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#10 - Whenever I see content like this, I like to post a picture of … 06/16/2016 on He dindu nuffin +1
#25 - Here you go.  [+] (7 new replies) 06/15/2016 on Mail +27
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#59 - advice (06/15/2016) [-]
I see you got a raise since your last badge post
#44 - judothrow (06/15/2016) [-]
My postal bro! I'm in the Sierra coastal area.
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#34 - machiavellianhumor (06/15/2016) [-]
you're george washington?
#57 - ironlak (06/15/2016) [-]
#30 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Party on garth
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#38 - infinityflame (06/15/2016) [-]
Party on, Wayne
#28 - jeanmariegrangon (06/15/2016) [-]
#21 - Well, i currently work for the United States Postal Service, t…  [+] (11 new replies) 06/15/2016 on Mail +30
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#55 - themurp (06/15/2016) [-]
Couldn't they just take it to a post office?
#24 - deadmaniii (06/15/2016) [-]
THE BADGE! THE BADGE! GIVE HIM THE BADGE!
#26 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
#25 - xgarthx (06/15/2016) [-]
Here you go.
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#59 - advice (06/15/2016) [-]
I see you got a raise since your last badge post
#44 - judothrow (06/15/2016) [-]
My postal bro! I'm in the Sierra coastal area.
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#34 - machiavellianhumor (06/15/2016) [-]
you're george washington?
#57 - ironlak (06/15/2016) [-]
#30 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Party on garth
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#38 - infinityflame (06/15/2016) [-]
Party on, Wayne
#28 - jeanmariegrangon (06/15/2016) [-]
#19 - How would you know that it works? Have you done it before?  [+] (16 new replies) 06/14/2016 on Mail +6
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#20 - ShoMinimamoto (06/15/2016) [-]
I can testify it works not from experience but from my parents working in the postal service. also not being a fucking idiot. Why wouldn't it work?
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#42 - deutschblut (06/15/2016) [-]
1 envelope=13 ounces

1 pound=16 ounces

Box of bricks=lots of pounds

And you have the nerve to call OTHERS a fucking idiot?

God, you people are not even fucking human!
#75 - anon (06/16/2016) [-]
this cunt trying to into imperial

remember what happened last time?
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#79 - deutschblut (06/16/2016) [-]
USPS is in America, retarded anon...
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#21 - xgarthx (06/15/2016) [-]
Well, i currently work for the United States Postal Service, that is not a package that I could accept as a mail carrier, first off on the basis that no mail carrier can accept a package that is greater than 13 ounces that has not been marked and with the stamp on that envelope(even though it's not a stamp) marked off with the date by someone at a mail processing facility. Secondly what is valid would be the contents inside of that envelope, not the box itself, so unless you'd like to pay for it separately, it wouldn't work, i have my badge if you want proof.
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#55 - themurp (06/15/2016) [-]
Couldn't they just take it to a post office?
#24 - deadmaniii (06/15/2016) [-]
THE BADGE! THE BADGE! GIVE HIM THE BADGE!
#26 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
#25 - xgarthx (06/15/2016) [-]
Here you go.
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#59 - advice (06/15/2016) [-]
I see you got a raise since your last badge post
#44 - judothrow (06/15/2016) [-]
My postal bro! I'm in the Sierra coastal area.
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#34 - machiavellianhumor (06/15/2016) [-]
you're george washington?
#57 - ironlak (06/15/2016) [-]
#30 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Party on garth
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#38 - infinityflame (06/15/2016) [-]
Party on, Wayne
#28 - jeanmariegrangon (06/15/2016) [-]
#82 - Well, I think his method will be effective after the 30 days, …  [+] (11 new replies) 06/09/2016 on jail +10
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#93 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
It's not apparent. It's all assumption. Pretty much every justification people have given me has been "That's just how it was interpreted." Interpretation can be wrong. It's why it's not meant to be used in a legal capacity.
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#164 - silentautumn (06/09/2016) [-]
You weren't typing those words. I just see letters pop up under your name. It's wrong to assume or interpret, so I'm just going to say that no one is actually writing anything on the keyboard on your computer. Wait, that's still assumption. Oh fuck, I guess the words just magically appeared because the Internet tells them to be there, then.
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#201 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
I'm not entirely sure what WWI has to do with any of this, but whatever you wanna say, guy...
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#214 - silentautumn (06/10/2016) [-]
I was explaining why your vehement anti-assumption stance is wrong and stupid. It's pretty obvious the woman was acting like a dickwad. Even if the adios part wasn't meant in a way that can be construed as impolite, her behaviour before that discounts the possibility that she was taking any of this seriously. Last straw, probably.
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#220 - lolollo (06/10/2016) [-]
Moving on to WWII doesn't really help, you're just trying to change the topic at this point...
#120 - chrony (06/09/2016) [-]
The lesson here is don't act like a child in court otherwise you will get sent to time out. If you think you don't have to show the judge any respect good for you, but society as a whole disagrees with your opinion and as such has given the judge the authority to send little bitches to jail for treating them in such a manner. You can say the judge is acting in the same manner as the criminal but then you forget their positions, he doesn't have to respect a criminal but she has to respect him.
User avatar
#202 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
Unles you're the judge...in which case the Internet will applaud...

You guys aren't very consistent.
#229 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
Why do you believe that the judge was being disrespectful towards the accused criminal? As a judge, he commands respect. If the judge's character or logic is out of line in terms of respect due to all human beings, then a formal complaint should be filed against him. In this specific instance, I could not agree that this judge did anything less than what is expected for all judges in the US.
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#231 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
The same reason you believe she's being disrespectful.
#236 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
So you're saying the judge was acting as a child towards the girl? That the judge felt that the girl was actually a dog that can safely be ignored and was not a human? This is exactly what the girl was doing towards the judge. The judge did not act this way towards the girl.
#248 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
I'm over here talking about the finer points of differed perceptions from person to person, and you're over here talking about "acting as though ones a dog", proving just that point.
#76 - Yeah, I'm guessing because it offended him or bit, or he felt …  [+] (13 new replies) 06/09/2016 on jail +7
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#78 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
If it was for her attitude, he wouldve set it right then and there. He called her back in response to her saying "adios". Not a while lot of what the guy did is painting a flattering picture about how he handles himself...as a judge.

If anything, he's just utilizing the same sort of parenting pitfalls which are more guaranteed to produce a very bitter, very angry individual than provide any sort of rehabilitation...as a judge.

He's doling Punishment for shit which could easily be a misinterpretation of intention. He's not being explicit with any sort of reason for punishment. He's adopting a tone which is suggestive that you're not allowed to give any sort of part in to the interraction, even though you're currently a part of it. And he's only willing to call you back if it's to produce even more Punishment, which continues the cycle.
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#82 - xgarthx (06/09/2016) [-]
Well, I think his method will be effective after the 30 days, I bet she won't act like that again in court. I'm assuming it was because she said adios because he's Hispanic in a mocking tone, which is apparent for everyone to see with the hand gesture wave as if he were a child.
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#93 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
It's not apparent. It's all assumption. Pretty much every justification people have given me has been "That's just how it was interpreted." Interpretation can be wrong. It's why it's not meant to be used in a legal capacity.
User avatar
#164 - silentautumn (06/09/2016) [-]
You weren't typing those words. I just see letters pop up under your name. It's wrong to assume or interpret, so I'm just going to say that no one is actually writing anything on the keyboard on your computer. Wait, that's still assumption. Oh fuck, I guess the words just magically appeared because the Internet tells them to be there, then.
User avatar
#201 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
I'm not entirely sure what WWI has to do with any of this, but whatever you wanna say, guy...
User avatar
#214 - silentautumn (06/10/2016) [-]
I was explaining why your vehement anti-assumption stance is wrong and stupid. It's pretty obvious the woman was acting like a dickwad. Even if the adios part wasn't meant in a way that can be construed as impolite, her behaviour before that discounts the possibility that she was taking any of this seriously. Last straw, probably.
User avatar
#220 - lolollo (06/10/2016) [-]
Moving on to WWII doesn't really help, you're just trying to change the topic at this point...
#120 - chrony (06/09/2016) [-]
The lesson here is don't act like a child in court otherwise you will get sent to time out. If you think you don't have to show the judge any respect good for you, but society as a whole disagrees with your opinion and as such has given the judge the authority to send little bitches to jail for treating them in such a manner. You can say the judge is acting in the same manner as the criminal but then you forget their positions, he doesn't have to respect a criminal but she has to respect him.
User avatar
#202 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
Unles you're the judge...in which case the Internet will applaud...

You guys aren't very consistent.
#229 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
Why do you believe that the judge was being disrespectful towards the accused criminal? As a judge, he commands respect. If the judge's character or logic is out of line in terms of respect due to all human beings, then a formal complaint should be filed against him. In this specific instance, I could not agree that this judge did anything less than what is expected for all judges in the US.
User avatar
#231 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
The same reason you believe she's being disrespectful.
#236 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
So you're saying the judge was acting as a child towards the girl? That the judge felt that the girl was actually a dog that can safely be ignored and was not a human? This is exactly what the girl was doing towards the judge. The judge did not act this way towards the girl.
#248 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
I'm over here talking about the finer points of differed perceptions from person to person, and you're over here talking about "acting as though ones a dog", proving just that point.
#72 - Oh, he first set her bond to $5,000 but when she said adios I'…  [+] (24 new replies) 06/09/2016 on jail +8
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#73 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
So the judge decided to charge her double for bail for returning a pleasantry at the end of the encounter?
#81 - dshark (06/09/2016) [-]
In the video you can hear that she says it in a condescending and flippant manner, which you should NEVER do in court, so he calls her back and shows her she should be talking it seriously. When she curses at him that is her being a whiny child, because now she can't get out on bail without 10k, she is then going to be held in contempt, which IS a crime, so then she goes to jail. To learn a lesson in respect
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#95 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
You can say the same thing about the judge. Any argument you can make about the emotional state of the girl you can say about the judge. Or are you just gonna not interpret it that way?
#150 - anon (06/09/2016) [-]
The thing is, people have this sense called hearing, and the way words are said changes the context of it. You don't go to a funeral and tell someone you'll "see them later" with the same tone as at a party. She was very clearly treating the entire case as a joke and was acting in a condescending manner towards the judge, who was actually trying to let her go without having to pay since she earned so little (although she actually has a rich family, part of why she thought she wouldn't get in trouble) but instead had the verdict of the court mocked to his face. That is the point of getting charged with contempt, people have to respect the authority of a court or else it can not function properly if there is no penalty for interrupting, insulting, or otherwise undermining the person in charge.
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#199 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
I heard it just fine. What I heard was the judge being utterly disrespectful after the girl gave a generic "goodbye". You sure you're not the one with hearing issues?
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#207 - rattybastard (06/09/2016) [-]
pretty sure she was flippant, and as such it rubbed him the wrong way. You show respect in court at all times; its not rocket science.
#209 - anon (06/09/2016) [-]
Youve...You've never had to "stay respectful" for someone in a shitty attitude, have you?
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#211 - rattybastard (06/09/2016) [-]
I don't see a single "sir", coming out of her mouth, and the giggling doesn't help. She takes this thing as a joke, and he reminds her to respect the position.
#219 - anon (06/10/2016) [-]
And he doesn't punish her for that, which would've made sense. The giggling makes perfect sense, but he ignores it, instead waiting until it gets to that "last word" bit.
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#221 - rattybastard (06/10/2016) [-]
eh, I think the "adios" is what sets him over the edge. Its an accumulation that just rubs him the wrong way. You are supposed to respect the position, and she never does.
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#76 - xgarthx (06/09/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'm guessing because it offended him or bit, or he felt it was rude, or simply because of her attitude about the whole thing not taking her being in jail for possession of the drugs seriously.
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#78 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
If it was for her attitude, he wouldve set it right then and there. He called her back in response to her saying "adios". Not a while lot of what the guy did is painting a flattering picture about how he handles himself...as a judge.

If anything, he's just utilizing the same sort of parenting pitfalls which are more guaranteed to produce a very bitter, very angry individual than provide any sort of rehabilitation...as a judge.

He's doling Punishment for shit which could easily be a misinterpretation of intention. He's not being explicit with any sort of reason for punishment. He's adopting a tone which is suggestive that you're not allowed to give any sort of part in to the interraction, even though you're currently a part of it. And he's only willing to call you back if it's to produce even more Punishment, which continues the cycle.
User avatar
#82 - xgarthx (06/09/2016) [-]
Well, I think his method will be effective after the 30 days, I bet she won't act like that again in court. I'm assuming it was because she said adios because he's Hispanic in a mocking tone, which is apparent for everyone to see with the hand gesture wave as if he were a child.
User avatar
#93 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
It's not apparent. It's all assumption. Pretty much every justification people have given me has been "That's just how it was interpreted." Interpretation can be wrong. It's why it's not meant to be used in a legal capacity.
User avatar
#164 - silentautumn (06/09/2016) [-]
You weren't typing those words. I just see letters pop up under your name. It's wrong to assume or interpret, so I'm just going to say that no one is actually writing anything on the keyboard on your computer. Wait, that's still assumption. Oh fuck, I guess the words just magically appeared because the Internet tells them to be there, then.
User avatar
#201 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
I'm not entirely sure what WWI has to do with any of this, but whatever you wanna say, guy...
User avatar
#214 - silentautumn (06/10/2016) [-]
I was explaining why your vehement anti-assumption stance is wrong and stupid. It's pretty obvious the woman was acting like a dickwad. Even if the adios part wasn't meant in a way that can be construed as impolite, her behaviour before that discounts the possibility that she was taking any of this seriously. Last straw, probably.
User avatar
#220 - lolollo (06/10/2016) [-]
Moving on to WWII doesn't really help, you're just trying to change the topic at this point...
#120 - chrony (06/09/2016) [-]
The lesson here is don't act like a child in court otherwise you will get sent to time out. If you think you don't have to show the judge any respect good for you, but society as a whole disagrees with your opinion and as such has given the judge the authority to send little bitches to jail for treating them in such a manner. You can say the judge is acting in the same manner as the criminal but then you forget their positions, he doesn't have to respect a criminal but she has to respect him.
User avatar
#202 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
Unles you're the judge...in which case the Internet will applaud...

You guys aren't very consistent.
#229 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
Why do you believe that the judge was being disrespectful towards the accused criminal? As a judge, he commands respect. If the judge's character or logic is out of line in terms of respect due to all human beings, then a formal complaint should be filed against him. In this specific instance, I could not agree that this judge did anything less than what is expected for all judges in the US.
User avatar
#231 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
The same reason you believe she's being disrespectful.
#236 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
So you're saying the judge was acting as a child towards the girl? That the judge felt that the girl was actually a dog that can safely be ignored and was not a human? This is exactly what the girl was doing towards the judge. The judge did not act this way towards the girl.
#248 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
I'm over here talking about the finer points of differed perceptions from person to person, and you're over here talking about "acting as though ones a dog", proving just that point.
#68 - He didn't charge her that amount, that is a bail amount for he…  [+] (26 new replies) 06/09/2016 on jail +9
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#71 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
That makes more sense. Though I'm still confused on the part where the guy decided to call her back for that. Did he forget to set it and needed to call her back?
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#72 - xgarthx (06/09/2016) [-]
Oh, he first set her bond to $5,000 but when she said adios I'm guessing the judge felt some type of way about it and decided to raise it to $10,000, and the same when she said fuck you, he found her in contempt of court.
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#73 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
So the judge decided to charge her double for bail for returning a pleasantry at the end of the encounter?
#81 - dshark (06/09/2016) [-]
In the video you can hear that she says it in a condescending and flippant manner, which you should NEVER do in court, so he calls her back and shows her she should be talking it seriously. When she curses at him that is her being a whiny child, because now she can't get out on bail without 10k, she is then going to be held in contempt, which IS a crime, so then she goes to jail. To learn a lesson in respect
User avatar
#95 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
You can say the same thing about the judge. Any argument you can make about the emotional state of the girl you can say about the judge. Or are you just gonna not interpret it that way?
#150 - anon (06/09/2016) [-]
The thing is, people have this sense called hearing, and the way words are said changes the context of it. You don't go to a funeral and tell someone you'll "see them later" with the same tone as at a party. She was very clearly treating the entire case as a joke and was acting in a condescending manner towards the judge, who was actually trying to let her go without having to pay since she earned so little (although she actually has a rich family, part of why she thought she wouldn't get in trouble) but instead had the verdict of the court mocked to his face. That is the point of getting charged with contempt, people have to respect the authority of a court or else it can not function properly if there is no penalty for interrupting, insulting, or otherwise undermining the person in charge.
User avatar
#199 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
I heard it just fine. What I heard was the judge being utterly disrespectful after the girl gave a generic "goodbye". You sure you're not the one with hearing issues?
User avatar
#207 - rattybastard (06/09/2016) [-]
pretty sure she was flippant, and as such it rubbed him the wrong way. You show respect in court at all times; its not rocket science.
#209 - anon (06/09/2016) [-]
Youve...You've never had to "stay respectful" for someone in a shitty attitude, have you?
User avatar
#211 - rattybastard (06/09/2016) [-]
I don't see a single "sir", coming out of her mouth, and the giggling doesn't help. She takes this thing as a joke, and he reminds her to respect the position.
#219 - anon (06/10/2016) [-]
And he doesn't punish her for that, which would've made sense. The giggling makes perfect sense, but he ignores it, instead waiting until it gets to that "last word" bit.
User avatar
#221 - rattybastard (06/10/2016) [-]
eh, I think the "adios" is what sets him over the edge. Its an accumulation that just rubs him the wrong way. You are supposed to respect the position, and she never does.
User avatar
#76 - xgarthx (06/09/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'm guessing because it offended him or bit, or he felt it was rude, or simply because of her attitude about the whole thing not taking her being in jail for possession of the drugs seriously.
User avatar
#78 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
If it was for her attitude, he wouldve set it right then and there. He called her back in response to her saying "adios". Not a while lot of what the guy did is painting a flattering picture about how he handles himself...as a judge.

If anything, he's just utilizing the same sort of parenting pitfalls which are more guaranteed to produce a very bitter, very angry individual than provide any sort of rehabilitation...as a judge.

He's doling Punishment for shit which could easily be a misinterpretation of intention. He's not being explicit with any sort of reason for punishment. He's adopting a tone which is suggestive that you're not allowed to give any sort of part in to the interraction, even though you're currently a part of it. And he's only willing to call you back if it's to produce even more Punishment, which continues the cycle.
User avatar
#82 - xgarthx (06/09/2016) [-]
Well, I think his method will be effective after the 30 days, I bet she won't act like that again in court. I'm assuming it was because she said adios because he's Hispanic in a mocking tone, which is apparent for everyone to see with the hand gesture wave as if he were a child.
User avatar
#93 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
It's not apparent. It's all assumption. Pretty much every justification people have given me has been "That's just how it was interpreted." Interpretation can be wrong. It's why it's not meant to be used in a legal capacity.
User avatar
#164 - silentautumn (06/09/2016) [-]
You weren't typing those words. I just see letters pop up under your name. It's wrong to assume or interpret, so I'm just going to say that no one is actually writing anything on the keyboard on your computer. Wait, that's still assumption. Oh fuck, I guess the words just magically appeared because the Internet tells them to be there, then.
User avatar
#201 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
I'm not entirely sure what WWI has to do with any of this, but whatever you wanna say, guy...
User avatar
#214 - silentautumn (06/10/2016) [-]
I was explaining why your vehement anti-assumption stance is wrong and stupid. It's pretty obvious the woman was acting like a dickwad. Even if the adios part wasn't meant in a way that can be construed as impolite, her behaviour before that discounts the possibility that she was taking any of this seriously. Last straw, probably.
User avatar
#220 - lolollo (06/10/2016) [-]
Moving on to WWII doesn't really help, you're just trying to change the topic at this point...
#120 - chrony (06/09/2016) [-]
The lesson here is don't act like a child in court otherwise you will get sent to time out. If you think you don't have to show the judge any respect good for you, but society as a whole disagrees with your opinion and as such has given the judge the authority to send little bitches to jail for treating them in such a manner. You can say the judge is acting in the same manner as the criminal but then you forget their positions, he doesn't have to respect a criminal but she has to respect him.
User avatar
#202 - lolollo (06/09/2016) [-]
Unles you're the judge...in which case the Internet will applaud...

You guys aren't very consistent.
#229 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
Why do you believe that the judge was being disrespectful towards the accused criminal? As a judge, he commands respect. If the judge's character or logic is out of line in terms of respect due to all human beings, then a formal complaint should be filed against him. In this specific instance, I could not agree that this judge did anything less than what is expected for all judges in the US.
User avatar
#231 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
The same reason you believe she's being disrespectful.
#236 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
So you're saying the judge was acting as a child towards the girl? That the judge felt that the girl was actually a dog that can safely be ignored and was not a human? This is exactly what the girl was doing towards the judge. The judge did not act this way towards the girl.
#248 - lolollo (06/11/2016) [-]
I'm over here talking about the finer points of differed perceptions from person to person, and you're over here talking about "acting as though ones a dog", proving just that point.
#64 - Actually she was charged with it but not found guilty yet, tha…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/09/2016 on jail +7
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#77 - themongoose (06/09/2016) [-]
I figured it was a bail hearing, but it was unclear.

Thank you for the legal deciphering.
#125 - Well, other than teaching her how to talk and listen to comman… 06/06/2016 on burn +3