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October 23, 2008


We are referring, of course, to the American taxpayer. Again.

(Thanks to Cheryl Howard and "Jeff")


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As I have said before, there is no problem that cannot be solved by the proper application of explosives/voltage.

Doesn't the court have more pressing matters? Anyway, I'm sure they'll iron it out.

Seems like the defendants could counter-sue based on frivolous litigation. Judges take a dim view of that.

To bad his legal briefs weren't. What a moron.

What a friggin' tool!

Can we have him shot? Not sure on the rules about that sort of thing....

Pretty starchy of him, though. I'm sure it will all come out in the wash.


Hammie, he needs to just roll with the Tide, you know? It's not All about him.

The maroon thinks he has something to Gain. I hope the poor dry cleaner can Bounce back.

I'm sure the court must have more pressing matters.

This guy is a stain on the judicial system.

What a load of Cr@p.

"Roy L. Pearson"?

or Ridley Pearson?

Washington, DC? The setting of Science Fair?

I'm just sayin'...

Defense Lawyer: Your Honor, the Defense requests that this case be dismissed immediately and irrevocably, as the facts clearly indicate that the doctrine of Sphinctus Ignitas applies here.

May I suggest a change of venue? Maybe have the Honorable Judge Judy hear this case?

The Dishonorable roy pearson deserves it.

(Yes, spellcheck, that's right. Proper nouns are to be capitalized)

Does this mean I can sue this dumbass for wearing a blue & burgandy colored suit?


Can we make that a class-action lawsuit? I'd be on board with you!

Tar. Feathers. Judge Pearson.

Some assembly required.

Somebody give this @ss hat a freakin' pair o' pants and then (Siouxie) slap the cr@p out of him. And charge him $54 million for wasting the entire country's time. And I'm with Martini -- what an ugly suit (pun intended)!

It's scum sucking bottom feeders like this that give ambulance chasers a bad name.

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