Saturday, May 28, 2011


The deed was something that should not have been done.  The perb tried to worm his way out of trouble by changing the description of what he had done.  He also promised never to do the deed again.  The DA was good and the cross examination went better than anyone could have hoped:

DA:  Perb, if you catch your wife sleeping with another man, and she says she won't do this next year, is this acceptable to you?

Perb:  Well, that is not the same...

DA: Just answer the question, yes or no.

Perb:  But,,,

Judge:  Perb, answer the question.

Perb:  No

DA:  And, if your wife says she wasn't sleeping, she was napping or snoozing, would that be okay?

Perb:  You can't compare.

DA:  Just answer yes or no.

Judge:  Answer the question.

Perb:  No

DA:  So changing the verb and promising not to repeat a performance does not make the act forgivable.
I rest my case.

Judge:  Guilty as charged. 

The perb's eyes got red and if you looked carefully, you could see tears welling up in them.  He was a broken man.

1 comment:

LSquared32 said...

Cool--almost gives you hope for the system, doesn't it?