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Annoyingly Iíve recently argued with someone that the judge is incompetent cause he apparently has a lot of bad reviews meaning a new judge should supposedly side with him.
I didnít know judges are like restaurants now.
I mean, one judge got multiple reviews that he's a rapist and he got put on the Supreme Court so... yeah.
It is incredible the mental leaps some people will take to try and avoid facing reality. I imagine that when the appeals court rejects the appeal they'll take on Nick's latest lime about.hiw that means that defamation is dead in Texas.
At this point I expect a brief flare up from those fans at the sanctions hearing, then it will slowly die down ovr months, briefly flare up again when Broly gets recast before dying do until it's as dead as Vic's career.
Best part is, pretty much every Judge on that site has mostly bad reviews.
Guess we better replace nearly every judge in Texas by that logic.
Given that in almost all cases 50% of those involved are going to have a negative outcome having a lot of bad reviews is going to be common.
I was gonna say. A judge's job is not to make every side happy...someone is going to lose.
Logically if someone loses a case your most likely not gonna accept it was your loss & the other guy deserved the win, your just gonna blame it on someone else & say they screwed you over.
Which makes the very system of reviewing a judge stupid as all Hell.
Edited by slimcoder on Nov 6th 2019 at 1:58:16 AM
Haven't watched the anime yet (JP or EN dub) but it seems Mikaela Krantz and Sarah Wiedenheft are getting good reviews for their roles as Prinz Eugen and Z23 respectively. It helps that Krantz has experience voicing characters with German accents.
And speaking of the dub, I was expecting someone like Caitlynn French to voice Laffey, but how is Tia Ballard doing as Laffey so far? Among the four starter destroyers, Laura Woodhull as Ayanami seems to be getting the best reviews.
Edited by judasmartel on Nov 11th 2019 at 2:24:35 AM
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