An insider's view of what is really happening in the Harris County Criminal Courts
Got an interesting comment in from somebody titled "Gainfully Employed Professional" this morning at 6:54. Given the hour, and the fact that it is Saturday, I can only assume he is "gainfully employed" as a paperboy. The poster had the same IP Address as somebody who has been sending some pretty off-color posts here that I'm not publishing, but pretty much attack everything about me from baldness to weight to alcoholism to the fact that I'm divorced.It sounds a lot like Everybody's Favorite Fiancee Until the Primaries (or, as I like to call him, E.F.F. U.P.) in my opinion. The writings were just too nasty to publish here, but I did think you all would like to know he registered his protest.By the way, E.F.F. U.P., truth is a defense to libel. Opinions aren't libel, either. The stuff which you sent in your comment WOULD have been libel if I had published it, but I didn't. You can thank me later.
Did he use the term "man up" because if he did, that is EFFUP's favorite phrase.
What relation does being up at 6:54am on a saturday have to being gainfully employed? Why is that an issue?
What's wrong with being an alcoholic?Rage
It's obvious - E.F.F.U.P. is jealous. Hey, you don't have to get rid of the gray, you can eat what you want, drink what you want, come home when you want plus you earn your own keep AND influence election results. E.F.F.U.P. wants to be you!!!
Black Ink's Latest post pretty much hits the nail on the head, in my opinion. I can only add that the office is also in the process of destroying what was once a healthy relationship with almost every area law enforcement agency, except a few. When we start treating our witnesses like we are told to do (b/c of new "policy") it should be no secret when her majesty loses her treasured "seat" come next election. As far as we are concerned here in "Misdemeanor Land", she can take her loyal beast Palmer with her!! And Black Ink, if you are reading this, you obviously have good sources, b/c "under the radar" is a favorite saying we use around here.It's going to be sad to lose the likes of Denise and Marc come November, but I'm happy for them and they certainly deserve to win their respective races.
Murray - what is your opinion of this latest list? http://www.texastribune.org/library/data/government-employee-salaries/harris-county/departments/hc-district-attorney/3492/?page=6It is interesting timing given the budget cuts...
Black Ink rocks!
Eh, he's just another complainer.Rage
Rage:"Better a witty fool than a foolish wit"William Shakespeare
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