Jury Duty

Pretty much everybody agrees that fellas on a jury are more positively predisposed to pretty lady defendants. If they act feminine, so much the better. Consider Christine Blasey Ford in the Judge Kavanaugh hearings. She used this fake soft vulnerable voice to try to gain sympathy. In reality, she was nothing like that. The lesson here is that most everybody understands the score.

But consider the other side. Do lady jurors get tingles when bad-boy male defendants are on trial? If so, does it make them more pre-disposed to letting them off? Do defense lawyers consider this? What types of women might be most pre-disposed? Is this a forbidden subject?

Exit question — Why are there forbidden subjects?

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86 comments on “Jury Duty
  1. SFC Ton says:

    Why? Everything im society right now is based on the lie of equality

    Liked by 6 people

  2. okrahead says:

    I don’t know what you were listening to, but Blasey Ford sounded like she was channeling the Bride of Chucky.

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  3. okrahead says:

    Exit question… Because even acknowledging that those subjects are open to discussion would threaten the underpinnings of the current system. That is why every system has forbidden subjects. Or, if you know what subjects are forbidden, you know where to hit the hardest.

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  4. Gunner Q says:

    “Do lady jurors get tingles when bad-boy male defendants are on trial?”

    I would say no and point to the lack of female jurors doxxing themselves to the bad boy after acquittal.

    In fact, many defense attorneys put fake, thick glasses on the defendant to make him look nerdy and gentle if he’s obviously ‘roided up thugbait wearing his usual wife-beater shirt. Hoping for enough tingles to get him off is just a variation of “let’s take our chances with the jury”.

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  5. Farm Boy says:


  6. Farm Boy says:

    I do believe that Boyega and Isaac’s characters were robbed of their plotlines and their glory. I believe the trilogy set them up to be the main trio of the series, and somewhere along the line, that disappeared. The question here is: Was it racism, as Boyega claims? Not quite. I’m sure he’s seen the second film, The Last Jedi, and that film makes it very clear why his character was effectively written out of the series. John Boyega believes he is a victim of racism at Disney. He’s not. He (and his character) are victims of Disney’s feminism agenda. It’s an agenda that was willing to sacrifice the chance for a black Star Wars hero in favor of a series of bland “empowered women.”



  7. Farm Boy says:

    Not what he expected

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Not what he expected either

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  9. Farm Boy says:


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  10. Farm Boy says:

    “I asked who they were and why they were marching. No one would answer me. Why march and hold back your message?” she wrote.

    “If you want my support, ask it of me freely. That’s what we do in a democracy,” she added, noting that she actually supported BLM and had attended BLM marches after the event.

    Victor said she felt “fear” during the confrontation but didn’t appreciate the “bullying” tactics the mob were using.

    Many observers reacted to the original video by suggesting the optics for BLM looked terrible and that the footage would encourage more people to vote for Trump.

    However, such tactics, which mirror “struggle sessions” in Maoist China when dissidents would be similarly intimidated and tormented by violent Red Guard mobs, have been a common staple for Black Lives Matter demonstrators for years.



  11. Ame says:

    Hope Larry’s okay.

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  12. Cill says:

    Look at this cuck. All her body language shows he has been given the flick and the milksop clings to his cloud-cuckoo-land.


  13. horsemanbombadil says:

    This is so wrong it’s hilarious.

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  14. horsemanbombadil says:

    Seriously people, Eye Bleach Warnings. Use em. Save unnecessary suffering.

    Last warning.

    Don’t make me use my secret weapon. It is Not Pretty.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Liz, is that you? 🤣

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  16. Farm Boy says:

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Universal Filmed Entertainment Group (UFEG) sent a memo to employees on Friday announcing the members of an “inclusion committee” that will shape the makeup and culture of the company, as well as the content it produces



  18. Farm Boy says:

    The sister of Portland antifa protester wanted for ‘shooting dead’ a Patriot Prayer member last week, responded when informed of her brother’s death: ‘I wouldn’t say at this point that this counts as bad news.’


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  19. Farm Boy says:

    California DA wants law enforcement to consider looters’ ‘needs’ before charging them with looting



  20. Farm Boy says:

    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The drug known as Aviptadil, prescribed for individuals with erectile dysfunction, may, according to some researchers, work in the fight against Covid-19.


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  21. horsemanbombadil says:


    Only read the title. They don’t even realize it answers itself.


    Where to start? The memes write themselves. Cats, batteries, roast beef, boxed wine.

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  22. Farm Boy says:


  23. Not sure if this link will work but video from right after the Portland shooter was taken down… some of you may understand what is happening here better than me but it’s a lot of po po… not a random stop for sure. https://www.facebook.com/jugheadjonez/videos/10163785015735276/


  24. b g says:


    The feminist comments actually imagine that the Globe is right wing…well, compared to the Peoples Network(CBC) that might be possible. But even the French seem to grasp that while we are the same species, the sexes are very different animals. Have to say that I have almost always enjoyed that difference ;-D

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  25. theshadowedknight says:

    Feminists demand to be filled up is what I am hearing. Too bad you can’t make wives of them in this climate. They will remain unfucked, unloved, and barren. What a shit way to go, the poor things. What a catastrophic amount of misery.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Deputizing state police as US Marshall’s and their starting to charge some well documented troublemakers who have been getting catch and release on a local level with federal charges in federal court to illustrate seems to be working… Maybe the goonies can learn quick after all? 🤔

    Liked by 4 people

  27. Goonies and goons is my nickname for the anti fa losers.

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  28. Wait for it… liberal tears and the realization these are federal agents … not your college dorm advisors! Waaaaaa…..


  29. SFC Ton says:

    LOL looks like all their pick ups were chicks

    The slow ones always get caught 1st

    Liked by 4 people

  30. horsemanbombadil says:

    Oh I am so relieved. Things will calm down now.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Hopefully this info is never needed but it’s good to know: 1 year of SHTF living. https://personalliberty.com/one-year-in-hell/

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    UCLA students demand removal of computer science department chair who chided ‘PC police’



  33. Farm Boy says:

    He’s emblematic of the moronic views of BLM and Antifa that their pathetic shield walls, fireworks, bullhorns, and frozen water bottles are a means to accomplishing anything.

    It makes them feel important. It makes them feel like they have purpose and meaning.

    But they are really just fooling themselves and hiding from the fact that most of the rest of the world is laughing at them for being so self-absorbed to not realize how stupid they look


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  34. Farm Boy says:

    “We were excited to tell this story of a brave, young, empowered woman, who defies cultural norms and goes to war to protect her country!” said new Disney CEO Bob Chapek. “But we knew all of that would have to be scrapped for international markets.”

    Instead, the heroine will bring honor to her family by finding a man and blowing him away with her cooking and cleaning abilities. Mulan will no longer exhibit any desires to disobey her father, and she will certainly not even consider wearing a man’s clothing and armor. The film will alternatively include montages of her sweeping, steaming up fresh bowls of rice, and raising children.



  35. Sharkly says:

    Yesterday at work, a team of upper management came through to conduct a brief audit of the toolboxes in the factory area where I work. It was a bit maddening that a company which has recently lost 3/4 of its value and many tens of billions of dollars worth of annual revenue, was having their upper management there combing through the remaining production worker’s toolboxes looking for reasons to discipline them. Yet I could barely stifle my laughter, after suddenly noticing that the company’s upper management team was so perfectly diverse that It was like watching an overweight version of the Village People. I felt like sneaking behind them and doing the hand motions to “Y M C A”, to lighten the atmosphere, but I somehow resisted my politically incorrect urge.

    [Have anybody who looked like me they did?]

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  36. h0neyc0mb says:

    Fook BOEING!

    And .. yes .. you showed great restraint .. I would’ve not been so kind.

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  37. How many differently-abled persons were part of the upper management? None? Hmmm, maybe the ADA people need to hear that… Give them something to worry about besides actual’s worker’s toolboxes.

    [Volunteer I do.
    Differently-abled speech I have]

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  38. theshadowedknight says:

    Better even than having some of those chemicals (antibiotics, fuel, etc.) is knowing how to make more. I need to brush up on that sort of thing. Nice thing about studying chemistry is that I know how to make the old stuff that we used to use. Sulfa antibiotics are simple to make and save lives. A moonshiner with a decent still and a good book or two can make all sorts of valuable stuff if things go sideways.

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  39. Liz says:

    My first degree was in chemistry.
    I am really good at removing stains from clothes, couched, ect.

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  40. Farm Boy says:

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  41. Sharkly says:

    Yeah, Fook the corporate whores who pissed our industry away to save the shareholders a buck, and are still continuing to do so. Although I work on Boeing product, I work for a large spinoff in Kansas, which I would prefer to keep nameless. There is an excellent chance I may be laid off in about 6 weeks. In which case I may then be able to say much much more. And tell you about how the flying public’s safety is being handled by management that makes the management from the Dilbert comic series seem pretty well grounded in comparison. If you think Boeing self-certifying their own MCAS horizontal trim system, was a questionable decision, you ain’t heard nothin’ yet! It gets far worse. And the FAA is in on it, too. And as this company lays off more management here, the crooks at the top, are selectively laying off anybody still left with the integrity, to stand up to them.

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    According to the affidavit, which includes images obtained from surveillance cameras outside a garage near the scene of the shooting, Reinoehl hid himself in an alcove of the garage waiting for Danielson, and a friend, Chandler Pappas, waiting for them to walk past him.

    Homicide Detective Rico Beniga notes that Reinoehl “conceals himself, waits and watches” as Danielson and Pappas pass him. According to the document, as soon as they walk by, Reinoehl reaches out for his pocket or pouch on his waistband and emerges out of the garage before following them. The shooting takes places shortly thereafter and was not captured on camera.


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  43. Farm Boy says:

    “This was it for us,” medical supply store owner Lisa Steffes told CBS Minnesota. “We are a family-owned business. It’s just not worth it anymore being downtown.”

    In another example, the Star Tribune reports that a manufacturing company, 7-Sigma Inc., is leaving the city after burning in the riots, and taking 50 jobs with it.

    “They don’t care about my business,” owner Kris Wyrobek said of city officials. “They didn’t protect our people. We were all on our own.”

    An exodus of businesses is exactly what economists would expect to see in an area ravaged by rioting. The underlying reason is not hard to understand: Property rights are the foundation of any market-based economy. There is a long and clearly observed correlation between the strength of property rights and economic growth.

    Why? Well, private enterprise can only function so long as entrepreneurs know they will be reasonably secure in their property. When entire city blocks are destroyed by wanton rioting while local officials sit on their hands, it sends the message that even an otherwise-profitable investment might not pay off. Investors in such cities must now price in economic risk and insecurity that makes it much less competitive compared to its neighbors. And safety considerations also will come into play.

    As a result, jobs and economic opportunity are likely to dry up. Property values fall, and the area slips into decline. What’s more, higher insurance rates will make doing business more expensive and leave locals facing higher prices. Does that sound like progress to you?


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  44. I saw a good meme but I don’t know how to link it here but it basically showed a guy that looks similar to how I imagine Ton would look and it said once you defund the police was standing between us and you? LOL!

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  45. Thinking about property rights and economic growth is racist! Don’t people mean more to you than property or money? You capitalist imperialist slime! (Sarcasm)

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  46. Sharply I have a customer that works in that industry as quality control when planes go from passenger to cargo use and she said the same… she was about to quit a few years back she was so uncomfortable with what was happening and the risk it was creating for a major event in the near future.

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  47. Sharkly says:

    When I say the FAA is in on it, I mean they signed off on the original idiotic concept. However, I’m sure they would be “Shocked! Shocked!” to find out how we took that idiotic idea, and are only executing the most absolutely idiotic part of the plan, without performing any of the required safeguards, and are building a wall of falsified paperwork to shroud what is actually happening. And to be honest none of us even really can know what is happening, because the company has literally poked its own eyes out, so as not to be able to see or track how bad the actual quality is getting. And since the flaws are no longer able to be discovered and so none are being documented, they have declared their new “anything-goes” boondoggle to be “flawless”.
    I’ve fought this idiotic crap, internally, since the first day they began phasing it in. But the company has zero interest in doing anything other than hiding what they’re doing for as long as they can get away with it. And the real problem is, that there is nobody I can go to, to get this fixed,(the FAA is covering for this shit right now) however if I report it externally, I’ll be squashed like a bug for my good-faith effort. And in this industry I don’t get shit for being a whistleblower, except expensive court battles. I’ve literally got to wait until hundreds of people suddenly die, and then hope to work as an expert witness for the plaintiffs.

    Anyhow, I’m sorry on behalf of the company, that you’re all “test pilots” when you go flying whether it is Boeing or Airbus, as we make major sections of both companies products. But I’d like to thank all of you US taxpayers in advance for your next big bailout that will again be used to reward our criminal upper management, and further encourage them to operate in a way that benefits them and our stock trader owners in the short term while ignoring the long term solvency of the business and this once domestic industry that our kids consequently won’t have how we had it. The folks up top are literally pissing everything away to make themselves some quick money. In fact, the whole publicly traded corporation model is long busted and doesn’t work right in an age of no integrity and no loyalty. The USA could have bought the whole world by now, if we’d stayed righteous and dedicated to godly principles, but instead our chiefs have traded our birthright away to get some Fooking beads for themselves.

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    Fuck you

    Ain’t nothing more valuable then that good ol mountain dew

    Liked by 1 person

  49. SFC Ton says:

    Them dogs need to stop stealing so many biscuits and spend a lot less time in bed

    Liked by 4 people

  50. SFC Ton says:

    One of the many reason I support defunding the police

    Sure NYC etc will be fucked! But our monuments and kin folk here in NC will be safe behind the redneck wall

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    That link posted by RPG is why chicks dig bad boys at the biological level….. the desire is for a man that will do X+ to keep them alive


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  52. SFC Ton says:

    Its tactical. Com

    Is supposed to have good gear/ body armor on a decent budget


  53. Sharkly says:

    I don’t doubt a word of what your friend said. I too am currently in Quality Assurance. LOL
    Today it is more like “Quality Theatre” where we perform a ruse to make you think their is still some QA happening. My job is largely to be a figurehead, to look the part, kind of like a husband in a modern churchian marriage, no authority, but the buck somehow stops with you. I don’t inspect aircraft like I first did when I hired on here. Now I mostly inspect paperwork. And the people who submit the paperwork have no incentive to be honest. If they are actually honest they will cause themselves a lot of trouble. And if there was anything wrong with the paperwork, the computer wouldn’t even have let them enter it that way, but my job is to click the box that says I inspected the paperwork, which says that everything was done properly, which data was most likely copied and pasted from the last time that they actually did it properly.

    We’ve got one LASER measuring process used on a couple of machines that doesn’t even work. Not even close! You can take the same exact reading ten times and get ten different readings that are totally disparate, and some times the readings recorded are literally impossible. But the unwritten company procedure is for the operator to keep hitting the button, as many times as it takes, until they get a passing reading, and then to move on. While the official written procedure assumes a process that actually works. We’ve been certifying parts with (the passing) data from that system for about 9 years now. I’ve written the whole process up a couple of times, only to be relocated to another area by management, so that they can then falsely claim the issue has been resolved. And most of the operators of that system speak English too poorly to do any complaining. There are plenty of other issues like that, but the company practice seems to be, see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. The other inspector in my current area was having so much difficulty with his vision that he was having to have other people drive him to work. I better stop sharing this stuff here, before I cost myself my job. I could go on and on.

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  54. Liz says:

    Beagles are very food motivated.
    One of ours has some beagle in him…
    Last place we lived, a beagle who lived down the street loved food so much she’d go out begging the neighbors. One day she was able to open our back door with her paw and walked into our kitchen. That Snoopy doing his suppertime dance is spot on. 😆

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    ESPN college football host Kirk Herbstreit broke down crying during a segment on Saturday as he tried to push leftist social justice, telling white people that they need to “do better.”



  56. RichardP says:

    Sharkley – I’m pretty sure you’ve already outted yourself re. the company you work for. All one needs to do is … which I already did.

    I’m not going to make things worse for you by stating what I did. But the owners of this space might delete a few words from your posts if they want to help you out. If you really do need to keep things private.

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    Portland Protesters Vetting Media Coverage, Blocking ‘Un-Approved’ Reporters From Covering Riots



  58. Farm Boy says:

    According to a study in The Lancet medical journal, Russia’s new coronavirus vaccine—named “Sputnik V”— has shown promising results in the early stages of human trials.

    The vaccine apparently generates a strong immune response in test subjects with minimal side effects.



  59. Farm Boy says:

    Democrats are threatening violence if Joe Biden does not defeat President Trump in November, New York Post columnist Miranda Devine said Saturday.

    “If you think that they were sore losers in 2016, you ain’t seen anything yet. … Democrats have no intention of accepting defeat at the ballot box,” Devine said on “Fox & Friends Weekend.”

    Devine called it “information warfare” to benefit the Biden campaign, citing a Washington Post op-ed by Georgetown law professor Rosa Brooks, who says Americans should prepare for war if the election result is anything short of a Biden landslide.

    “It’s just a variation on the theme … when [Biden] said if you don’t vote for him, you ain’t safe,” Devine said. “It’s pretty despicable, but that is everything you need to know.”



  60. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—As promises and rumors of a coming vaccine for COVID-19 continue to swirl, health experts across the country are recommending an additional action they believe will provide an end to the virus’s grip on the nation. Leading doctors suggest moving the presidential election to an earlier date.


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  61. Sharkly says:

    Richard P,
    I thank you for your concern. However, I’m not too concerned about my job. The company’s legal department is aware of what they’d be facing if I’m wrongfully terminated. Which is why that hasn’t happened already. They were going to fire me once already, but I filed an ethics complaint against the company, that contained enough evidence to show that I have the documentation to tie upper management, including our CEO, to what is going on, so they gave me a five day suspension instead. And then they later payed me for those days I was suspended. So, what started out to be my firing, ended up as a paid vacation. I’m sure they’d rather lose me in a lay-off, or else keep me in house and keep stuff swept under the rug, rather than to force me into a public court against them, and possibly chip still more of their remaining company value off, and make it harder for the government to justify giving them bailout money. This isn’t a good time for them to have their dangerous systemic ongoing wrongdoing exposed, nor their failure to address it when repeatedly confronted over the years, and their oft repeated reply, “We’ll look into it”, or “we’re working on fixing all that”. With our business ground to a snail’s pace, you’d think they’d have the time to do things right, but Nooooo. Anything but that! It really is a moral problem at the company, at this point we have all the time and excess manpower necessary to conduct our business properly, if there were any moral compunction to ever try to. But they’d rather risk your safety just to feel like they are getting away with something.
    Proverbs 4:16 For they sleep not, except they have done mischief; and their sleep is taken away, unless they cause some to fall.


  62. Cill says:

    Vitamin D deficiency raises COVID-19 infection risk by 77%, study finds

    White privelege.

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  63. h0neyc0mb says:

    I was away for a day .. or two flying. Many years ago.

    I had two long leg beagles .. think american fox hound. They were just like my short leg beagles .. but faster.

    To your point .. yes they live to fill their stomach.

    Anyways .. the neighbore forgot to put th food bag back in my back laundry room .. and thusly left it outside with the dogs. Accidently I’m sure.

    Anywayz .. I came home to the male stuck in the bag trying to eat the last kernel of food .. and was so fat from his score that I had to cut the bag open to reveal his food nap stooper.

    He looked so innocent and pitiful at the same time he was begging I feed him the rest of what wasn’t already stuffed down his food hole.

    I don’t think he liked me laughing at so hard .. and maybe for leaving him there for a lil while .. I had to clean-up and do laundry after my trip.

    Good times. He was easy to train.

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  64. Ame says:

    LOL, Honeycomb!!! That’s hilarious! LOL!

    Liked by 1 person

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