History Heartwarming / JudgeJudy

30th Nov '15 12:33:33 PM Windrays
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* Really, any time that Judy shows compassion to someone who's been victimized; she goes full MamaBear mode on whomever caused it and is [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness gentle with the people who've been wronged.]]
25th Apr '15 9:50:57 PM Chariset
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* She once told a defendant, who was accused of bullying, that she believed the plaintiff because a kid wouldn't go in front of a bunch of people and embarrass herself by saying that someone was calling her 'stupid' and other nasty names if it didn't happen. She also in two separate cases told off the bullies and their guardians, and said that they need to be taught right from wrong, and that they should treat others like they want to be treated. She may be rough with people, but don't bully or abuse a kid or she'll go {{mamabear}} on your ass.

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* She once told a defendant, who was accused of bullying, that she believed the plaintiff because a kid wouldn't go in front of a bunch of people and embarrass herself by saying that someone was calling her 'stupid' and other nasty names if it didn't happen. She also in two separate cases told off the bullies and their guardians, and said that they need to be taught right from wrong, and that they should treat others like they want to be treated. She may be rough with people, but don't bully If you think she's intimidating enough at regular strength, you do ''not'' want to see her in MamaBear mode -- and you will if she thinks you have abused or abuse are abusing a kid or she'll go {{mamabear}} on your ass.
weaker person than yourself.
8th May '13 4:27:30 AM LordCrayak
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* A sort of strange example, but it definitely fits. An ex-convict is being sued for stealing a TV and causing tons of other damage to a woman who let him stay in her house. He denies everything. The crowning moment is what Judy says at the end, to say anything else would spoil it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nURcrhzflok
** Considering Youtube videos like that get taken down regularly, you might want to go ahead and spoil it.
** As, indeed, it has been.

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* A sort of strange example, but it definitely fits. An ex-convict is being sued for stealing a TV and causing tons of other damage to a woman who let him stay in her house. He denies everything. The crowning moment is what Judy says at the end, to say anything else would spoil it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nURcrhzflok
** Considering Youtube videos like that get taken down regularly, you might want to go ahead and spoil it.
** As, indeed, it has been.
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22nd Mar '12 6:19:25 AM TVAddict
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** Considering Youtube videos like that get taken down regularly, you might want to go ahead and spoil it.

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** Considering Youtube videos like that get taken down regularly, you might want to go ahead and spoil it.it.
** As, indeed, it has been.
17th Feb '12 7:44:29 PM hobojim
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* A sort of strange example, but it definitely fits. An ex-convict is being sued for stealing a TV and causing tons of other damage to a woman who let him stay in her house. He denies everything. The crowning moment is what Judy says at the end, to say anything else would spoil it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nURcrhzflok

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* A sort of strange example, but it definitely fits. An ex-convict is being sued for stealing a TV and causing tons of other damage to a woman who let him stay in her house. He denies everything. The crowning moment is what Judy says at the end, to say anything else would spoil it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nURcrhzflokcom/watch?v=nURcrhzflok
** Considering Youtube videos like that get taken down regularly, you might want to go ahead and spoil it.
14th Aug '11 8:04:26 PM theonlysaneone
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* She once told a defendant, who was accused of bullying, that she believed the plaintiff because a kid wouldn't go in front of a bunch of people and embarrass herself by saying that someone was calling her 'stupid' and other nasty names if it didn't happen. She also in two separate cases told off the bullies and their guardians, and said that they need to be taught right from wrong, and that they should treat others like they want to be treated. She may be rough with people, but don't bully or abuse a kid or she'll go {{mamabear}} on your ass.

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* She once told a defendant, who was accused of bullying, that she believed the plaintiff because a kid wouldn't go in front of a bunch of people and embarrass herself by saying that someone was calling her 'stupid' and other nasty names if it didn't happen. She also in two separate cases told off the bullies and their guardians, and said that they need to be taught right from wrong, and that they should treat others like they want to be treated. She may be rough with people, but don't bully or abuse a kid or she'll go {{mamabear}} on your ass.ass.

* A sort of strange example, but it definitely fits. An ex-convict is being sued for stealing a TV and causing tons of other damage to a woman who let him stay in her house. He denies everything. The crowning moment is what Judy says at the end, to say anything else would spoil it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nURcrhzflok
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