GURL OH NO U DIDNT!!! u just done haul mah ass into court?

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    Mar 01, 2010 1:09 PM GMT
    this made me spill my coffee for breakfast. Enjoy icon_lol.gif

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    Mar 01, 2010 1:35 PM GMT
    Yeah, pretty funny, though not exactly portraying gays in the best light. And I shouldn't have been holding my coffee, either, when the Judge referred to the defendant as "Miss Thang." icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 01, 2010 1:44 PM GMT
    You know what annoys me about this clip: Sexual orientation and the particulars of their relationship were irrelevant to the case, no matter how much the effeminate one tried to shift the focus of the discussion.

    Yet, the judge allowed the testimony to veer down that road. Seriously, it's none of the judge's business what the guy's orientation is or whether he wants to be in or out.

    But that aside, yeah, it was funny.
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    Mar 01, 2010 2:03 PM GMT
    Kickstart saidYou know what annoys me about this clip: Sexual orientation and the particulars of their relationship were irrelevant to the case, no matter how much the effeminate one tried to shift the focus of the discussion.

    Yet, the judge allowed the testimony to veer down that road. Seriously, it's none of the judge's business what the guy's orientation is or whether he wants to be in or out.

    But that aside, yeah, it was funny.

    Yeah, when the judge made his ruling, it was based on other circumstantial evidence, having nothing to do with sexual orientation. But this is TV entertainment, and it gave the judge a forum to express some of his personal views, which all of them do on these courtroom shows.

    Plus I always wonder how much the defendant and plaintiff are prepped beforehand, to make sure they put on a good act. It was hard to tell what the defendant was trying to accomplish, except maybe to undermine his former friend by playing the gay card on him. It looked less like a serious attempt at giving credible testimony, than an audition for the role of "Jack" in a revival of "Will & Grace."
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    Mar 01, 2010 3:02 PM GMT
    "Do I look like I hang out with any straight people?" LOL


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    Mar 01, 2010 3:10 PM GMT
    I think the repeated use of " hello " was comical. when judge mathis referred to him as " miss thang, " he then exclaimed - " werk! "

    ... this was funny.
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    Mar 01, 2010 3:16 PM GMT
    Oh m'blessed Jesus...
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    Mar 01, 2010 3:23 PM GMT
    The sexual orientation parts were just for television. But it was good to have the judge say those things for the audience to hear.
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    Mar 01, 2010 3:34 PM GMT
    I never believed Miss Thang one second. icon_razz.gif Kinda unfair on white dude though on questioning his orientation.

    And yeah the gay discussion was mostly for the audience not actually for the case (is it even a real trial?).
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    Mar 01, 2010 3:44 PM GMT
    I thought that'd be funnier than it was. =
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    Mar 01, 2010 3:45 PM GMT
    Judge Mathis is awesome. I've seen other episodes with crazy queens on and he seems to have a real soft spot for the gays. That, and he's funnier than hell.icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 01, 2010 4:24 PM GMT
    Sedative saidI never believed Miss Thang one second. icon_razz.gif Kinda unfair on white dude though on questioning his orientation.

    And yeah the gay discussion was mostly for the audience not actually for the case (is it even a real trial?).

    I believe that these are really binding arbitration hearings, not full judicial proceedings, where the parties agree beforehand to submit their case to a hearing official (aka judge). And these judges all appear to have had some time on a real bench in the past, allowing them to claim the title of judge and rights of arbitration as locally permitted. But I'm not sure, so any legal types here to comment?

    BTW, an ex-BF was an arbitration judge, specifically for consumer product issues, like lemon cars, and bad aluminum house siding, and such things. Just a part-time job for him, but allowed him to make reimbursable travel all around the state for hearings he'd convene. Trips on which I'd sometimes accompany him for a nice getaway for a few days, the hearings themselves usually occupying only a couple of hours each day.
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    Mar 01, 2010 4:44 PM GMT
    I found this funny when i watched it. Guess he's still in the "closet". He should watch what he says on fb though he's a flaming gay. Come out of the closet and join the party already icon_razz.gif
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    Mar 01, 2010 4:46 PM GMT
    Oh my Deity! What a flamer! No wonder folks think queers are weird! THEY ARE!!!
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    Mar 02, 2010 2:53 AM GMT
    sexylatinboi said"Do I look like I hang out with any straight people?" LOL


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    How about...
    closet dude -- he told me hes bisexual
    gay dude -- nah ah.*flickers hand*...i dont like women....huh uh...*shakes head* ...they mah sistaz...hallo
    guard -- I believe him

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    Mar 02, 2010 3:03 AM GMT
    I cant believe it took telephone calls from the white dude to clue the black dude's parents in that he was gay.
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    Mar 02, 2010 3:47 AM GMT
    O


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    Please tell me that's not a real show???
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    Mar 02, 2010 3:49 AM GMT
    lilTanker saidO


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    Please tell me that's not a real show???

    We have a whole bunch of them....Judge Joe Brown....Judge Judy....Judge Alex ...Judge somebody else who is openly gay
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    Mar 02, 2010 3:59 AM GMT
    Judge Mathis always does that! LOL! But I don't think he does it to be mean, I think he does it to get them to acknowledge all the facts and regardless, the gay factor does have a bearing on the case. That's how they met! I've seen some where the person is openly gay and he treats them with the utmost respect. The ones that try to hide it, watch out!
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    Mar 02, 2010 4:34 AM GMT
    Hahahahahaha. "Miss Thang." Hilarious.

    Despite the hilarity of this I thought the white guy was gay the minute he walked in. He kinda had a swag in those steps and then to make matters a tad bit more questionable was his voice. He sounded like he was trying to repress his gayness and speaks like a half drunk frat boy who just realized that he "lika da man-cock." LOL. Just listen a bit see if you notice it. I'm not trying to stereotype but if the signs are there then...? he got rather catty and defensive the minute David said "We were at a Gay party and he didn't have a girlfriend with him."

    As for David, I doubt he had a hard time coming out to his parents since he makes it too obvious he was already to gay. No surprise there seeing as how he's hella comfortable with himself. No one turns that quick.

    A leopard's spots don't change into strips over night. You dig!

    Nice words Judge Mathis said though and the bailiff is pretty easy on the eyes too.
  • mcwclewis

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    Mar 02, 2010 7:22 AM GMT
    I knew someone who went on Judge Judy.


    Apparently they tell you to piss her off so they get good ratings. No matter what the outcome is, the show pays the debts off... or so I hear.


    I wonder if thats the same with Mathis
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    Mar 02, 2010 9:09 AM GMT
    lilTanker saidO


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    Please tell me that's not a real show???



    No it's not,but the judges are.
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    Mar 02, 2010 9:27 AM GMT
    All I want to know is why did the white guy leave the house wearing clothes 3 sizes too big for him. Somebody help me understand.
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    Mar 02, 2010 11:05 AM GMT
    joeyveras saidAll I want to know is why did the white guy leave the house wearing clothes 3 sizes too big for him. Somebody help me understand.


    to give the impression he is straight.
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    Mar 02, 2010 12:08 PM GMT
    That was frightening icon_rolleyes.gif

    Whether either of them were gay
    Whether one liked women
    and whether one or both of them don't hang with women
    made absolutely no difference to the case at hand

    This was strictly played to the cameras