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(AZ Family)   The infernal screech you just heard that sounded like a haunted wail racing up from the bowels of Hades was merely Nancy Grace reacting to the news that a judge has banned live TV coverage of the Jodi Arias retrial   (azfamily.com) divider line 46
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2013-11-16 10:29:28 AM
Just another case of an activist liberal judge trying to strip away our constitutional freedoms. They did it with ObamaCare, they did it with Benghazi,and they're doing it now with the Jodi Arias trial.

Impeach Obama for this!
 
2013-11-16 10:30:20 AM
I'd bang the glasses off Jodi. Nancy Grace...its hard to picture her naked. I get the weird idea she had her vagina sewn up.
 
2013-11-16 10:32:27 AM
Thank God. Maybe this means we won't have to hear about the stupid murdering biatch every single farking day.

/If you think national coverage was off the wall, try living here where the trial took place
//And having to carpool to work in that area every day
 
2013-11-16 10:33:42 AM
That's okay, they can just all head out to the parking lot.

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2013-11-16 10:35:48 AM
The infernal screech you just heard that sounded like a haunted wail racing up from the bowels of Hades was merely Nancy Grace reacting to the news that a judge has banned live TV coverage of the Jodi Arias retrial
 
2013-11-16 10:40:48 AM
They're having a farking retrial? Wasn't she guilty enough?

Under Arizona law, while Arias' murder conviction stands, prosecutors have the option of pursuing another penalty phase with a new jury in an effort to get a death sentence.

Sounds ridiculous.
 
2013-11-16 10:41:17 AM
I don't have any idea who Jodi Arias is, but the fact that Nancy Grace will not have a seat of condemnation to enjoy at the next BS media trial makes me smile.
 
2013-11-16 10:41:50 AM
So Arizona's response to a jury that convicts but is hung on the sentencing phase is to just get a new jury and start over from a save-point?

That's... surprisingly practical and level-headed for Arizona.  I guess they do have some laws that aren't channeling pure insanity and/or racism.
 
2013-11-16 10:43:33 AM
Good.
 
2013-11-16 10:44:17 AM

hardinparamedic: Just another case of an activist liberal judge trying to strip away our constitutional freedoms. They did it with ObamaCare, they did it with Benghazi,and they're doing it now with the Jodi Arias trial.

Impeach Obama for this!


0/10 Someone might care.
 
2013-11-16 10:49:13 AM

cryinoutloud: They're having a farking retrial? Wasn't she guilty enough?

Under Arizona law, while Arias' murder conviction stands, prosecutors have the option of pursuing another penalty phase with a new jury in an effort to get a death sentence.

Sounds ridiculous.


I am happy there will be no TV.  It really was a PITA around here during the trial.  I have no issue with a new penalty phase jury, and wish a few members of the original jury would be taken out an flogged.

/libby Arizonan
 
2013-11-16 10:51:59 AM
Nancy Grace isn't happy?

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GOOD.
 
2013-11-16 10:53:29 AM
This is a waste of tax money. If the jury could not agree on the death penalty, fine. Give her life without parole and call it good.

Just don't ever, ever let this crazy biatch back out into society.
 
2013-11-16 10:54:09 AM
Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?

/serious
 
2013-11-16 10:54:54 AM
I haven't watch Headline News since she started.  I was hoping she'd have outraged herself into a black hole by now.
 
2013-11-16 10:55:09 AM
The infernal screech you just heard that sounded like a haunted wail racing up from the bowels of Hades was merely Nancy Grace reacting to the news that a judge has banned live TV coverage of the Jodi Arias retrial enjoying a session with her new 18" deep cycle powered vibrator

/You're welcome
 
2013-11-16 11:00:13 AM

buzzcut73: The infernal screech you just heard that sounded like a haunted wail racing up from the bowels of Hades was merely Nancy Grace reacting to the news that a judge has banned live TV coverage of the Jodi Arias retrial enjoying a session with her new 18" deep cycle powered vibrator

/You're welcome


Pics?
 
2013-11-16 11:02:50 AM
When will the people realize that Nancy Grace is as much of a predator as the perpetrators in the cases she covers?
 
2013-11-16 11:04:28 AM

Infobahn: I am happy there will be no TV.  It really was a PITA around here during the trial.  I have no issue with a new penalty phase jury, and wish a few members of the original jury would be taken out an flogged.
/libby Arizonan


I was in Phoenix last year while the last part of the trial was going on, and I don't want to hear any more about it either. That's the only reason I know who she is--and that biatch is CRAZY. Guilty of everything and some crimes she didn't even get a chance to commit.
 
2013-11-16 11:06:13 AM

Norad: I'd bang the glasses off Jodi. Nancy Grace...its hard to picture her naked. I get the weird idea she had her vagina sewn up.


Don't you hate that?
 
2013-11-16 11:06:54 AM
I want to tie Nancy Grace to a vibrating massage chair and shove a hungry mouse up her hoohah.
 
2013-11-16 11:10:36 AM

theMightyRegeya: Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?

/serious


Because sex, something, something....
 
2013-11-16 11:14:04 AM

theMightyRegeya: Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?

/serious


Attractive white girl.
 
2013-11-16 11:17:31 AM

Jim_Callahan: So Arizona's response to a jury that convicts but is hung on the sentencing phase is to just get a new jury and start over from a save-point?

That's... surprisingly practical and level-headed for Arizona.  I guess they do have some laws that aren't channeling pure insanity and/or racism.


Ye...yes...I am going to start using that analogy from now on...
Welcome to our wonderful red/blue state
 
2013-11-16 11:17:50 AM

theMightyRegeya: Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?
/serious


She's the one you all want to STICK YOUR DICK IN.
 
2013-11-16 11:34:00 AM
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2013-11-16 11:39:59 AM
i.chzbgr.com
 
2013-11-16 11:44:02 AM

Evil Mackerel: hardinparamedic: Impeach Obama for this!

0/10 Someone might care.


He's persistent though... I usually give a 1/10 as a merit award, you know, like at the handicap olympics. This kid though, once earned a -20/10 in one of his trollolols.
 
2013-11-16 11:49:29 AM

cryinoutloud: theMightyRegeya: Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?
/serious

She's the one you all want to STICK YOUR DICK IN.


You haven't been paying attention, have you.
weknowmemes.com
 
2013-11-16 12:05:18 PM

cptjeff: theMightyRegeya: Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?

/serious

Attractive white girl.


You know, on the one hand, I'm glad that morons didn't just start yelling "DEPORT HER" as soon as it made national news; on the other hand, it's weird that the derisive "white people" comment is snaring an ever-wider group of people.

I think my perception has been tainted by looking into the Social Justice Warriors, who have a pretty wide definition of "white" when they talk about privilege.

i2.cdn.turner.com

White girl.

www.washingtonpost.com

White guy.

content9.flixster.com

Whitest guy in Hollywood.

www.martinfrost.ws

The most privileged white people who have ever existed.

And seen recently on BoingBoing:

hairstyles-galaxy.com

White girl.

And as a bonus from that same discussion:

White girl.

I suppose in a way it makes the U.S. better than Europe, where people get beat up for not being the right kind of white.

Anyway, carry on, sorry for the threadjack.
 
2013-11-16 12:06:11 PM

theMightyRegeya: And as a bonus from that same discussion:

White girl.


Sorry, there was supposed to be a picture of Hallie Berry there.
 
2013-11-16 12:06:22 PM

Richard_The_Clown: [i.chzbgr.com image 500x332]


Was waiting for this since this morning because I'm too hung over to bother doing it myself.
 
2013-11-16 12:17:59 PM

theMightyRegeya: You know, on the one hand, I'm glad that morons didn't just start yelling "DEPORT HER" as soon as it made national news; on the other hand, it's weird that the derisive "white people" comment is snaring an ever-wider group of people.


I don't actually know or care, so you may be reading way too much into it. I was using that as a shorthand for the same old Nancy Grace crap where she picks out a white female either as offender or victim and makes a massive media spectacle out of an unimportant case. I didn't follow the case at all, and I do not give a flying fark about the case. I do want to see Nancy Grace in horrendous pain, which is why I'm in this thread.
 
2013-11-16 12:23:20 PM

Jim_Callahan: So Arizona's response to a jury that convicts but is hung on the sentencing phase is to just get a new jury and start over from a save-point?

That's... surprisingly practical and level-headed for Arizona.  I guess they do have some laws that aren't channeling pure insanity and/or racism.


I suppose that's one way of looking at it.  Personally, I see it more like they're telling prosecutors "oh, you din't get the death penalty?  Okay, here, just try again until you do!"  It's certainly not double jeopardy, but it's got the same smell and color, and "try again until you get the result you want" is the very reason we have laws about it.  Seems like a better system would be that if they don't get a definite affirmative for the death penalty, the death penalty gets taken off the table.
 
2013-11-16 12:40:20 PM
When has not knowing what's going on ever stopped Nancy Grace from opening her yap?
 
2013-11-16 12:58:47 PM

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: When has not knowing what's going on ever stopped Nancy Grace from opening her yap?


Point taken. And doesn't the notion that she probably reacted like this after learning of the ban warm your heart?
 
2013-11-16 01:04:29 PM

theMightyRegeya: Why was this particular murder trial national news, anyway?

/serious


Kinky Mormon secks.
 
2013-11-16 01:21:24 PM

Evil Mackerel: hardinparamedic: Just another case of an activist liberal judge trying to strip away our constitutional freedoms. They did it with ObamaCare, they did it with Benghazi,and they're doing it now with the Jodi Arias trial.

Impeach Obama for this!

0/10 Someone might care.


special20: Evil Mackerel: hardinparamedic: Impeach Obama for this!

0/10 Someone might care.

He's persistent though... I usually give a 1/10 as a merit award, you know, like at the handicap olympics. This kid though, once earned a -20/10 in one of his trollolols.


Obvious, blatant over the top mocking sarcasm is trolling to you people?

Christ. Have higher standards and a thicker skin.
 
2013-11-16 01:34:19 PM
I still can't figure out how this case made it off the metro page of the local paper. Girl kills boyfriend, then lies about it. So? It's a slight switch, since most domestic homicides have a male perpetrator and a female victim, but it's not THAT odd.
 
2013-11-16 01:36:46 PM

Richard_The_Clown: [i.chzbgr.com image 500x332]


Well, that meme didn't take long.
 
2013-11-16 02:01:04 PM

mbillips: I still can't figure out how this case made it off the metro page of the local paper. Girl kills boyfriend, then lies about it. So? It's a slight switch, since most domestic homicides have a male perpetrator and a female victim, but it's not THAT odd.


There are also naked pictures of her on the internet, so that adds to the public interest.
 
2013-11-16 02:08:53 PM

Last Man on Earth: Jim_Callahan:

So Arizona's response to a jury that convicts but is hung on the sentencing phase is to just get a new jury and start over from a save-point?

That's... surprisingly practical and level-headed for Arizona.  I guess they do have some laws that aren't channeling pure insanity and/or racism.

I suppose that's one way of looking at it.  Personally, I see it more like they're telling prosecutors "oh, you din't get the death penalty?  Okay, here, just try again until you do!"  It's certainly not double jeopardy, but it's got the same smell and color, and "try again until you get the result you want" is the very reason we have laws about it.  Seems like a better system would be that if they don't get a definite affirmative for the death penalty, the death penalty gets taken off the table.


That would make sense if anybody's life, including yours and mine, had any value. The fact is there are about 6 billion too many of us already, most of whom do nothing but consume, pollute, and produce the next generation of consuming polluters. Meanwhile prisons are hellholes that are getting steadily worse, while we build more such hellholes to torture more people in instead of addressing the social problems that result in such a high incarceration rate. Indeed many rural counties in states like Kentucky look forward to more prisons, including private for-profit prisons, to give their people jobs to finance their child support, SUV payments and "substance" habits with.

The high crime rate, the high prison population and the high numbers of people who haven't worked in years and have little prospect of ever getting a half-decent job prove my point: our population must be reduced. One way to do it is to use the "criminal justice system": increase the number of crimes punishable by death and increase the numbers of executions of those thus sentenced. Why not, if the only thing we can think of to do with our excess defectives is warehouse them in horrible conditions no self-respecting human being should want to endure, and to likewise degrade hundreds of thousands of people by giving them no job more worthwhile than cop or jailer? Wouldn't it be much more cost-effective to eliminate our surplus defectives and use the savings to provide better lives for people who are smart enough to stay out of prison, whether as inmates or staff? We don't even need furnaces to cremate them in if we feed their meat to pigs and pets.

Another thing: people who talk about jobs as if they're great things and bemoan the "welfare" statistics are missing the point: there is no way to provide meaningful productive employment for most unemployed Americans who want to work, and there's no reason we should. The fact that the USA has such a high number of very fat people watching big-screen TVs who haven't worked in years (if ever) and have no hope of finding jobs, i.e. that for decades now we've structured our economy to encourage sedentary stupidity, proves that we can afford it. Indeed, one of the worst things that can happen to those who do work is that a lot of these people will be made to get off their fat butts, which will further reduce wages and job security for the vast majority of employed workers. Furthermore, as most people who have jobs already know deep down, most jobs are stupid and useless, and a lot of those are demeaning and degrading. How many burger vendors and paralegals do we really need?

In order to keep supporting America's aristocracy of idiocy we need to admit a few simple truths. One is that the fewer dangerous and active idiots we have, the better it'll be for the rest of us. If we won't drastically reduce the birth rate we'll need death camps. Highly automated ones, so more of us can watch them on TV.

And yes, I've skipped a few syllogistic steps here but the smarter folks out there can fill in the blanks. Assuming you know how. Y'all don't pay me enough to do all your thinking for you anyhow.
 
2013-11-16 02:44:14 PM

The One True TheDavid: That would make sense if anybody's life, including yours and mine, had any value. The fact is there are about 6 billion too many of us already, most of whom do nothing but consume, pollute, and produce the next generation of consuming polluters


I imagine this category, magically, doesn't include you. You're *Special*.
 
2013-11-16 02:56:33 PM

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: When has not knowing what's going on ever stopped Nancy Grace from opening her yap?


now we are starting with the ancient history quiz questions?
 
2013-11-16 11:26:47 PM

Gleeman: Richard_The_Clown: [i.chzbgr.com image 500x332]

Well, that meme didn't take long.


I've been meaning to do this for quite some time now. But I only ever thought of it when I was AWAY from my computer. Seeing that article this morning about it being Heather Lagenkamp reminded me.
 
2013-11-16 11:44:53 PM
No, that's just her normal voice
 
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