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Another poor comparison. A man who wants to see the movie at the Alamo with a woman also has every opportunity to do so.

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TV’s Frink said:

yhwx said:

Today I learned that the biggest problem middle-class white men have is a women-only screening of Wonder Woman.

Today I learned that pittrek, Alderaan, and Id are all who I thought they were (for different reasons).

Yep, I am indeed a federal judge.
I’ve applied the civil-rights statutes of more states under the Erie doctrine than you’ve ever visited. You don’t wanna step ta dis.

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TV’s Frink said:

Darth Id said:

Oh, it was the New York Alamo?

The one lawyer he found in the country that cares is in Austin, so I have no idea why he brought up New York.

Anyway no one is prevented from seeing the movie so your point is also moot. If the Alamo said no men were allowed to any of the screenings it would be a different case.

Haha how cute you have no idea what moot means!

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moot

mo͞ot/
adjective
adjective: moot
1.
subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty, and typically not admitting of a final decision.
“whether the temperature rise was mainly due to the greenhouse effect was a moot point”
“a moot point”

  • having no practical significance, typically because the subject is too uncertain to allow a decision.
  • “it is moot whether this phrase should be treated as metaphor or not”

(Emphasis added)

He used the word correctly.

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Darth Id said:

TV’s Frink said:

yhwx said:

Today I learned that the biggest problem middle-class white men have is a women-only screening of Wonder Woman.

Today I learned that pittrek, Alderaan, and Id are all who I thought they were (for different reasons).

Yep, I am indeed a federal judge.
I’ve applied the civil-rights statutes of more states under the Erie doctrine than you’ve ever visited. You don’t wanna step ta dis.

Apparently you’re jealous of impscum’s masturbation thread.

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Well…

moviefreakedmind said:

Darth Id accidentally asphyxiated himself while masturbating. Someone else is using his account and impersonating him.

Ah, I see.

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yhwx said:

moot

mo͞ot/
adjective
adjective: moot
1.
subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty, and typically not admitting of a final decision.
“whether the temperature rise was mainly due to the greenhouse effect was a moot point”
“a moot point”

  • having no practical significance, typically because the subject is too uncertain to allow a decision.
  • “it is moot whether this phrase should be treated as metaphor or not”

(Emphasis added)

He used the word correctly.

No, he didn’t.
My point was that whether Alamo’s practice constituted discrimination, and therefore a violation of civil rights, depended on the existence of an applicable “public-accommodation” statute in the jurisdiction in question. Then he randomly brought up the existence of alternative accommodations, which is not a controlling factor as to whether the practice qualifies as a civil-rights violation. His point might have been moot, but my point was decisive regardless of his random observation.
That’s the opposite of moot.

[The Idmonster said:]

You don’t wanna step ta dis.

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SilverWook said:

Darth Id said:

Alderaan said:

You have to really be a dumbass and pathetic human being to be upset about an all-women’s screening of Wonder Woman. Grow up and grow a pair and be a ****ing man.

Haha yeah just like all those dumb bitches upset about not being able to golf at the hoity-toity country club amirite??? Or those gays all whiny about not getting cake??? They need to man up too!

You’re not seriously making that comparison?

Which comparison?

[Id note: the answer to my question is necessarily MOOT because the answer to S’Wook’s question would be the same, regardless of S’Wook’s answer. Irrespective of which of the two comparisons I made S’Wook was inquiring about, my answer would be affirmative.]

This has been a Darth Id’s Jurisprudential Tip.® “This whole courtroom’s outta order!”

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Would you think that a ‘ladies night’ at a bar would constitute discrimination?

Also, I have never seen a federal judge that looks like this.

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yhwx said:

Also, I have never seen a federal judge that looks like this.

It’s weird, but Google can’t find me a single case of a federal judge with a face tattoo! Either Google is lying or Id is lying. I wonder which it is…

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Darth Id said:

Then he randomly brought up the existence of alternative accommodations, which is not a controlling factor as to whether the practice qualifies as a civil-rights violation. His point might have been moot, but my point was decisive regardless of his random observation.

You clearly have no idea what you are talking about.

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yhwx said:

Also, I have never seen a federal judge that looks like this.

Well I guess you’ve never tried a case in the Southern District of Texas’s Brownsville Courthouse, then…

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Darth Id said:

yhwx said:

Also, I have never seen a federal judge that looks like this.

Well I guess you’ve never tried a case in the Southern District of Texas’s Brownsville Courthouse, then…

You clearly pulled that out of your ass.

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TV’s Frink said:

yhwx said:

Also, I have never seen a federal judge that looks like this.

It’s weird, but Google can’t find me a single case of a federal judge with a face tattoo! Either Google is lying or Id is lying. I wonder which it is…

Actually, Google was a retained expert witness in a trial sounding in Intelligent-Design-Patent-Meta-Infringement case I presided over once, Elohim v. Allah. That mutherfucker perjured himself left and right.
Just sayin’…

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TV’s Frink said:

http://www.txs.uscourts.gov/offices/brownsville-division

Which judge are you?

No, dipwick, I’m not seated in SDTex (eeewwwwwww!!! btw)!
But when I was a lowly practitioner, I once tried a case in front of a certain judge who had a pentagram tattooed to his forehead, and a Baphomet adorning each cheek. They were connected with a full-face spiderweb littered with bloody severed body parts.
I’m not gonna mentioned any names, but he’s since retired.
One of the sweetest jurists I’ve ever had the pleasure of appearing before.

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This is getting too political, so any further discussion of the matter should go to the politics thread. Thanks.

originaltrilogy.com Moderator

Where were you in '77?

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Darth Id said:

TV’s Frink said:

http://www.txs.uscourts.gov/offices/brownsville-division

Which judge are you?

No, dipwick, I’m not seated in SDTex (eeewwwwwww!!! btw)!
But when I was a lowly practitioner, I once tried a case in front of a certain judge who had a pentagram tattooed to his forehead, and a Baphomet adorning each cheek. They were connected with a full-face spiderweb littered with bloody severed body parts.
I’m not gonna mentioned any names, but he’s since retired.
One of the sweetest jurists I’ve ever had the pleasure of appearing before.

Sure.

I’m not wasting any more time on this nonsense.

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dahmage said:

TV’s Frink said:

TV’s Frink said:

The Alamo is not shutting out men from every screening, just a few. A man who wants to see the movie at the Alamo still has every opportunity to do so.

i don’t understand why anyone could have a reasonable complaint against one or two women-only screenings…

I mean, really? present an argument that is something more than whining, i can’t think of any. I mean, I don’t really give a crap since I still have every opportunity to see it again and again if I want to but I don’t see the need. Not letting someone go to a screening of a movie because of their gender just sounds unneeded.

REDACTED.

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