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October 25, 2011


A 60-year-old New York man suing a music competition for age discrimination claims the 88-year-old judge assigned to his case is "unable to function."

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Sounds like he's been hit by one too many broken violin strings. It also sounds like he loves to sue people!

Never trust anyone over 30.

Hey Clankie:

Forty is the new 20, Fifty is the new 25,
and sixty is the new 30.

Trust me.

Oh, wait, you have issues...

Back to topic:

Since his last name is "Stoner", must ask:

are drugs involved?

"...It was a typical case of American blind justice, and... the judge wasn't going to look at the twenty seven eight-by-ten...."

Get him a little blue pill and his function will probably firm up.

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