Monday, February 06, 2012


Here is the real headline from the Miami Herald- we are not making this up:
"Drunk, Incoherent Man Mysteriously Dropped Off At Courthouse". Click the link and see it for yourself. 
Our first thoughts revolved around the too many glasses of champagne we consumed Sunday celebrating our good fortune. When we remembered we weren't in Miami, our next gleeful thought was "which judge is it?
From the article: "The drunk man could only mumble when asked why his friends deposited him at the courthouse." The plot thickens as it could be any number of robed readers we know. 

Read more here:"
What's the worst possible thing you could imagine happening to you (outside of being deposited by your so called friends drunk and incoherent at the courthouse? Which by the way got us thinking: "weren't there any strip clubs around?") 
Whatever your worst personal nightmare is, having a fully loaded port-a-potty truck overturn on your lawn must be at the top of anyone's list. The Herald has the messy details here. 

What's worse than losing the super bowl? Having your QB's super-model wife blame you for it:  Here is the Patriots new wide receivers coach on the fundamentals of the game:  You have to catch the ball when you're supposed to catch the ball," Bundchen is heard saying. "My husband cannot [expletive] throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time."

Super Bowl wrap up: Here are the numbers that count: since being exposed as a cheater, the Bill Belichick coached Patriots are 12-13 in playoff games and 0-2 in Super Bowls. Heck of a genius of a coach. 

See you in court. 


Anonymous said...

How can Belichek have lost 13 playoff games in 6 years? This seems logically impossible, unless the NFL has been giving the Patriots a Mulligan every time they lose a playoff game (plus an extra Mulligan one of the 6 years).

Anonymous said...

Hispanics lawyers are ready to overwhelm the judiciary and overun it with candidates.......You heard it here first!.....

einstein said...

Sorry Rump, gotta agree with 8:34 here. They were exposed as cheaters at the beginning of the 2007 season, if recollection serves me.

Their playoff record:

2011 - 2-1
2010 - 0-1
2009 - 0-1
2008 - did not make playoffs
2007 - 2-1

That totals 4-4. Go back further:

2006 - 2-1
2005 - 1-1
2004 - 3-0

Don't know where you are getting your figures? I do agree that they are 0-2 in SuperBowls and no better than .500 overall.

And like most Fins fans, I was happy to see them lose again.

Barrister of Ballentrae said...
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Barrister of Ballentrae said...

C. David Weed is Finally retiring, but it will cost you $40 to say good - bye at his farewell lunch.
Want to bet the crowd is smaller than Warren Schwartzs' good bye.

Anonymous said...

C david weed really milked the system his last 3 years. But he was great at what he did back in the day. We used to call him the puppet master then his name was changed his name to weedlander.

Anonymous said...

7:04:00 ........ I bet the crowd is much bigger.......there are a lot of folks who will be more than happy to fork over $40 to make sure he's leaving ;-)

(sorry, couldn't resist)


Anonymous said...

When the Holiday Inn was at the foot of the 12th Avenue bridge, some judges had three-martini lunches there before coming back for the afternoon calendars.

Anonymous said...

i want to be drunk and incoherent, 8 days a week

Anonymous said...

David and Warren are both good guys who did much for the poor in this community. I wish them both well!

Anonymous said...

Shumie time.

Anonymous said...

i just got sent to morning back up with Carney. Does anyone know when Snyder and Morphonios have their soundings? I have cases set before them and I don't want to get jammed up

Anonymous said...

Anybody wanna split dolphins tix next year? The new Joe Robbie stadium looks cool.

Anonymous said...

When is Van Halen coming to the Orange bowl?

Anonymous said...

Hey "Barrister" (a/k/a Avocado Envy Boy) Clearly you have issues....David is a good lawyer and excellent managing attorney. I never had the first problem with him over the years -- but -- oh yeah -- I did my job and didn't leave at 2:00.

Anonymous said...

david weed was a great managing attorney.

joel denaro