Two sides of the same coin.
Anyway, when DC mentioned a major character was going to be gay I was hoping for one of the more front-line characters like one of the many Robins but like the 20 years they've been sitting on a great character like Harley Quinn they squandered it like wasting potential is a way to get tax breaks.
You did so well controlling the teenage angst this week, with only one or two rage posts. Then Friday night rolls around. You stayed up too late and had too many beers. Now look what you've gone and done.
Anyway, on a more serious note - I found a reenactment of the crime in case you're interested:
Did you give the Green Lantern a sloppy blowjob after the fairy parade?
point to the word "full" in my post.
That part was fullQuote:
Zimmerman's appearance was at the end of the hearing, that part of the transcript was full
That part was full!
That PART was full!
Moron. I know I know, you just wanna whine about Al Sharpton and imaginary riots, but do you ever fucking listen to yourself, for even a second? Don't bother answering—you don't. It is clear.
Where on the post you made did you mention who was asked?Quote:
and they didn't ask him about the money in either the transcript I linked from CNN a few pages back, or the even less complete version you linked.
Go on, point to the place where you said that they didn't ask Mr. Zimmerman. It was already known, thanks to the transcript—the segment I linked to—and to the post previous in the spread, that Mrs. Zimmerman was asked.
So the answer to your moronic question: "True, but we fucking knew he had the website weeks before the prosecution or the judge even had the case - why didn't they ask?" is simple: they did ask wifey, wifey lied about it.
It hardly matters that my link is also to a partial transcript—unless among the missing pages it says, "Okay, court reporter, write up some fake bullshit about me asking about website money and then manufacture an answer and put it in the wife's mouth!" it's actually useful.
A partial transcript can tell us what did happen; it cannot tell us what did not happen. So you, retard, should not glance at a few pages of a transcript and then declare what the judge or lawyer didn't ask.
And that's why I pop in on this thread once a week.