|kingarthur - 2010-09-15 |
Nowhere near as funny as it was slowed down.
All it proves is that weed is better than speed
|Smellvin - 2010-09-15 |
I still don't understand why the plaintiff -- regarding the question of "breaking" versus "being broken" -- didn't just point to the defendant and say, "That's all the evidence I need right there."
|Quad9Damage - 2010-09-15 |
Speed court. It makes the justice system run much more swiftly.
|oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2010-09-15 |
Judge Judy sounds like Martin Scorsese
|chumbucket - 2010-09-15 |
I like the idea of Speed Court (swift justice) as Quad mentioned, but having seen this in the slow mode...it just doesn't live up to that level of entertainment
|chairsforcheap - 2010-09-15 |
If you do something one way and it works, then it follows that doing the opposite of that should also work!
Anyone see any logic flaws?
HAHAHAHA i meant to one star fucking fail.
so two logic flaws are presented, i guess?
where do you even get this from. it's like saying a movie prequel is a "logic flaw" because it opposes the original timeline, or that an inverted curve enhancement in photoshop is a "logic flaw" because it's the other way around, or that you are a fucking retarded assbag
|godot - 2010-09-15 |
Funny is drunk Judge Judy.
yeah yeah fuck me for thinking cokeheads are funnier
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-09-15 |
In the slow-motion version, the voices are what made it.
In this version, it's the hand gestures Judge Judy makes.
You people need to understand this before more blood is shed.
|fluffy - 2010-09-15 |
I haven't seen the slowed-down version so I was able to like it for what it is.
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