Magdalen Update (Thursday, 4/20)

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Modemac

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Apr 20, 2006, 4:35:14 PM4/20/06
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Magdalen states that she is still not sure if she can blog again.
However, she gave me permission to pass on the following:

"Yesterday was our court date for a "further appearance" in front of
Judge Eric R. Adams of Batavia, which basically means it was the first
meeting and sorting out of what's going on and what will happen next.

"I can't describe how it felt, I was really overcome with emotion
afterwards. Judge Adams conducts his courtroom with dignity and
respect for all people before his bench, and whenever the conversation
turned away from the subject of my son and his wellbeing, Judge Adams
steered it right back on track. He has vowed to put my son's welfare
first and foremost and to get to the bottom of what's going on and make
sure my son isn't in danger. I started crying right then. It was so
good to hear those words.

"Basically, it was like being in America again. The Batavia courthouse
was clean and modern, with all the amenities you'd expect. I guess
what affected me so much was the sheer normality of the experience. I
felt like, "Yes, THIS is what going to court in America is supposed to
be like. Reasonable, clean, bland, efficient, impersonal." When Judge
Adams looked at me, he saw an American citizen, not a perverted whore.
He had no agenda of his own, he was truly committed to figuring out the
impartial facts and he was not interested in gossip and nonsense.

"I felt like I had been cleansed when I walked out of the courthouse,
returned to a state of security and safety that Americans take for
granted. We assume that if you do the right thing and are a reasonable
person, your words will be heard and considered fairly. We assume
judges do not participate in setups and Machiavellian plots to torment
people and play games with their lives; we assume they're just citizens
trying to do the job of being judges to the best of their abilities.
As far as I can tell, Judge Adams is the latter type of judge, a
reasonable, even kindly, person who is tough but fair and committed to
impartiality.

"I feel a renewed sense of hope and faith in the American system -- I
am sure that when the facts are examined impartially the court will see
I've always tried to be the best mother I could, and they can judge for
themselves whether I succeeded, but at least I will be judged on the
fruits of my labor in the task of mothering, instead of on the
nekkidity of my buttocks."

scooter

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Apr 20, 2006, 5:36:25 PM4/20/06
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Thanks for the update

now I'm crying....
okay I'm over it

intense

hope it works out.


nenslo

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Apr 20, 2006, 3:12:07 PM4/20/06
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In article <1145565314....@g10g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>,
"Modemac" <mod...@gmail.com> wrote:

> When Judge
> Adams looked at me, he saw an American citizen, not a perverted whore.

Fooling the judge is the most important thing.

Legume

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Apr 20, 2006, 6:21:31 PM4/20/06
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nenslo wrote:

> Fooling the judge is the most important thing.

Stunt double!
--
Legume
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"The best political weapon is the weapon of terror. Cruelty commands
respect. Men may hate us. But, we don't ask for their love; only for their
fear."

- Heinrich Himmler

Rev. Richard Skull

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Apr 20, 2006, 6:24:43 PM4/20/06
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"but at least I will be judged on the
fruits of my labor in the task of mothering, instead of on the
nekkidity of my buttocks."


Can I still judge you by your nekkid buttocks?

Pope Philistine... ...or Something

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Apr 20, 2006, 6:42:27 PM4/20/06
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I believe it is compulsory

Zapanaz

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Apr 20, 2006, 6:59:09 PM4/20/06
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On 20 Apr 2006 13:35:14 -0700, "Modemac" <mod...@gmail.com> wrote:

>"at least I will be judged on the
>fruits of my labor in the task of mothering, instead of on the
>nekkidity of my buttocks."

I guess only women who don't have nekkid buttocks should be mothers.
Is that a catch-22?


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HellPope Huey

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Apr 20, 2006, 8:52:02 PM4/20/06
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Legume wrote:
> nenslo wrote:
> >
>>Fooling the judge is the most important thing.
> >
> Stunt double!

Can you feel the LOVE? Kinda like the time you fell asleep in that
poison oak for 10 hours and woke up covered in "Holy S**T!!! AIIEE!!!!"

Its about time in all this mess that someone SANE had a controlling
hand in the well-being of the future head of the Church. Here's hopin'.
Good show, or at least a good 2nd act.

--

HellPope Huey
I don't want to live forever
unless Rush Limbaugh is forced
to be my butler in
a Captain America costume

Be born, that’s the brainwave now,
that is to say, live long enough
to get acquainted with free carbonic gas,
then thanks for the nice time and go.
~ Samuel Beckett,
"Malone Dies"

"I am never going to die.
Chromium picolinate.
In every orifice, every day."
~ "King of the Hill"

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Rev. Bad Monkey

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Apr 21, 2006, 4:53:13 AM4/21/06
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Keep your family and your heart close and don't forget who you really
are, a good and loving Mother!

Don't let these people kill the sweetness in your heart. Keep doing
what you're doing!

I have a good feeling about this one!

*fingers crossed!!!*

Kevin Cunningham

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Apr 21, 2006, 8:50:40 AM4/21/06
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"Modemac" <mod...@gmail.com> wrote in message
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I hope that everything works out. It should, there's quite a difference
between people who want to be judges and people who want to get a judges
salary.

Rev. Dr. Junior Mints
Anti-Pope of Atlanta


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