10.10.2006

Ugh

The rainy walk to the courthouse is a beating.

14 comments:

edible ethel said...

Think of it as a ray of sunshine for you.

Anonymous said...

Well, it could be worse. Some of the people walking to the courthouse in the rain will be leaving the courthouse in a police car on their way to jail... Even worse, for some...jail is not the place for them for whatever reason.

Anonymous said...

Is it as bad as the walk on a 110 degree day in August, uphill, with a pack of rabit tigers chasing you?

greta said...

Beautiful

Anonymous said...

11:02 was that the divorce court @ noon, we still wander if transport vehicles did not have a/c in august, would that be cruel and unusual punishment?

Anonymous said...

What is a rabit tiger?

Anonymous said...

That's when she takes it all and u can't think or spell for two months, but u will make it. Good GOD he is in divorce court leave him alone!

mzchief said...

Umbrella?

Anonymous said...

Old China person proverb about visions on opium . Substitute Wise Co. Meth-head for opium head and you get "rabit tigers" .

Anonymous said...

Barry - you can complain about the beating you take in walking to the courthouse in the rain -- you should feel the beating we take from you lawyers when we get there. I, for one, have no sympathy.

Wasn't it Roger Clemens who complained that he sometimes had to carry his own bag when on the road. By the way, it was his rookie year just after having signed a multi-millionaire dollar contract.

Anonymous said...

Barry ..

Look at it as about 50 dollars a step. How else are you going to pay for your life style?

You could always quit and become a male prostitute. Lets just hope they don't pay by the inch .. LOL

(how you going to live of 3 dollars :)

Anonymous said...

10:20 - yes it could be worse and on some days you can observe an "all wet" commissioner's court.

:-)

Anonymous said...

Is it true the defense attorneys in Wise County get a $1,000 reward if they can convince their clients to take a plea agreement and avoid trial costs? Is it true that certain law enforcement officials "protest too much" on certain offenses we find revolting?

Anonymous said...

One county attorney (who will remain nameless) has been qoted as saying (to the store owner who asked him to no longer park for hours in front of her store) "I paid $500 for this suit and I am NOT going to walk all the way from the parking lot in the rain."

I think he either needs to buy cheaper suits or get an unbrella.