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  1. S09.E01: A New Beginning.

    Really? OMG, this is worse than I thought and I'm pretty sure I wasn't drunk at that point. I'm embarassed. :(
  2. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I never saw this one. That was some prideful, haughty attitude of the Sainted Single Mother of two. She's a total loser who spread for some guy(s) without benefit of birth control, squirted out two unfortunate offspring (which she seems to think entitles her to live for free, etc) and she has to live with Mommy because she can't make it on her own. She's so freakin' stupid she has to rip a smoke dectector out of the ceiling because it takes "weird batteries" and neither she nor Mommy could figure out the enormously complex problem of where to get those or how to replace them. Can't expect her to go to a hardware store! She's a Single Mother of TWO! Dim-witted bitch. I understand why plaintiff couldn't read what that lease said - her wig was covering her eyes. Who ever heard of a business location that must be rented as a "single family dwelling"? Who cares, anyway? Def. obviously Googled to find anything that said "Lease" and printed it out, not bothering to read it to out what kind of lease it was. Just sign it! Okay! Business people, they're not. No electricity is just a minor problem, in def's eyes, and it's not her fault. I didn't bother finishing this.
  3. S09.E01: A New Beginning.

    He was on a horse? Okay, as much as I detest doing so, I really am going to have rewatch this cuz it seemed I missed most of what happened even though I was looking right at it. Damn.
  4. S09.E01: A New Beginning.

    They should have put him on a horse, if they really want to have Wild West justice. More dramatic that way.
  5. S09.E02: The Bridge

    No kidding. I started to get a little worried when he joined the cast, as he does seem rather partial to the full-frontal presentation, but I thought, "This is TWD you're talking about. No chance of that." I'm not sure if I'm relieved or disappointed. Yeah, but she still wouldn't kill Negan, since keeping him unharmed would also be Ricky's last wish, kind of a family tradition. Judith will end up caring for Negan.
  6. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    Not on this show! This is a place where people talk about exchanging "verbal words." Thus, "internal bruising" could mean anything.
  7. The Affair in the Media

    Have we ever seen brats more insufferable and annoying than Helen and Noah's offspring? The little girl (I forget her name) is okay but every time we see the two boys I just want to spank them, really hard.
  8. All Episodes Talk: Warming Up the Bench

    I skipped any cases referring to dogs, but in the "I ran a red light but the accident wasn't my fault" case: Plaintiff daughter - "I had saw..." Really? Damn.
  9. S09.E02: The Bridge

    I'm not sure if you're being serious, but I doubt they would put a shout-out to an audience of which the majority (I think) remembers nothing pre-Facebook. I watched M*A*S*H yet don't remember any "Toledo" sign. Of course, I kind of stopped watching during the Klinger period (and after the Bible Belt audience put the smack-down on the Hotlips/Frank romance - ohh, we're in the middle of a war but extra-marital affairs are too shocking)since I found him to be ridiculous and highly un-funny.
  10. Small Talk: Ughngnggh! Ugghhnnn!

    Even though I never toked up, I've always thought it was ridiculous to criminalize it. I never understood why that was illegal, yet booze wasn't only not illegal but glamorized in ads, as though only sophisticated people in evening gowns and tuxes imbibe. Yeah, right. People do horrible things while drunk, yet to my knowledge grass has never made anyone murderous/violent.
  11. Small Talk: Ughngnggh! Ugghhnnn!

    OH! Hahaha! nachomama helped your point sink into my dull brain. Duh. Yes, I've never used that particular herb in my life, but I think it's high time I start. Booze isn't working anymore to help me get through these eps.XD
  12. Season 9: Speculation without spoilers.

    Considering that Greg seemed to be sentenced to death and hanged without a trial, and that Maggie was judge, jury and executioner, seems like "Wild West" laws now prevail.
  13. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    It's always the same. Those who parasitize the working public and live on the earnings of others always have that attitude: "Everyone owes me because I can't take care of myself, or I choose not to. Give me stuff! Give me money! Of course I'll take anything I can get." Plaintiff is a terrible person says def, who is a beast with no self-control and never gave plaintiff a thing but took everything she offered. Outrageous, but this is not the place to get a restraining order against that loon. I'd be afraid to live next to her. Plaintiff was vile. I read the report from the property manager. Everything in that place was old, and some things needed replacing (ceiling fan was wobbly. Was that def's fault?)but in working condition when def left. 55K in damages? Woman is nuts and deserved more of a smackdown.
  14. Small Talk: Ughngnggh! Ugghhnnn!

    I've had this show legally for quite some time and my DVR recorded it even after I ditched AMC and didn't want to watch all the peripheral money-grabbing crap, commercial garbage, McDonald's type action figures, contests, interviews, etc. I now have again AMC included in a new package. A "Love In"? Nope, not here. I used to rewatch eps from the earlier seasons but have no desire to do that anymore. Once is more than enough for me. I watch very little TV, but the Sopranos, while it was on, was such a part of my life that I recall jumping up from a dinner party with such force I nearly overturned my chair to get home and watch it. "OMG, it's nearly 9:00! I have to go home now!":p
  15. New cases today, but not too interesting. Woman (and JM is smitten with her beefy biceps and wants to know how she has time for all that working out) suing yet another spineless baby-man boyfriend because he scuttled away from their apartment leaving her with huge payments for breaking the lease. Baby-boyfriend - who obviously can afford his gym membership since that is of prime importance - decides he's not responsible for anything and he'll let landlord track him down. Catch me if you can! Sadly, he has a child who will probably grow up like her dad, trying to weasel out of any obligations. Plaintiff forged def's signature, which doesn't help her case even though she denied doing so til the bitter end ( I don't remember... we signed so many documents... not to my knowledge...)- as JM correctly deduced, ball-less boyfriend would never have signed anything because why would he agree to what he owes? JM awards plaintiff half of two month's rent, which should be long enough for landlord to get another tenant to mitigate the damages. Over-aged, dissipated-looking party boy buys a 17-year old POS "party limo", for him and his other "boys" to go to games, get drunk, at whatever places - with the floor completely rotted out and hires def to fix it and put in new carpeting. Def. tells plaintiff that the windows on the heap "Leak like a sieve" which is the reason for the rotted floor. Plaintiff gets hoopty back but the carpet is bunching. He brings it back to def. who says he fixed carpet, but then he puts it outside his garage and leaky windows result in further damage. I guess I missed why plaintiff never went to get this limo for over a month. It's again full of water but JM awards plaintiff the 2K he spent on fixing his adolescent fantasy. I don't know why, but I'm not a judge! Then we had another installment of wig/hair wars, but I lost interest.