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Magistrate Judge Brown to Preside Over Michael Pizzi Mayoral Lawsuit!


In a surprise ruling, the Florida Supreme Court today appointed retired federal Magistrate Judge Brown to preside over the contentious dispute between former Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi and his beloved town:
"We're looking for a judge who can take the temperature down a notch," said the Court in an unsigned opinion.  "The last thing we need is a toe-tapper of a trial.  That would be AUDACIOUS!"
Wasting no time, the Judge has already scheduled an "out of the blue" evidentiary hearing on the value of the damaged yacht.

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  1. nice april fools

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  2. Congratulations to Jim Nabors on his recent marriage!

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  3. So great .

    Brown would be the perfect hearing examiner to blow that case up and write a raucous recommendation to the judge.

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  4. OMG I thought Jim Nabors was dead and Godfucker was being snarky. He's alive and kicking, 84 years old, and married a guy named "Stan" in 2013. God bless 'em.

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  5. I've never fucked God but I did date a guy named Jesus. Huge cock.

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  6. The 3 DCA helped a plaintiff.
    April Fools.

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