Spastic Avenger - 2009-08-29 It doesn't matter what bad choices the girl made abusing the rather misplaced trust of the boy's mother; she's paid her debt in full.
A perfect example of the rationalisation people can go through to justify a heinous request.
Hooper_X - 2009-08-29 5:34. That is visual shorthand for "I am a GIANT PIECE OF HUMAN SHIT."
Tripitaka - 2009-08-29 Pure evil indeed. However, my five go to the line "And it doesn't look like he's missed a meal" and the immediate reaction shot of the little porker.
StanleyPain - 2009-08-29 Huh...I don't think I've ever seen a Judge Judy where one side basically didn't say anything.
goat - 2009-08-29 Or needed to. Jesus fucking Christ that was hard to watch. Between the mother of the dead girl silently crying and Piggy and Cunty's two-man dramatic reading of The Aristocrats sans punchline I don't think I've ever wanted to hit someone more in my life.
Document - 2009-08-29 6:16 - "Then why'd she send her daughter up here?"
Patton - 2009-08-29 Wow. Ain't she the pick of the litter, too. What farm was it they were on when this happened? 7 acres or something? Don't get me wrong. I believe this country should have been a Jeffersonian democracy. Damn Yankees! Damn war machine!
tamago - 2009-08-30 I want this woman to be tortured to death. She deserves it.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-08-30 It's hard to imagine this woman going any lower than this in her life, but I'm certain she'll find a way eventually.
Slagathor - 2009-09-03 but I don't get it... if minor X uses person Y's car without permission and manages to kill herself and destroy the car, why shouldn't minor X's legal estate and guardian be responsible for the damage to the car? I don't think this verdict would survive appeal to Judge Wapner.