Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The Wigtastik People's Court Episode

Well, this is on some other Jewish blog already, but I thought I would jump on the bandwagon and post this People's Court episode. Also, I point out to Chaim1, she's wearing nail polish. I guess she's not observant.

6 comments:

  1. I dont freaking believe it

    What a bunch of Dumbasses

    What did they think Peoples Court was as corrupt as Bais Din???

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  2. Over on Emes V'Emunah someone said, "oh they probably figured the shiksa (judge) won't know any better." Yep, that sounds about right. The funny thing is that that looks like short hair, not long hair. Also, once the judge says something the woman started looking guilty.

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  3. I bet they thought the court was as corrupt as Bais Din

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  4. I suppose you guessed right. Or maybe she is expecting and doesnt have to go for the time being.
    Unless it shrank in the wash it looks a fall or short one to me as well.
    Her english seems to accented maybe she's israeli. Youre right the shikse judge could teach the Jewish dayan a think or two.

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  5. Georgie's is now owned by her ex-husband. He did all my shaitels. My DH knows him personally. She IS lying through her teeth.

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  6. דניאל הגדולDecember 9, 2010 at 10:06 AM

    Have you had a chance to check out the comments for the video on YouTube? WigGirl battles it out with defendants' daughter. Hilarity prevails!

    I wonder in what year of Bais Yaakov do the Noble Daughters of the FFB Oberklasse learn the arts of Theft by Deception, Lying in Open Court, and Showing Contempt for the Alien in Your Midst.

    "oh they probably figured the shiksa (judge) won't know any better."

    Well, she only went to law school. Her mind has not been honed with the rigorous FFB curriculum — Color War, endless rehearsals for Erev Shira, and vocational classes in Wig Styling so you can support you husband while he shmoozes away the day in the Kollel coffee room. Oh, and how to qualify for WIC and keep your Lexis.

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