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Catching up here. Dawn Burkhold: Hot Mess.  You guys said all that needed saying. I just have to add that she and her groom look to be over 50 and even together can't get credit to buy a used car. It happens, I know. It happened to my friend and her husband through no fault of their own. Thing is, Dawn wanted Momma to cosign for her, but not just to get a modest set of wheels to get her around. No - Dawn had to have a 16,000$ car - well, that's what it came to with all the extra doodads she just had to have for it. Dawn's ride has to be stylish and tricked out! What's with middleaged people who are like teenagers with their "I want! To hell with the consequences." Lovely family all around. I wonder what Dawn did to her wedded husband, that got her arrested. He better watch out.

Those two sadsack, wretched scrags fighting over "JOEY". I'm sure he was worth it, but maybe he was since it seems even he had enough brains to dump both of them. Or maybe he's in jail. Who knows?

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Honestly, I could barely get through yesterday’s eps. The 60 minute parade of freaks, liars and crazies were almost too much for me. I thought The crazy cat lady and her big mouth, frowsy witness/partner were the capper until the jewelry junkies showed up to duke it out. And then the silly rent dispute was a complete anti climax. 

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New Hampshire does not require auto insurance, but they do require that you prove you have sufficient funds to post a cash bond guaranteeing a certain amount of damages you can cover in an at fault accident.   Mississippi has the same laws, and Virginia allows people to join an uninsured driver pool run by the state.   

I loathed the medallion defendant.   I found it laughable to imagine him being afraid of the plaintiff.    

The cat lady and her idiot sidekick are the reason people loath roaming cats.     I really feel sorry for a neighbor or passing motorist that runs over one on some dark night, or that the cats will suffer for her letting them run.    There are extensive statistics on how much running loose shortens an animal's life.   I didn't see where they were from, but around her a roaming animal in the countryside will probably disappear, because there are coyotes looking for lunch.     

I also failed to see why some raccoon pooping was a homeowner's responsibility to clean up, and that she thought the neighbors should put up with her roaming animals pooping everywhere, and lounging on the furniture, and if you have a doggy door, and a wimpy dog, you could have her cats in your house.  

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32 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

New Hampshire does not require auto insurance, but they do require that you prove you have sufficient funds to post a cash bond guaranteeing a certain amount of damages you can cover in an at fault accident.

Why anyone would choose to assume the risk of an at fault accident when liability auto insurance is affordable for almost anybody is a complete mystery to me. Auto insurance is one of the best bargains around.   

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Old dear - I think it's official.... JJ says anyone with six indoor cats must be crazy! Let's see - Spotty, Frank, Princess, Furball, Silly and..... Raven makes 6!  Soooo... I'm a crazy cat daddy! No less an authority than JUDGE JUDY says I MUST be crazy.... do I still need to mess with normal application before I start drawing SSI? I REALLY need me a new iPhone and 80" teevee! Maybe I'll send the bill to Byrd directly.

Jokes aside - I agree with those saying everyone on both sides were loons. Defendant and her witness nuts - but plaintiff wanting to introduce pictures of 'coon pooh?  

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Actually, JJ said she used to have six indoor cats, and she was a crazy cat lady, until she developed allergies.     The defendant and friend were crazy cat ladies because they thought it was fine to let six cats be outdoor cats that use the neighbor's property for a litter box, and other not too nice things.      The defendant was also ridiculous to think her privacy fence would hold the cats in, without a net or a fence extension to keep them in the back yard.   However, I think the defendant, and her sidekick would never fence the cats in, because they enjoy bothering the neighbors.    I'm wondering where she lives that you're allowed to have six animals?     Most of the places I've lived that would require a special license (to stop animal hoarding, and puppy mills).   I wonder if the woman was getting proper vaccinations for the animals either?   

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18 minutes ago, SRTouch said:

Old dear - I think it's official.... JJ says anyone with six indoor cats must be crazy! Let's see - Spotty, Frank, Princess, Furball, Silly and..... Raven makes 6!  Soooo... I'm a crazy cat daddy! No less an authority than JUDGE JUDY says I MUST be crazy

In her defense, she 'fessed up to once having six cats herself... and being crazy for it.  Only severe allergies stopped her!

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55 minutes ago, SRTouch said:

JJ says anyone with six indoor cats must be crazy!

Actually didn't she say this about the defedant with six outdoor cats who annoy the neighbors?

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1 hour ago, SRTouch said:

Defendant and her witness nuts - but plaintiff wanting to introduce pictures of 'coon pooh?  

I missed the start of this case. What on earth was he going on about? Racoons? What did that have to do with the crazy neighbour's cats? BTW, I did enjoy def's rumpled witness trying to inform JJ that she just didn't understand properly. Hard heads abound.

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2 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

I missed the start of this case. What on earth was he going on about? Racoons? What did that have to do with the crazy neighbour's cats? BTW, I did enjoy def's rumpled witness trying to inform JJ that she just didn't understand properly. Hard heads abound.

I think his point was going to be that defendant accused him of throwing stuff in her yard - my guess is she accused him of scooping up cat pooh from his yard and throwing over the common fence into hers, and he had pictures of 'coon pooh in her yard that was left for days..... really not sure, JJ kept hushing him up every time he started to talk, with the often heard, "don't annoy me, does it look like you're losing?" This time was sort of new - when silly P didn't take hint and KEPT interrupting she starting banging her fly scatter instead of her gavel

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On 2/1/2019 at 7:59 PM, CrazyInAlabama said:

How to Tell if You're a Crazy Cat Lady!

The Plaintiff was extra dense it seemed too. Multiple times, JJ told him to shut up because he wasn't losing, but he was so focused on trivial details he just had to keep shouting out. He's really lucky the Defendant was too dense as well to listen to what JJ was saying, so he ultimately won (I think?). But he came really close to talking his way into a boot. 

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Learned a new Yiddish word from JJ during the case with the teen drivers from New Hampshire a few days ago. The plaintiff Dad who owned the car his son was driving at the time of the accident kept interrupting, smirking and staring at the defendant and was being generally annoying and JJ says "you're a nudnik." I rushed to Google the word and the description is perfect and on point. My Yiddish vocabulary is growing every day. Thanks, JJ.  

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Both episodes are new today, and all week.    I love ratings sweeps month.

First Episode-

Stabbing, Slashing, and Kidnapping?-(Defendant claims ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend stabbed multiple times in the head and face, and his tires were slashed over money)-On a shallow note, light pink hair on the plaintiff makes her look like an enraged ball of cotton candy.    Plaintiff is suing for assaults, vandalism, and a false CPS report.    Plaintiff claims defendant assaulted her, police report was made, and closed without charges.   On the same day as the assault, defendant was taken into custody by police, after he was stabbed, and arrested by the police, but charges were dropped.  JJ just had to hear that plaintiff woman made a text booty call, and that's why defendant was going over to her house.   Plaintiff/Pinky went outside at 2 a.m., claims she knew the defendant was armed, and claims he was paying her for car vandalism on her car.  Plaintiff Pinky says that man assaulted her, two passersby saved her, and she ran inside and called 911 (no copy of the call either), and police report says 'stalking' was the report.   She didn't go to the hospital that night for her hideously injured hand.   

This is awful-my cable channel has gone bye-bye, and switching to the HD didn't work either.     I'm officially upset, and only halfway through the episode.  Someone needs to fill in the rest of this bizarre case. 

It came back after the case ended, and there are two other litigants.

Defendant apparently didn't pay rent, and claims she was a house sitter, not a tenant.    Defendant lived there from August to January, six months, $3090 for the plaintiff.

 

Second Episode-

Child Support Bill (Deadbeat dad who owes $44,000 wants to buy annual passes to Disneyland)-Defendant owes $44,000 back child support,, and he works under the table, and so they can't garnish wages that don't technically exist.    Plaintiff is suing defendant for part of daughter's annual Disney pass, and car parts.    His excuse is he was in jail for two months, then was unemployed, and then made little money.    He has three other kids after the daughter with the plaintiff.     The defendant's current wife, and mother to three kids is sitting there smirking like she'll never be stuck with the bills for her kids someday too.   The deadbeat defendant is considering doing annual Disney passes for him, three kids, and current wife, when he owes $44,000.  Then deadbeat decided he couldn't afford the Disney passes, and since the plaintiff's daughter's mom already bought a Disney pass for the kid ($619 for a year for one), and defendant agreed to pay for headlights for car daughter has.    JJ gets defendant deadbeat's social security number, and tells plaintiff to get a lawyer, get tax returns, and application information on car loan application, and then go after him for the money.  

Deadbeat defendant is a total liar about his income, and will never pay her.     JJ gives the plaintiff no money, because it's the wrong court, and she needs to go after his money for the child support.  

Drug Addiction Duo-Defendant got kicked out of house when he had drugs in the house, but claims landlady plaintiff brought in more drugs than he did.   Plaintiff woman got hurt, and man was supposed to move in and help her, then later pay $100-150 a week rent, and drive Uber.    Collateral for the loan was a sleep number bed, and speakers, she loaned defendant $1800 to buy the car for the Uber gig.     She tossed him after she found the drugs, and he's blood red, and crying, and he looks like he's about to collapse.     Defendant claims he left the Sleep Number bed in her house, and it disappeared.     Defendant claims the plaintiff's medical marijuana smoking caused him to relapse on crack.     Defendant is suing for u-haul and storage and moving fees.    

JJ doesn't award rent to the landlady, who always lived alone before the man moved in, and won't be renting rooms now.  Defendant now lives with his ex-sister in law, and has been clean for four months now.     Plaintiff gets $1800, for the loan only.  

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22 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

She tossed him after she found the drugs, and he's blood red, and crying, he's high as a kite.

I didn’t think he was stoned. To me he came off like a broken old man. Ordinary I’m not especially sympathetic to addicts; I’ve been around too many in my life. In RL and JJ, they are rarely more than lying, self obsessed emotional vampires. This guy got to me a bit. Maybe I’m a sucker for a grown man crying. But his honesty was refreshing and like JJ, I hope he gets and keeps his shit together.

22 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Stabbing, Slashing, and Kidnapping?

I despised these people. I don’t think either of them spoke 10 words of truth. The allegations the P made against the D should be easy enough to prove yet she had zilch. A screen grab of the the alleged adult site listing should be easy to bring. Nope. JJ made the right call. Back to the holes you both crawled out of. Oh, and in addition to being a complete personal information security violator and propegator of fake news, Facebook is also clearly an abysmal dating platform. 

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Both of the exes in the first case were horrible jerks.    I'm glad they didn't get anything, because they thought their words would be plenty of proof for JJ.    

I was torn about the Drug Duo, maybe he was just fragile, and I hope he is getting it together.  ( I changed that part of my original post).   But I disliked the landlady when I found out the man lived there for three years, and never paid rent, and she tossed him and then apparently junked his stuff.     I suspect that he wasn't the only person who fell off the wagon in that house.     She was a vengeful old harpy, and she wanted a full time companion, and wanted him to stay there forever.     I really like the way JJ dealt with him.   

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9 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

I really like the way JJ dealt with him.

Amen. Call me a sentimental fool, but I appreciate her softer side when the circumstances allow it. The rent issue was murky. His move in was win/win. He needed a roof over his head and she needed a caregiver. Both got what they bargained for.  Maybe he contributed to the expenses and maybe not. But she didn’t bring a rent action for years. Why a recovering addict like her is messing with medical marijuana is a mystery/mistake also. He owes her the $1,800 for the car loan. I would have liked to see her held accountable for his missing property. It seems to me that if it’s held as collateral it’s an integral part of the loan. 

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I suspect she was a very demanding person, who wanted a constant companion, and when he started to have a life of his own, she freaked out.    I would not be surprised that she did have something going on with his relapse, and I suspect there was more going on in that house, than the weed smoking.    The plaintiff was super calm for a JJ plaintiff, wasn't she?   

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2 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

(Deadbeat dad who owes $44,000

What a sociopathic, slimy, ball-less POS, yet he had no trouble getting another ridiculous woman who wanted to breed with him and support him, cuz of course he'd never do to her what he did to the first kid. What amazing quality must he have? Certainly not good looks, charm, talent or financial acumen. He's a jailbird who  doesn't work, except 'under the table" on weekends even though he has FOUR kids to support and has never supported the first one. Out with the old and in with the new. Not an iota of shame does he have, and in the hall, makes some stupid remarks about how you should never get involved with redheads. Yeah, that's the source of all the trouble, you pinhead. When plaintiff said she wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt, I then wondered what's wrong with HER. Nuts, all of them.

2 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Drug Addiction Duo

Both parties were unlikable, and he cries. A lot. Byrd did not look thrilled to transport the tissues to him. Def goes back on crack but it's the plaintiff's fault for using medical weed. Nothing is his fault! But why not blame everyone else for your bad choices?  It's like the Daddy the other day whose daughter is a vicious, drunken harpy but it's all her husband's fault for pouring booze down her throat. "Nothing I do is my fault!" is the standard go-to these days. Are there no standards for Uber drivers? I know nothing about this business, but can just anyone get a car and start driving people around, even if the driver is on crack or is a drunk? How does that work?

"Stabbing, slashing and kidnapping" will have to wait. I've had my fill for one day.

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I think Byrd was reviewing his CPR procedures when he took the Kleenex to the defendant, because the man looked like he was about to fall over.     I'm wondering if the woman's medical weed was all she was on, or if her calm demeanor was related to her post accident medications still being around, and what her previous addiction was.    I've heard that some put extras on their legal weed, like fentanyl, or other drugs.   

Trust me, if I ever was on JJ, I wouldn't be that calm, and the plaintiff was stone cold.  

If you're worried about the app ride services, you might want to avoid looking at some recent news stories about both major services.    The stories of passengers and drivers attacking each other are terrifying.  

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4 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

The stories of passengers and drivers attacking each other are terrifying.  

Whut? Never used either service, and guess I never will. Now must go and look for stories of humans attacking each other over Uber rides. JC.

Didn't take long:

https://www.atchisontransport.com/blog/reported-list-of-incidents-involving-uber-and-lyft/

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I've never used either one, but the idea that one man was murdering people between picking up riders (no, he didn't kill the riders-apparently that's against the driver behavior rules), and the crash in Denver last year, and the other ones I've read about have me sticking to official taxi services, with fingerprinted, and background checked drivers.  

Lots of litigants on TPC, and JJ that seem super shady drive for app ride services.  

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17 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

the other ones I've read about have me sticking to official taxi services, with fingerprinted, and background checked drivers.  

Lots of litigants on TPC, and JJ that seem super shady drive for app ride services.

For sure. It seems now - going only by what we see on this show - if you can't do anything else because you're an idiot, a drunk, a druggie, have a vicious temper or are illiterate, you can always be a home health aid or drive for Uber, no problem.

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JJ today, the ditzy student who let a guy (that she didn't know his last name) steal a bunch of money from her account, not very interesting but since I just got my video capture working, is this the famous duck face we have been talking about or is this a new person who obviously does not own a mirror?JJ-duckface1.thumb.jpg.569027667a5995e47237a7cf8512b8e4.jpg

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13 minutes ago, DoctorK said:

JJ today, the ditzy student who let a guy (that she didn't know his last name) steal a bunch of money from her account, not very interesting but since I just got my video capture working, is this the famous duck face we have been talking about or is this a new person who obviously does not own a mirror?JJ-duckface1.thumb.jpg.569027667a5995e47237a7cf8512b8e4.jpg

YES!!!

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Did anyone else catch JJ calling the long-ago plaintiff who scammed people by selling a picture of two iPhones "stupid"?  I wonder JJ knows the woman is dead.

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Both new episodes-

Blind Man's Outraeous Request-Uber driver suing blind customer for complaining about her to Uber.   Defendant wanted driver to pay for ride, and food for him.  Plaintiff drove defendant to Sonic, he ordered at the parking slot, and defendant forgot his debit card, and had no cash, but he had other cards.    Defendant asked driver to pay for the ride and his food, and then didn't pay her back.   Defendant says plaintiff threatened to file police charges, and instead of paying her back, he called Uber and filed a complaint.   Negative reports (2) made to Uber, by defendant.    Defendant finally paid woman back, but did nothing about the complaints.  Defendant called the police whining about someone expecting him to pay them back.   

Plaintiff gets $586, and defendant is a total jerk.  

Service Dog Attacked in Coffee Shop-Defendant's dog  (coffee shop owner) attacked plaintiff's dog at a coffee shop.   Defendant's dog was unleashed, but defendant claims it was the plaintiff's fault .    The defendant's dogs are Lab/Pit mixes, dogs had leashes on, but no one was holding either leash.     Personally, most service dogs I've seen are a bit bigger than the 10 lb. Papillon the plaintiff has.     Plaintiff claims both of defendant's dogs bit her service dog.     Defendant claims plaintiff opened door to coffee shop, and threw her service dog inside, so her dogs attacked.   That's the most outrageous thing I've heard in a long time.    Dogs were seldom at the coffee shop.   Defendant tells the ludicrous story about how it happened, and she's absolutely lying.    

Defendant should have paid the vet bills, and hoped no one would tell animal control what happened.    Defendant claims that only one of her dogs bit the plaintiff's dog.  Defendant was happy about the decision, because Byrd pays the money, not her.     Plaintiff gets $2100. 

Second episode-

You Look Scared to Death..I Like it!-Plaintiff is suing plaintiff for printing equipment she sold him.      Defendant claims the printing equipment was accurately described, and says he paid in full for the equipment.      It was screen printing equipment, and it was in self-storage, and then in the shed behind her house.    He paid $2200, instead of $4200.    Plaintiff's picture showed a brand new piece of equipment, and it was used, and old.  Plaintiff claims idiot defendant wanted to pay $2200, and the other $2000 in payments.  Plaintiff gets $2,000.   Byrd has to repeat that defendant needs to leave, NOW.

The Bank is Closed!-Parents plaintiffs (Stepdad and mom) suing deadbeat daughter, with a cold shoulder sweater (doesn't that defeat the purpose of wearing a sweater, with her bra straps handing out the shoulder cut outs).    When defendant came home from college, she wanted mother's name off of her account.   Then, defendant daughter (total idiot, must take after dad), gave her banking information to    Defendant is being sued for credit card payments, insurance, etc.   Mother put money in the account every two weeks, depending on what daughter needed for school.    Defendant was cut off in May.     Friend Chauncey was going to put money in her account, she gave him the banking account information, and (Surprise!) Chauncey emptied the account (about $2500+).      Defendant didn't even tell the police the man's name, because she thought he'd give the money back.     What an idiot the daughter is.   Wonder what she's studying?   

Chauncey gave her no money (what a shock), and daughter thinks she shouldn't have to pay the parents back the money because it wasn't her fault.    Daughter says "if mother had taken her name off of the account the daughter wouldn't have lost the money".     No fool, if your mother's name wouldn't have been on the account, she never would have found out how stupid and gullible you are, and you would be the only one that knew about Chauncey ripping you off.    I hope the mother sticks to her guns, and keeps the bank closed.      I can't believe the daughter didn't tell the police Chauncey's name.  

 Plaintiff gets $2514.   

Ebay of Pigs Kelly Filkins got federal charges against her too, and actually served jail time for fraud, and yes she died.     

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On 1/17/2019 at 10:29 AM, ItsHelloPattiagain said:

In case anybody was wondering (like I was), I googled Nancy Gonzalez purses. (which JJ was mentioning a few days ago during one of the cases). 

They sell them at Neiman Marcus and Saks and they average $2000-$3000 apiece.  So I'm buying you all one for Xmas. 

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Is the “your honor” drinking game in effect today? I need an excuse to get hammered for the State of the Union tonight.

I suspect that Darrell Bowles The Second has scammed free Uber rides and food from many drivers who felt bad for him and didn’t pursue repayment. Good on Kimyade for not falling for the manipulation. His indignant, “Then why’d you bring me here?!?” was priceless. I’m glad Kimyade got her judgment.

It was funny that JJ doesn’t know how a Sonic drive-thru works!

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Mr. Defendant in the Uber case. Dude. Dude. Do not ask Her Honor how something is relevant when you're testifying. No matter how often you call her Your Honor.

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8 minutes ago, Intocats said:

Is the “your honor” drinking game in effect today? I need an excuse to get hammered for the State of the Union tonight.

I suspect that Darrell Bowles The Second has scammed free Uber rides and food from many drivers who felt bad for him and didn’t pursue repayment. Good on Kimyade for not falling for the manipulation. His indignant, “Then why’d you bring me here?!?” was priceless. I’m glad Kimyade got her judgment.

It was funny that JJ doesn’t know how a Sonic drive-thru works!

This sounds terrible (but I have a feeling that I’m not alone here), but whenever I watch JJ or TPC and I see a litigant with disability is clearly running some sort of scam, I always wonder whether or not the scam they’re in court for is the first one they’ve ever pulled or if they’re repeat offenders. Obviously, this doesn’t only apply to the handicapped as many able-bodied people on these shows are habitual scammers. But people like Darrell Bowles are almost certainly aware that people generally feel immediate sympathy for the disabled and are more apt to let down their guard. It’s considered very un-PC to ever call out someone with an obvious impairment who is blatantly using it as a crutch, and they take full advantage of that mindset. 

A similar case was the one from a few years ago where heavy-set white woman in the wheelchair who sued the younger Black woman for assaulting her in a grocery store parking lot. It immediately became obvious that the plaintiff started the whole kerfuffle and the defendant didn’t really even touch her. I have a feeling that the plaintiff in that case was used to stirring the pot and then playing the handicapped card when confronted, but it didn’t work on JJ. I also got a racist vibe from her which I think other people on this board also picked up on at the time.

I think that the phrase “disabled people are people too” sometimes gets automatically misconstrued to mean “disabled people are always good people by default”.

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Defendant should have paid the vet bills

The defendant clearly lost the judge with her ridiculous story about how the little do was bitten. But the plaintiff’s remarks about her damages being “at least $2,100” along with her hallterview remark regarding “negotiation” was very telling. I’m convinced that this plaintiff was attempting to milk this event for more than her actual damages. She lost me with her dramatic cleansing breath and Zen inspired hand gestures. And her Perry Mason objection was downright laughable. She’s hardly on the level.

 

50 minutes ago, Intocats said:

It was funny that JJ doesn’t know how a Sonic drive-thru works

I’m usually quick to point out her “let them eat cake” attitude, but in her defense Sonic is a pretty foreign concept to those of us east of the Mississippi.

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17 minutes ago, Bobby88 said:

It’s considered very un-PC to ever call out someone with an obvious impairment who is blatantly using it as a crutch, and they take full advantage of that mindset. 

 

Somehow, no one has ever accused me of being PC! 😀

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Defendant should have paid the vet bills

The defendant clearly lost the judge with her ridiculous story about how the little dog was bitten. But the plaintiff’s remarks about her damages being “at least $2,100” along with her hallterview remark regarding “negotiation” was very telling. I’m convinced that this plaintiff was attempting to milk this event for more than her actual damages. She lost me with her dramatic cleansing breath and Zen inspired hand gestures. And her Perry Mason objection was downright laughable. She’s a hustler.

 

55 minutes ago, Intocats said:

It was funny that JJ doesn’t know how a Sonic drive-thru works

I’m usually quick to point out her “let them eat cake” attitude, but in her defense Sonic is a pretty foreign concept to those of us east of the Mississippi.

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

You Look Scared to Death

Overfed, ridiculous, snowflake millennial jerkoff with douchebag hair who thinks the world is his mommy and makes a fool of himself. Yes, when I go to buy something and it's in pieces scattered all over the premises, I buy it anyway. Dumbass plaintiff ("We have a signed contract but it's not signed.") is so clueless she agrees to let this moron make payments. She's just lucky that douche-boy was more of an irritating idiot than she. The name of Killi Filkins and the infamous eBay of Pigs was invoked! Win/win. I think Byrd really wanted to grab oily PorkPie Boy by the shirt and throw him out, as he was creating nausea in both him and JJ.

Off to watch the nobly-named "Darrell Bowles II".

1 hour ago, AZChristian said:

Did anyone else catch JJ calling the long-ago plaintiff who scammed people by selling a picture of two iPhones "stupid"?  I wonder JJ knows the woman is dead.

Dead or alive, Kelli was not only stupid but amoral and despicable.

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Just now, Byrd is the Word said:

 

 

I’m usually quick to point out her “let them eat cake” attitude, but in her defense Sonic is a pretty foreign concept to those of us east of the Mississippi.

That’s a bummer for you! Their frozen limeades are the bomb!

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22 minutes ago, Bobby88 said:

I think that the phrase “disabled people are people too” sometimes gets automatically misconstrued to mean “disabled people are always good people by default

I share your feelings. I think many of us with compassion and who are able bodied, not horrible looking and have a little money in the bank try to recognize that life for many others has its hardships. But while watching Mr. Bowels I kept asking myself “when do I acknowledge this guy for the asshole that he is?”  For me it was the first time he referred to himself as incredulous.  

3 minutes ago, Intocats said:

That’s a bummer for you! Their frozen limeades are the bomb!

My daughter lives in Kansas City and it’s a favorite treat for their chocolate shakes. But they broke my heart a year ago when they discontinued malt as a flavor option.

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6 minutes ago, Byrd is the Word said:

 For me it was the first time he referred to himself as incredulous.

He also called the verdict incredulous in the hallterview. I do not think that word means what he thinks it means.

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Today’s episode has inspired a confession. Dogs make me anxious. I like them from afar but most of them make me very uncomfortable when they’re near me.  I don’t know where this comes from and I know it puts me at odds with 90% of the population as they seem recognize it as a character defect. I know this is unpopular, but I don’t believe they belong in a coffee shop. Please don’t hate me.

12 minutes ago, Cobalt Stargazer said:

I do not think that word means what he thinks it means.

Yep. Only in the broadest sense might that word apply to his demonstrated feelings. 

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1 hour ago, Intocats said:

It was funny that JJ doesn’t know how a Sonic drive-thru works!

I have no idea either, since the only "Sonic" around here is an automotive service/gas station business.

After a great start, I was so disappointed in "Jessyca Brockington" who looked stoned and thought herself impossibly cute (not) but proved to be stunningly stupid that I quit. The guy who scammed her hit the jackpot with this idiot.

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18 minutes ago, Byrd is the Word said:

The defendant clearly lost the judge with her ridiculous story about how the little dog was bitten. But the plaintiff’s remarks about her damages being “at least $2,100” along with her hallterview remark regarding “negotiation” was very telling. I’m convinced that this plaintiff was attempting to milk this event for more than her actual damages. She lost me with her dramatic cleansing breath and Zen inspired hand gestures. And her Perry Mason objection was downright laughable. She’s a hustler.

Notice how even after JJ gave her verdict, the plaintiff was still holding up evidence. Byrd actually had to walk over to her as the scene was fading out and tell her to put it away.

I must be watching the show too much because every time a female litigant has low cut top on, I immediately start looking for the telltale redness that Her Honor always refers to when they’re lying. Did anyone else notice it on the plaintiff when she got to the point in her testimony where she sounded like she was getting choked up?

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Darrell Bowles #2's chest hair was growing up his neck. A sight that I will never, ever unsee. 

Also, Dreamboat Darrell has a girlfriend. BECAUSE OF COURSE HE DOES. 

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14 hours ago, DoctorK said:

JJ today, the ditzy student who let a guy (that she didn't know his last name) steal a bunch of money from her account, not very interesting but since I just got my video capture working, is this the famous duck face we have been talking about or is this a new person who obviously does not own a mirror?JJ-duckface1.thumb.jpg.569027667a5995e47237a7cf8512b8e4.jpg

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10 hours ago, Giant Misfit said:

Also, Dreamboat Darrell has a girlfriend. BECAUSE OF COURSE HE DOES. 

And I bet after a night of smokin' hot s-e-x, he says, "That was incredulous!"

Sorry about that.

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22 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

And I bet after a night of smokin' hot s-e-x, he says, "That was incredulous!"

Sometimes I can't help but picture the plaintiff or defendant couples physically demonstrating their undeniable passion and devotion for one another.  It's like staring at a car wreck.  I know I shouldn't and it won't serve me well when I do.  Yet here I go again.

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I'm not sure JJ should have given Jessyca's parents the money back.    Since little Jessyca, the village fool, gave the man her information, and then refused to give him up to the police, then I wouldn't have given them the money.       The parents have to know she's that stupid, and yet they still kept plunking money twice a month in her account.     In JJ's place, I would have said I will give the parents the money when Jessyca makes a full police report with all of the information on Chauncey, and it proves to be legitimate information, with a real person attached to it.  

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2 hours ago, Byrd is the Word said:

Sometimes I can't help but picture the plaintiff or defendant couples physically demonstrating their undeniable passion and devotion for one another.

I know, especially when they talk about it. I have this hellish, particularly vivid visualization (which CAN be a good thing, if you know what I mean. wink, nudge), and it took me years to get over the horrific brain pollution I had after the two gigantic hospital workers talked about their bout of oral sex in some stairwell. Dear lord, it's all coming back now.

If only this were real:

 

 

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1 hour ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

 In JJ's place, I would have said I will give the parents the money when Jessyca makes a full police report with all of the information on Chauncey, and it proves to be legitimate information, with a real person attached to it.  

She's done that before.  Not very often, but I think when she suspects the litigants are trying to scam the court.  This was the perfect case for that.

Although, I question Jessyca's ability to know her OWN last name, much less someone who has her dickmatized.

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18 hours ago, Intocats said:

In case anybody was wondering (like I was), I googled Nancy Gonzalez purses. (which JJ was mentioning a few days ago during one of the cases). 

They sell them at Neiman Marcus and Saks and they average $2000-$3000 apiece.  So I'm buying you all one for Xmas. 

It quoted the wrong person above instead of @ItsHelloPattiagain

If you buy me one of those bags, we are either going to have to meet at the Saks in Beverly Hills so we can verify authenticity or I'll have it checked out online by Angela Houston of My Poupette to make sure the bag is authentic. If it's not authentic, I'll just go to the Hermeez store instead with Kevin Celentano. 

Loved the "remember that idiot?" remark about Filkins. 

I live in good old Brooklyn NY and the only exposure I have to Sonic are the commercials with those two annoying guys in a car. I have no idea how it works either. I just asked a friend and he said he thinks they are drive up only and you can't go in and eat inside the place. Is that true?

I was very confused about the case with the dumb college student who gave her bank account info to Chauncey. If she didn't give him a blank check or her bank card, how would he empty her account with the routing number? I thought those numbers were for authorized withdrawals only like bill paying and the like. How did he get the money out? Can anyone who finds even a voided check of yours clean you out because they have the routing number? The defendant in that case looked high as a kite to me.

The hair on the neck of the blind scammer gave me the heebie jeebies. 

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26 minutes ago, configdotsys said:

I just asked a friend and he said he thinks they are drive up only and you can't go in and eat inside the place. Is that true?

I hit one in Denver the other day.  There is no dining room.  You can drive through like any other fast food experience.  OR you can pull into a stall like the car hop days of old.  Each space has a huge menu board and a call button for service.  Your order is confirmed on the screen; I like that.  You have the option of paying by credit or debit right there or pay the car hop when she/he brings your food.   Unless you're a blind guy with a bad attitude and a haircut to match.  (There I said it.  I'm going to Hell)

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8 minutes ago, Byrd is the Word said:

Here in the Chicago area there are/were two that I knew of.  One was in a far off suburb and went under and another not too far from O'Hare.  I used to indulge in a chocolate malt when they had that ingredient, but since they no longer have that flavor it's not worth the drive. 

A number of the ones here have gone under.  I can think of 3 off of the top of my head, out of about 6.  In the larger cities (not Philadelphia large, but like Harrisburg), people will still hit Sonic up despite the cold weather, but in the smaller cities that are surrounded by rural communities, no one wants to go when it's cold, and their food wasn't anything special enough over other offerings here to make people go.  The only ones who survived are in larger cities that are surrounded by suburbs, or lots of colleges.

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