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(NJ.com)   County employees are buzzing about prosecutor's purchase of two vibrators   (nj.com) divider line 16
    More: Strange, Francine Hovermann, Mary Kaganzev, legal secretary, letter of reprimand, lawsuit claims, bridgeton, Civil Service Commission  
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2013-11-15 08:19:54 AM  
They shouldn't be--just like hookers, lawyers are obligated to keep up on the most current methods and technologies to properly f*ck you
 
2013-11-15 08:35:43 AM  
Nice headline subby!

+1!
 
2013-11-15 08:44:42 AM  
So this Hoverman person likes to gossip, but Kaganzev sounds like a whiny biatch.  What the heck was there to complain about?
 
2013-11-15 08:48:02 AM  
Neck massagers!
 
2013-11-15 08:54:27 AM  
So...this is how I read it:

Prosecutor and Employee A go to Philly to celebrate employee's birthday.  While they were there, Prosecutor buys a couple of vibrators, probably with her own funds, as the article doesn't state otherwise.  A month later, Employee A gossips with Employee B and tells her that Prosecutor bought a couple of vibrators.

Then this is where I start speculating...

Employee B mentions to Prosecutor that she heard about the purchase.  Prosecutor feels betrayed and embarrassed at first, then gets angry and convinces Employee B to file a complaint.  Prosecutor gets the Assistant Prosecutor to join her mission of revenge and has Employee A demoted, thinking that her revenge is complete and she showed that b--ch not to fark with her.

However, Prosecutor didn't think her cunning plan all the way through. Employee A isn't taking this lying down and files a lawsuit...and we get to reap the benefits of the entertainment value of this story.
 
2013-11-15 08:59:09 AM  
Seems like a whole lot of trouble over 3 broads talking about flickin the bean
 
2013-11-15 09:21:18 AM  
Crewmannumber6:  Seems like a whole lot of trouble over 3 broads talking about flickin the bean

Your synopsis was better than mine.
 
2013-11-15 09:29:10 AM  

EasilyDistracted: So...this is how I read it:

Prosecutor and Employee A go to Philly to celebrate employee's birthday.  While they were there, Prosecutor buys a couple of vibrators, probably with her own funds, as the article doesn't state otherwise.  A month later, Employee A gossips with Employee B and tells her that Prosecutor bought a couple of vibrators.

Then this is where I start speculating...

Employee B mentions to Prosecutor that she heard about the purchase.  Prosecutor feels betrayed and embarrassed at first, then gets angry and convinces Employee B to file a complaint.  Prosecutor gets the Assistant Prosecutor to join her mission of revenge and has Employee A demoted, thinking that her revenge is complete and she showed that b--ch not to fark with her.

However, Prosecutor didn't think her cunning plan all the way through. Employee A isn't taking this lying down and files a lawsuit...and we get to reap the benefits of the entertainment value of this story.


I don't think the Prosecutor even had a chance to get involved.  Employee A told Employee B about the trip.  Employee B gets her panties in a bunch & runs directly to the Professional Standards Unit to complain.  So, either Employee B is a giant prude or has a grudge against Employee A and/or Prosecutor.

BTW, her FB page:  https://www.facebook.com/mary.kaganzev
 
2013-11-15 09:32:17 AM  

Langston: They shouldn't be--just like hookers, lawyers are obligated to keep up on the most current methods and technologies to properly f*ck you


damn, on a roll

/or is it a magic wand?
 
2013-11-15 10:13:32 AM  
I found a picture of the woman who complained:

castle.eiu.edu
 
2013-11-15 10:29:53 AM  
I disagree with above speculation. This is what happened <spoken in my best TV detective voice>

Prosecutor and her girlfriend/lover go out to dinner. After a nice dinner they go to the upscale sex shop to get a few toys to continue celebrating.

A few months later, the office fling is over, and the girlfriend is feeling biatchy about being jilted so she starts trying to undermine the prosecutor at work by spreading gossip about her.

The problem is the women she tells doesn't want to be part of crap being spread and goes and reports it.
 
2013-11-15 10:30:12 AM  
Not really a proper topic for a professional office.
 
2013-11-15 11:06:34 AM  
Some actual consequences for gossiping?
 
2013-11-15 12:56:03 PM  
Some time you just need to keep your big mouth shut.
 
2013-11-15 01:04:00 PM  
FYI - I got a virus notification the second I clicked on that link.
 
2013-11-15 01:18:45 PM  
Why did she need two vibrat......ohhh.
 
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