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  •  Yeah, that's not how that works. Worker (0+ / 0-)

    protection laws do work but it sounds like the IT folks on this board are unwilling to avail themselves of them even to the point of refusing to be an anonymous whistleblower.

    Man. Some "progressives" make Archie Bunker look like Tim Wise.

    by JayGR on Fri Nov 28, 2008 at 10:31:57 AM PST

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    •  We have to appear before Republicans (3+ / 0-)
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      Clem Yeobright, uscitizenvoter, numen

      As Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix reportedly confessed:

      The biggest problem with your case is that Judge Nottingham hates employment cases and there's nothing you can do about it. It's random.  Now don't get me wrong, he's a fine judge, but he just hates employment cases. That's why he will try to find any way in the summary judgment briefs to say there's no material issues and grant summary judgment, and if he doesn't, he will make it tough at trial, and you won't win . . . I'm going to look you right in the eye and tell you that you're gonna lose.

      Pl.’s Mot. For Recusal of Judge Nottingham Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §144 and §455(a) and (b)(1) [Dkt. #59], Phillips v. Pepsi Bottling Group, No. 05-cv-01322-EWN-KLM (filed Nov. 1, 2007) at 2 (emphasis added).

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