-08 12:45:42 PM  
One more day and she wasn't feenin from xanax as much.
 
2013-02-08 01:06:09 PM  

Revek: One more day and she wasn't feenin from xanax as much.




That shiat is evil incarnate.
 
2013-02-08 01:26:43 PM  

Riche: Goddamn it-- Stories about W need to stop being greenlighted ...



Throw the Clintons and Barry in there and you got yourself a deal.
 
2013-02-08 01:35:20 PM  
The original judge was a farking hero and I think he was too easy on her.

Like many of you I have problems with our backwards drug laws, but all that aside, what she she did in court was beyond stupid.  He did her a favor by teaching her an important life lesson and she is a better person now because of it.  We're so worried about treating everyone with kid gloves these days, had he not acted he would have just been enabling her to continue being a punk dipshiat with no respect for society,

tl;dr version: the judge in the original version is awesome.
 
2013-02-08 01:53:42 PM  

ExpressPork: The original judge was a farking hero and I think he was too easy on her.

Like many of you I have problems with our backwards drug laws, but all that aside, what she she did in court was beyond stupid.  He did her a favor by teaching her an important life lesson and she is a better person now because of it.  We're so worried about treating everyone with kid gloves these days, had he not acted he would have just been enabling her to continue being a punk dipshiat with no respect for society,

tl;dr version: the judge in the original version is awesome.




Unfortunately you can tell that the judge was getting off on it.

That's farked up.
 
2013-02-08 01:54:36 PM  
www.plaintivewail.com
 
2013-02-08 02:16:19 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Unfortunately you can tell that the judge was getting off on it.

That's farked up.


What would you have him do?  Ignore her blatant disrespect of him and the court? Because he enjoyed that somehow makes what he did wrong?

What farked up is that you see a problem with it.  What's farked up is that on almost every major news source I've seen this story they fault the judge.  This is what's wrong with our country.  You treat asshats like victims and then wonder why the country keeps getting worse and why our kids keep growing up more and more ignorant.  I'm pretty sure that girl will never disrespect a court again.

Why is that farked up that he may have enjoyed it?  I know I would enjoy it.  I'd be chomping at the bit to teach that stupid biatch a lesson.
 
2013-02-08 02:52:38 PM  

Riche: Whoops.  Wrong thread.

Oh well.


Nah, worked for me.
 
2013-02-08 03:15:57 PM  

ExpressPork: The original judge was a farking hero and I think he was too easy on her.

Like many of you I have problems with our backwards drug laws, but all that aside, what she she did in court was beyond stupid.  He did her a favor by teaching her an important life lesson and she is a better person now because of it.  We're so worried about treating everyone with kid gloves these days, had he not acted he would have just been enabling her to continue being a punk dipshiat with no respect for society,

tl;dr version: the judge in the original version is awesome.



Wow, I never saw anyone defend this POS. Yeah, what a favor he did her. First he starts the shakedown, asking about her car and jewelry. O good, maybe we can really make her pay! It has nothing to do with the goddamn xanax. And then he was cavalier with her, "Buh bye!" so she was casual with him "Adios!" Both of them are latino and so how is adios out of line in any way? How arrogant yet sensitive do you have to be to feel slighted by "adios"? The dude was on a complete power trip and you defend him? She shouldn't have even had to be there in the first place. Your type is the reason this country is a shiat hole and why we can't have nice things.
 
2013-02-08 03:16:51 PM  

indarwinsshadow: Good for the oringial judge. I really mean that. This dipsh*t kid needs to understand that some people take crime seriously. She obviously doesn't get it and thinks it's all a joke. She needs to be incarecerated for awhile and understand the rules of society apply to mouthy punks. Good for the judge. Needs a hero tag.


You'd have a point if she had committed an actual crime.
 
2013-02-08 03:22:20 PM  

jigger: ExpressPork: The original judge was a farking hero and I think he was too easy on her.

Like many of you I have problems with our backwards drug laws, but all that aside, what she she did in court was beyond stupid.  He did her a favor by teaching her an important life lesson and she is a better person now because of it.  We're so worried about treating everyone with kid gloves these days, had he not acted he would have just been enabling her to continue being a punk dipshiat with no respect for society,

tl;dr version: the judge in the original version is awesome.


Wow, I never saw anyone defend this POS. Yeah, what a favor he did her. First he starts the shakedown, asking about her car and jewelry. O good, maybe we can really make her pay! It has nothing to do with the goddamn xanax. And then he was cavalier with her, "Buh bye!" so she was casual with him "Adios!" Both of them are latino and so how is adios out of line in any way? How arrogant yet sensitive do you have to be to feel slighted by "adios"? The dude was on a complete power trip and you defend him? She shouldn't have even had to be there in the first place. Your type is the reason this country is a shiat hole and why we can't have nice things.


Yeah, she was passed out by the side of the road high on xanax and booze, with another 26 doses in her purse. They were asking her if she had enough money to afford a lawyer, or whether she qualified for a public defender.

Great post though, sport.
 
2013-02-08 03:23:07 PM  

jigger: Wow, I never saw anyone defend this POS. Yeah, what a favor he did her. First he starts the shakedown, asking about her car and jewelry. O good, maybe we can really make her pay! It has nothing to do with the goddamn xanax. And then he was cavalier with her, "Buh bye!" so she was casual with him "Adios!" Both of them are latino and so how is adios out of line in any way? How arrogant yet sensitive do you have to be to feel slighted by "adios"? The dude was on a complete power trip and you defend him? She shouldn't have even had to be there in the first place. Your type is the reason this country is a shiat hole and why we can't have nice things.


"My type" is the reason?  People who think you should act respectful in a courtroom?
Her assets are totally relevant.  Otherwise the taxpayers (you and I) are the ones paying her bills you idiot.  If you'd like to pay her bills for her then be my guest. Maybe you can send her a check directly.

The girl acts like that in a courtroom and you defend her while calling the man who is working and contributing to society paying his bills a "POS".  You are definitely part of the problem, whether you know it or not.
 
2013-02-08 03:36:36 PM  

halfof33: Yeah, she was passed out by the side of the road high on xanax and booze,


This is a crime to you? I guess she should be arrested. How will her victims ever cope?

halfof33: with another 26 doses in her purse


God farking forbid.

halfof33: They were asking her if she had enough money to afford a lawyer, or whether she qualified for a public defender.


She shouldn't have even been there.

ExpressPork: People who think you should act respectful in a courtroom?


She was acting respectful until he slapped her with an extra $5000 just for the hell of it. Should she have been on her knees asking massa not to whip her?

ExpressPork: Otherwise the taxpayers (you and I) are the ones paying her bills you idiot.


She shouldn't have even been there to have any bills. The judge and the prosecutor work for the state (they're on the same team, no conflict of interest there) and are paid by taxes. Maybe by stopping the prosecution of people who possess some drug, a huge percentage of all court cases, there wouldn't be the need for so many judges and prosecutors and such an expensive justice legal system for you to pay for. Besides, the judge was all too happy to "pay her bills" with taxpayer money to lock her up for 30 days. Hell, why not, he doesn't have to foot that bill. It's no skin off his back. This is why we can't have nice things. So yeah, your ignorant type.

ExpressPork: The girl acts like that in a courtroom and you defend her while calling the man who is working and contributing to society paying his bills a "POS".


That is farking laughable. Yeah, that was a real contribution to society we witnessed there. Everyone is better off because he showed an 18 year old girl who her real owners are.
 
2013-02-08 03:40:14 PM  

jigger: She shouldn't have even been there.


Oh!  Well that settles that then.  Stupid cops, violating her constitutional rights to take potentially lethal doses of alcohol and drugs and pass out in the street at 2 a.m.

Jigger says she has rights, damnit!

hee hee!
 
2013-02-08 03:55:54 PM  

halfof33: Oh!  Well that settles that then.  Stupid cops, violating her constitutional rights to take potentially lethal doses of alcohol and drugs and pass out in the street at 2 a.m.


Obviously the solution is to arrest her, charge her, slap her with a huge bond, bring her to court where she will be summarily convicted, slap her with huge fines, make her pick up trash on the highway and make sure this shiat goes on her permanent record potentially making certain parts of the rest of her life more difficult. This is called "help."
 
2013-02-08 03:57:30 PM  
Yet another example of "you're not the boss of me" syndrome.
 
2013-02-08 04:01:58 PM  

jigger: Obviously the solution is to arrest her, charge her, slap her with a huge bond, bring her to court where she will be summarily convicted, slap her with huge fines, make her pick up trash on the highway and make sure this shiat goes on her permanent record potentially making certain parts of the rest of her life more difficult. This is called "help."


HAHAHA!!!  I like you!  You do know that she wasn't convicted, the contempt was purged and she was referred to a drug treatment facility, right?

Oh wait, but your OUTRAGE!  YOUR OUTRAGE!  Whatever shall you do without it!

lolz.
 
2013-02-08 04:02:22 PM  

jigger: halfof33: Oh!  Well that settles that then.  Stupid cops, violating her constitutional rights to take potentially lethal doses of alcohol and drugs and pass out in the street at 2 a.m.

Obviously the solution is to arrest her, charge her, slap her with a huge bond, bring her to court where she will be summarily convicted, slap her with huge fines, make her pick up trash on the highway and make sure this shiat goes on her permanent record potentially making certain parts of the rest of her life more difficult. This is called "help."


She broke the law, knowingly and voluntarily. She was arrested, charged, and slapped with a bond commensurate with the charges. She was flippant, so the bond was doubled. She was rude, so she was charged with contempt of court. She was sentenced to "help", actually, after completing her sentence for contempt of court. The only person, so far, making her life difficult is, well, her.

There's nothing there that seems overly offensive, given the current state of law. What, exactly, are you objecting to?
 
2013-02-08 04:03:49 PM  

halfof33: jigger: Obviously the solution is to arrest her, charge her, slap her with a huge bond, bring her to court where she will be summarily convicted, slap her with huge fines, make her pick up trash on the highway and make sure this shiat goes on her permanent record potentially making certain parts of the rest of her life more difficult. This is called "help."

HAHAHA!!!  I like you!  You do know that she wasn't convicted, the contempt was purged and she was referred to a drug treatment facility, right?

Oh wait, but your OUTRAGE!  YOUR OUTRAGE!  Whatever shall you do without it!

lolz.


This, actually - she's actually getting "help", despite her attempts to make her own life more difficult.
 
2013-02-08 04:22:40 PM  

Riche: Whoops.  Wrong thread.

Oh well.


Hey look. A completely misinformed leftist completely misdirecting his anger. This must be a day ending in "y" or something.
 
2013-02-08 05:20:33 PM  

Riche: Goddamn it-- Stories about W need to stop being greenlighted unless it's about his arrest and trial/conviction for crimes against humanity.  Or maybe about his death (hopefully via something very painful and embarassing-- like getting raped to death by a horse.)

Just the mention of that human shiatstain has the potential ruin my whole day. We're going to be spending decades cleaning up the messes that war criminal has created. Any explicit reminder that he is allowed to walk around as a free man pisses me off to no end.


Get a grip.
 
2013-02-08 06:08:40 PM  
Why doesn't she have any tits?
 
2013-02-08 06:35:30 PM  
Bottom line:

When you appear in ANY court room or are otherwise in the presence of a Judge, you behave and show respect. If this concept escapes you, you belong in jail for pure stupidity.

Arrogant, vapid gash should've been thrown in a hole for at LEAST 30 days...
 
2013-02-08 07:17:34 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: Revek: One more day and she wasn't feenin from xanax as much.

That shiat is evil incarnate.


Blame the person, not the drug.
 
2013-02-08 07:52:35 PM  

halfof33: HAHAHA!!!  I like you!  You do know that she wasn't convicted, the contempt was purged and she was referred to a drug treatment facility, right?

Oh wait, but your OUTRAGE!  YOUR OUTRAGE!  Whatever shall you do without it!

lolz.


How long was she sitting in jail before the contempt was purged? Long enough to teach her a lesson, right? Oh so she was acquitted? No, she took a plea deal that involved her going to some worthless drug treatment center. And you do realize what those places are all about right, the ones that take the court-ordered cases? It's just a huge racket.

I'll bet the only reason she was let out of jail was because of the press coverage.

FormlessOne: This, actually - she's actually getting "help", despite her attempts to make her own life more difficult.


Help? Damn, you people are completely clueless.

FormlessOne: She broke the law, knowingly and voluntarily. She was arrested, charged, and slapped with a bond commensurate with the charges. She was flippant, so the bond was doubled.


She was being casual (despite the circumstances). The judge was being casual too. She was 18 years old. How was she supposed to know that she was supposed to bow her head and worship his reverence?

FormlessOne: She was rude, so she was charged with contempt of court.


Oh, the judge wasn't being rude? He was just trying to be nice and she got all uppity?

FormlessOne: She was sentenced to "help", actually, after completing her sentence for contempt of court. The only person, so far, making her life difficult is, well, her.


Oh so she did spend the whole 30 days in jail? Which is completely at the discretion of the judge. He just wanted to prove to her that she doesn't own herself and that she should have worshipped him like the god that he is. And 30 days in jail will really teach you some great life lessons, like how to break into houses or cook up some crack.

bump: Arrogant, vapid gash


The judge can be as arrogant and vapid as he likes, being a god and all. A mere mortal wouldn't dare.
 
2013-02-08 08:12:41 PM  
Did the second judge think she was a celebrity or something?
 
2013-02-08 08:38:12 PM  
Lol I can't believe there are still people defending this piece of trash who broke the law.

Maybe it's drug related.

haha get it.....drug related..it's a play on words....like the people defending her can relate to her because they're on drugs too

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

you can always tell the druggies in these threads.

we need a good DUI thread...it's been too long.
 
2013-02-08 08:57:03 PM  

KidneyStone: jigger: ExpressPork: The original judge was a farking hero and I think he was too easy on her.

Like many of you I have problems with our backwards drug laws, but all that aside, what she she did in court was beyond stupid.  He did her a favor by teaching her an important life lesson and she is a better person now because of it.  We're so worried about treating everyone with kid gloves these days, had he not acted he would have just been enabling her to continue being a punk dipshiat with no respect for society,

tl;dr version: the judge in the original version is awesome.


Wow, I never saw anyone defend this POS. Yeah, what a favor he did her. First he starts the shakedown, asking about her car and jewelry. O good, maybe we can really make her pay! It has nothing to do with the goddamn xanax. And then he was cavalier with her, "Buh bye!" so she was casual with him "Adios!" Both of them are latino and so how is adios out of line in any way? How arrogant yet sensitive do you have to be to feel slighted by "adios"? The dude was on a complete power trip and you defend him? She shouldn't have even had to be there in the first place. Your type is the reason this country is a shiat hole and why we can't have nice things.

Jigger, please


That gave me a hearty belly laugh.
Wife thought I was looking at cat videos without her.

+1
 
2013-02-08 09:15:50 PM  

jigger: How long was she sitting in jail before the contempt was purged? Long enough to teach her a lesson, right? Oh so she was acquitted? No, she took a plea deal that involved her going to some worthless drug treatment center. And you do realize what those places are all about right, the ones that take the court-ordered cases? It's just a huge racket.


Lolz, you know so much about shiat you know nothing about.


It would have been better had she died on the street than have jigger take on the role as her self appointed junkie white knight.


Although, the "ask question"  "Oh so she....?" style of argument?  Pretty effective!


So did jigger get through 12th grade?  Oh, so he failed out in 10th grade?


hee hee!

 
2013-02-08 09:37:49 PM  

jigger: halfof33: HAHAHA!!!  I like you!  You do know that she wasn't convicted, the contempt was purged and she was referred to a drug treatment facility, right?

Oh wait, but your OUTRAGE!  YOUR OUTRAGE!  Whatever shall you do without it!

lolz.

How long was she sitting in jail before the contempt was purged? Long enough to teach her a lesson, right? Oh so she was acquitted? No, she took a plea deal that involved her going to some worthless drug treatment center. And you do realize what those places are all about right, the ones that take the court-ordered cases? It's just a huge racket.

I'll bet the only reason she was let out of jail was because of the press coverage.

FormlessOne: This, actually - she's actually getting "help", despite her attempts to make her own life more difficult.

Help? Damn, you people are completely clueless.

FormlessOne: She broke the law, knowingly and voluntarily. She was arrested, charged, and slapped with a bond commensurate with the charges. She was flippant, so the bond was doubled.

She was being casual (despite the circumstances). The judge was being casual too. She was 18 years old. How was she supposed to know that she was supposed to bow her head and worship his reverence?

FormlessOne: She was rude, so she was charged with contempt of court.

Oh, the judge wasn't being rude? He was just trying to be nice and she got all uppity?

FormlessOne: She was sentenced to "help", actually, after completing her sentence for contempt of court. The only person, so far, making her life difficult is, well, her.

Oh so she did spend the whole 30 days in jail? Which is completely at the discretion of the judge. He just wanted to prove to her that she doesn't own herself and that she should have worshipped him like the god that he is. And 30 days in jail will really teach you some great life lessons, like how to break into houses or cook up some crack.

bump: Arrogant, vapid gash

The judge can be as arrogant and vapid as he likes, being a god and ...


Lets just stop beating around the bush here, and clear the decks so you can tell your sob story of how you got railroaded for possession.

\'cause there's no other reason for you to be such a tool about this
 
2013-02-08 10:58:19 PM  
The point is that everyone involved got to be an asshole and still feel self-righteous and justified about it.  Isn't that what it's really all about?
 
2013-02-09 01:21:45 AM  

AiryAnne: Did the second judge think she was a celebrity or something?


FTFA: Soto appeared in drug court Wednesday, where a different judge, Jeffrey Rosinek, told her she would be released once she served the contempt sentence and that her case would be dismissed with the completion of a drug program.

Calm down guys, she still has to serve the contempt sentence.  The second judge hasn't thrown that out.
 
2013-02-09 02:15:20 AM  

jigger: halfof33: HAHAHA!!!  I like you!  You do know that she wasn't convicted, the contempt was purged and she was referred to a drug treatment facility, right?

Oh wait, but your OUTRAGE!  YOUR OUTRAGE!  Whatever shall you do without it!

lolz.

How long was she sitting in jail before the contempt was purged? Long enough to teach her a lesson, right? Oh so she was acquitted? No, she took a plea deal that involved her going to some worthless drug treatment center. And you do realize what those places are all about right, the ones that take the court-ordered cases? It's just a huge racket.

I'll bet the only reason she was let out of jail was because of the press coverage.

FormlessOne: This, actually - she's actually getting "help", despite her attempts to make her own life more difficult.

Help? Damn, you people are completely clueless.

FormlessOne: She broke the law, knowingly and voluntarily. She was arrested, charged, and slapped with a bond commensurate with the charges. She was flippant, so the bond was doubled.

She was being casual (despite the circumstances). The judge was being casual too. She was 18 years old. How was she supposed to know that she was supposed to bow her head and worship his reverence?

FormlessOne: She was rude, so she was charged with contempt of court.

Oh, the judge wasn't being rude? He was just trying to be nice and she got all uppity?

FormlessOne: She was sentenced to "help", actually, after completing her sentence for contempt of court. The only person, so far, making her life difficult is, well, her.

Oh so she did spend the whole 30 days in jail? Which is completely at the discretion of the judge. He just wanted to prove to her that she doesn't own herself and that she should have worshipped him like the god that he is. And 30 days in jail will really teach you some great life lessons, like how to break into houses or cook up some crack.

bump: Arrogant, vapid gash

The judge can be as arrogant and vapid as he likes, being a god and ...

 
2013-02-09 03:21:57 AM  

jigger: ExpressPork: The original judge was a farking hero and I think he was too easy on her.

Like many of you I have problems with our backwards drug laws, but all that aside, what she she did in court was beyond stupid.  He did her a favor by teaching her an important life lesson and she is a better person now because of it.  We're so worried about treating everyone with kid gloves these days, had he not acted he would have just been enabling her to continue being a punk dipshiat with no respect for society,

tl;dr version: the judge in the original version is awesome.


Wow, I never saw anyone defend this POS. Yeah, what a favor he did her. First he starts the shakedown, asking about her car and jewelry. O good, maybe we can really make her pay! It has nothing to do with the goddamn xanax. And then he was cavalier with her, "Buh bye!" so she was casual with him "Adios!" Both of them are latino and so how is adios out of line in any way? How arrogant yet sensitive do you have to be to feel slighted by "adios"? The dude was on a complete power trip and you defend him? She shouldn't have even had to be there in the first place. Your type is the reason this country is a shiat hole and why we can't have nice

one of the best trolls i've seen in awhile, well done

 
2013-02-09 09:17:02 AM  

KentuckyBob: Riche: Goddamn it-- Stories about W need to stop being greenlighted ...


Throw the Clintons and Barry in there and you got yourself a deal.


You've given me an idea.  I used to think that to fix our political system and hire lawmakers who'll actually do their jobs without posturing for power, we should forget popular elections and instead conscript lawmakers from the general populous.  Kinda like jury duty, but "OK, Joe.  You're smart enough and qualified to think, so now you have to be governor for 2 years.

Too many holes in that idea, though.  My new idea, inspired by you, is let the politians run for office and get elected.  But when their term in office is over, they'll have to serve a mandatory prison sentence commensurate  with the level of office they held.
 
2013-02-09 11:16:28 AM  

suziequzie: AiryAnne: Did the second judge think she was a celebrity or something?

FTFA: Soto appeared in drug court Wednesday, where a different judge, Jeffrey Rosinek, told her she would be released once she served the contempt sentence and that her case would be dismissed with the completion of a drug program.

Calm down guys, she still has to serve the contempt sentence.  The second judge hasn't thrown that out.




Calm down gal, the first judge vacated the contempt yesterday.
 
2013-02-09 12:20:57 PM  

bump: Bottom line:

When you appear in ANY court room or are otherwise in the presence of a Judge, you behave and show respect. If this concept escapes you, you belong in jail for pure stupidity.

Arrogant, vapid gash should've been thrown in a hole for at LEAST 30 days...


This.
 
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