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I decided with this world so upside down and with the stupid injustices in the world and morally bankrupt professionals...I had to share some of this with you folks.  

What terrifies me and I mean literally terrified me since the Martin Case and in Newtown and what people say after these tragedies, took me on a hunt for unstable way of professionals.
Well, now to be truthful I DO live in Florida and crazy is never too far away but I mean people in court and illegal firings and such in other states peaked my curiosity.    So stroll with me and it is no wonder I lock my doors at night and am becoming a bit more paranoid by the day.  I mean when you have a judge in a court of law, masturbating while hearing a case of  a toddler death then a man being fired for not peeing fast enough and of course a lawyer barking in court.  Well here are a few excerpts and the link where the stranger than fiction and sicker than sick stories came from...

http://www.goforlaw.com/...
Judge Arrested for Using Penis Pump in Court

It wasn't something I was hiding," he said. He said he may have absentmindedly squeezed the pump's handle during court cases but never used it to masturbate. Foster told authorities that she saw Thompson use the device almost daily during the August 2003 murder trial of a man accused of shaking a toddler to death. A whooshing sound could be heard on Foster's audiotape of the trial.
At least he got arrested !!!
NEW YORK - A lawyer who barked like a dog at a witness during a deposition has been fined $8,500 for misconduct and harassment of opponents. Apparently, the lawyer started barking like a dog when a witness at a deposition was asked about some letters at issue in the case, and "behaved in a very mocking manner, making the witness feel intimidated, speaking over other people and making it difficult for the court reporter to record much of anything." "Mr. Fink was barking up the wrong tree," one lawyer quipped as he recalled the deposition. "I don't know what motivated him to bark."
I do not know what to say here unless this attorney thought he was defending the next story.....
CROWN POINT, Ind. - Plenty of lawyers have dogs — but how many dogs have lawyers? At least one. And his name is Cabic. Lake Circuit Judge Lorenzo Arredondo appointed an attorney Thursday to represent Cabic at a hearing to determine whether he is a wolf-dog hybrid. For Cabic, the outcome is a matter of life and death
And in my homestate of Ga...( no surprise here)
ATLANTA, Ga. - A man who says he was fired by Caterpillar Inc. because he wasn't able to urinate for a drug test sued the equipment giant Wednesday, alleging discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The plaintiff says he suffers from paruresis (or "shy bladder syndrome"), and was physically unable to urinate into a specimen cup, despite having drunk 40 ounces of water and being given three hours. The lawsuit claims he ultimately was able to provide a urine sample (as well as a hair sample), but the company refused to test the sample because he failed to produce it within the allotted three-hour period
EUGENE, Ore. - A woman is accused of pouring boiling oil on her boyfriend's face in an argument over a Bible verse. She is charged with domestic violence assault and jailed on $250,000 bail. Her 31-year-old boyfriend, whose name was not released, was hospitalized with severe burns on his face, neck and chest. Unfortunately, no mention of which verse was the subject of such a "heated discussion."
Wanna bet it was about thou shalt not bear false witness?  Or maybe she just wanted to get him saved and then send him straight to heaven.. Who knows !!!
Woman Mistakenly Arrested for Marshmellow Fine
In what is being appropriately termed the "Marshmellow Bust," a teacher's aide who forgot to put away her marshmallows and hot chocolate at Yellowstone National Park last year was taken from her cruise ship cabin in handcuffs and hauled before a judge, accused of failing to pay the year-old fine. Hope Clarke, 32, crying and in leg shackles, told the judge she was rousted at 6:30 a.m. by federal agents after the ship returned to Miami from Mexico. She insisted that she paid the $50 fine before she left Yellowstone, which has strict rules about food storage. Apparently, a warrant claiming Clarke had not paid the fine was found in the federal law enforcement database. A federal spokesman called the arrest "an unfortunate set of circumstances." Who signed off on this warrant - Smokey the Bear?
Nah, my vote goes to Yogi and Boo Boo

This is just my way of escaping politics but my mind did wonder how many of these people chose Fox News and listened to Sean and Rush?

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