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Sunday, October 25, 2009

NFL WEEK SEVEN

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have not been able to properly analyze this week's games. However, we are prepared. We asked several hard working and well respected jurists to sit in for us this week and make guest picks. We're sure you'll find this to your liking.


Judge Cueto: " I took a week off to assess and digest the impact of the lines in today's games. While there is nothing ad hominem in this monograph, I herewith suggest the following:

Atlanta at Dallas: Several years ago our learned and wise colleague Bob Scola was asked to take a look at this same matchup. While Dallas has been in the league much longer than the Falcons and deserves the respect due seniority, I choose the Falcons, +4 for 500. "

Judge Pinero: "Chicago at Cincinnati seems like a nice matchup. Are the Bengals for real? We'll find out. Bears +2 +300 apple pies."

Judge Adrien: " I'm just happy you asked me. Are the Knicks playing? "

Judges Faber & Diaz. "Hello hello hello! It's your favourite pair of NFL watching, comedy club attending, room redecorating, email sending Judges!!!!!"

Faber: "The Dolphins are wearing orange today. That really clashes".
Diaz: "Oh, like I really care what a County Court Judge says about a team's uniform? Not!"

Judge Butchko: "Remember- we're all friends here. Try and pick the games and get along."
Judge Miller: "F'em. Just give em the max. We can do that, right?
Can I fax my picks? May I just say that in retrospect my decision to favor the use fax machines over emails seems very wise, does it not?"

Judge Adrien: "Ummm....The Cubs? "

Faber: "Have you seen those Denver throw back uniforms? Who is their fashion designer? "
Diaz: "What is it with you wanting to know everyone's fashion designer? Just pick a game and shut up."

Judge Jimenez: "I wrote a letter to the State attorney about picking games."

Judges Faber and Diaz: " Julio- you got screwed worse than Nesmith did at the Herald."

Faber: " I think the Giants in their cute blue uniforms at home over Arizona -7 are worth 200 Coconuts comedy club tickets"

Diaz: " And I think the Saints will shred the Dolphins secondary worse than I shredded you in the DBR. New Orleans -7 +200"



SUICIDE POOL
Daniel Tibbitt: New England; Rick Freedman: Colts; Iftikhar Memon: J...E....T....S; Peter Sauter: New England.

8 comments:

Pick Em Paulie said...

About freaking time! 4-1 last week and we should have been 5-0 if not for the Vikes blowing a two TD lead in the 4th. But alas we take our 15-15 record into week 7. Me thinks we're turning the corner so lets get over .500 and get some cash.

All games are $500.00

San Fran +3 over HOU
SD -4.5 over KC
GB -9.5 over CLE
NO/Miami Under 47
PHI/WASH Over 47

2009 Record
15-15 50% -$750

Fake Robin Faber said...

I have said it before and I shall say it again.

I hold the second highest elected judicial office in the entire state. It is a very serious job with very serious repercussions. I have a stack of community service sitting on my desk that needs to be done. Forthwith we shall stop with the frivolity of this blog and associated activities and get down to the serious business for which I was elected and for which I duly serve the people of the State of Florida.

Fake Robin Faber said...

PS. I need a really reliable person to clean the Chatahoochie on my deck and if you know of anyone who can do it at a reasonable price, please let me know ASAP.

Anonymous said...

From the Sunday Boca Del Vista Times:

"Congratulations to our own Ken G Weisman for finishing fourth in the Boca Raton MahJong invitational in the 1250 rating or below category."

Could this be our Ken Wesiman?

Kenneth Weisman said...

I would like to thank my many friends who have congradulated my winning the Boca Raton Mahjong Invitational. I have been training for the tournament all year. I would like to invite all of my REG friends to our weekly mahjong and canasta games.

Anonymous said...

You, Rump, are a funny man!

Anonymous said...

The problem with digging for diamonds is the mountain of data.

So...

125+ judges
125+ JAs
125+ Bailiffs
125+ Administrative staff

If each sends and receives an average of six emails per day, you're tasked with reviewing 15000 emails every week. I don't see the court providing them in electronic form, which makes digital searches difficult. The court will likely charge, which makes shotgun searches expensive. The reality is this... Nesmith must have received a specific tip and requested specific emails... which judge gave the tip would be almost as amusing as the emails themselves.

Good point! A review of the link to the 7 pages of emails show that Chief Judge Joel Brown faxed them all from his office on Oct 20, 2009, in the exact order as reprinted on the DBR site. Odd? Who did he fax them to... Directly to Nesmith?

Captain we may need to get you off the boat and investigating ASAP. Your full report is due by 5PM Monday, or you face being banned from the Blog.

Anonymous said...

OK, Faber is a total dunce. I am sorry. Please step down and save us. Thank you.