109 thoughts on “KUNTZ TO 4TH”

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      The expression is “couldn’t care less”

      By saying he “could care less” means there is still some room left for caring. Sure, you’ve got it right now, but do you know how stupid you’ve sounded to people who read when you’ve said it wrong in the past?

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      Woo Hoo! Go whites! We made all the advancements in medicine and technology for hundreds of years…even built ships to get here

      Fuckin haters

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    He’s going to need a booster seat when he comes for Oral Arguments at Weinstein’s botched courthouse with one inch off the ground Benches.

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      They thought they’d give us all a break and gave both Holmes and her JA new jobs at the Sunrise Flea Market

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        Holmes can sell! She’s managed to push her own nugatory personality to the top of the legal heap! Imagine what she can do with $5 sunglasses!

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      Dam it.
      I told Trump to have his staff clean up the corruption that lingers everywhere Teresa Williams has been. Williams was just there, trying to wench her way into the SA’s seat.

      For now on, the Supt. of Elections needs to check behind the ears for gils on the old wenches, when they arrive.

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    Five judicial officers removed by the JQC, incumbents routinely beaten at the polls, a JNC that wont appoint Blacks left unmolested, a brazen unsophisticated escape, and a mold filled $300 million uninhabitable boondoggle courthouse.

    Thank you Chief Judge Weinstein.

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      And the Oinker still wants the new courthouse named after him !!! Thanks for all the memories Whiney but it’s time to fade away to that big pie hole in the sky: oblivion. A change for once in your life living off the public dole won’t kill you.

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      But the only ‘blacks’ as you put it, who have submitted their names to JNC, shouldn’t be judges. Nice people, sure, but just submitting your name over and over doesn’t increase your quality to be a judge.
      Clement Dean, Lisa Stewart, Regina Faulk would make excellent judges, not based on race…yet those who KEEP putting their names in the hat see only their race as a qualifier: “we need black bc too many white”. Huh?! How the fuck does that make you qualified?! And then there’s this insult to MLK they always like to roll out “JNC must be racist bc they didn’t pick me”

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        Robinson doesn’t set a very fine example for what a judge should be if u ask me. Neither does Williams. Then you’ve got Gillespie ! Lol. So what does that say for stacking the bench with qualified minorities ?

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    The church bus is full of heathens that can’t afford cars of their own.

    Run against every Jnc appointed Judge every time up.

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    Uh-oh… looks like Raag is going to be more temperamental than usual come Monday! What’s the over / under on how many times he’s gonna place the docket on recall for his hissy fits?

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      Talk about an easy score. Singhal won’t stand a chance if he has to run to retain his seat. No big loss. He hasn’t added much to the bunch of clowns sitting as judges in Broward.

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    Singhal will be even more unhappy when he gets opposition I’ll bet. Looks like the extent of his political juice just ran out of mojo.

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    Just how many have called it quits in the PD’s office. Heard from an asst. that just left that things are really bad.

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    So much for her aspirations for becoming a Federal judge. Things have gone steadily downhill for Holmes since Gardiner bit the dust. Holmes knew what she was up to but supported her anyway with full knowledge of her indiscretions. Holmes knew about it but played her game. Don’t have much respect for her. She hasn’t done much for her community or anyone else but herself. Her act got old a while ago.

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            Being liked or loved or treated like a ten day old can of tuna left open in the sun makes no difference to Kuntz because Kuntz gets the job done no matter what people think of Kuntz.

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            Its ironic that at 35 Kuntz would be considered dried up and crusty and relegated to playing someone’s grandmother in the movie business but in law there’s only criticism that 35 year old Kuntz shouldn’t be on the bench due to being too young.

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    Interesting, I heard Di Pietro asked Spechler to lay low after their mass blogging on here, Zack getting caught with the bad palm cards and some run in Jay had at Hollywood early voting. Spechler and his family were a mainstay at the Hollywood early voting site until Friday. Blog has been quiet since then too. Too bad for Nina they didn’t cut the Spechler family loose long ago, they would not have had as many detractors.

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    There are some that view Broward Judicial races like it’s a Banana Republic. Oiling palms is a frequent pass time of these hooters.

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    I would like like to thank those that ran against incumbents and for open seats. It takes a lot to go on the campaign trail and put your career on the line.
    Your could make more money in private sector. The few who asked me for advice and help I was glad to give it.

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    The ones running against incumbents deserve the greatest praise. They keep the stinkers in line, win or lose, and on a macro basis, because all the Judges see it and know they could be next.

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    It’s sooooo funny to see these tough judgey-poos become sooooo warm and fuzzy when they up for election. Fakes!!!!!!!!

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    The same time it appears Di Pietro shut down Spinks and Spinks Short bus from their crazy multiple blog posts it comes at the same time Trump’s people got him off Twitter?

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    Here’s a post written on the Miami blog regarding Janet Reno:
    Today we lost a truly great American in Janet Reno, our former Attorney General. Janet was my first boss. She was a great boss and a phenomenal human being. She was a 44-year-old State Attorney (D.A.) in Miami, Florida when, in 1982, just a few years into that job, she hired this 24-year-old kid from Philly as an Assistant State Attorney. She is in that elite category of people I refer to as “scary-smart,” someone who was always just a bit sharper than the rest of us. She had the highest sense of ethics you could imagine, something she instilled in each and every one of us. Her message to us was clear: Our first duty as prosecutors was to ensure that innocent people were not charged with a crime, and our second duty was to prosecute and convict the guilty. I have never forgotten those principles. She lived in a house in Miami that her mother built with her own hands. It had no air conditioning and no ceiling fans. As State Attorney, she was no fan of either the death penalty or the tough drug minimum mandatories; however, she had the integrity to recognize her duty to enforce the law, and she ensured that her prosecutors did so with vigor. Just a few months after appointing me as her 29-year-old Narcotics Division Chief, I was at a picnic at her house when she approached me and said, deadpanned, “David, I am hearing from the judges how utterly inflexible you have been about waiving the minimum mandatories.” To say this made me nervous was an understatement, and I just froze and stared at her. She then broke into a big smile and said, “I think that’s great.” She was an innovator.
    Janet was also one of the warmest and most caring people you could ever know. When you worked for Janet, in any capacity, she knew you, she appreciated you, and she truly cared about you. She not only knew your name, she knew your spouse’s name, your children’s names, where you grew up, and where you went to school. On a few occasions, I saw some prosecutors mess up cases really badly, and get called into her office. When they apologized, she always forgave them. But if they lied to her or tried to blame others, she would fire them on the spot. Now that’s a boss. After she became Attorney General, I went to D.C. to accept a Director’s Award for a case I prosecuted as a Miami AUSA. She insisted that I come see her. She also heard that my mother was coming down to D.C. from Philly, and insisted on meeting her. My Mom was awestruck, not only at meeting the AG, but in how “warm” she was. Janet also had one heck of a sense of humor. Her smile could melt you, and her laugh could shake the room. She very much appreciated a practical joke (thank goodness for me), and would engage in some herself. And when she got you, she really got you. She had picnics at her house, and took the time to talk to everyone, and play with all the kids. And when Will Ferrell made fun of her on Saturday Night Live with the “Janet Reno Dance Party,” she went on the show and danced with him. She was one of a kind. She was easily one of the most influential people in my career, and in my life. And I will miss her terribly.
    Obviously nothing like this would be said about our SAO.

    But you can’t compliment anyone on this blog without several people trashing the attorney or judge you’ve complimented and then trashing the person who wrote the post for good measure.

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    I also worked on several occasions with Janet and found her to be a really cool lady absent all the ego baggage that so often accompanies someone who attained the position she did in her life. So unlike the total trash we have in Broward where the squirrels are always trying to stash their nuts for a rainy day forgetting their real duty to society and themselves. She would never have played the greasy games that go on here in Broward and was truly of the character you don’t see much in this town anymore where fairness, ethics and understanding take a back seat to hubris and ego gratification and real talent is in very short supply. Don’t know why all the psychos seemed to have gravitated here, but that’s what we deal with every day from prosecutors to judges and public defenders who care more about working out a case than they do about trying one when the facts are on their side.
    It’s pretty sad what’s happened here, but every once in a while you have someone like Janet that gives you back some faith in our system of justice. They don’t make them like her anymore. She will be missed and remembered for the great lady she was and hopefully serve as an example for many of us to aspire to.

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    Google “Nova Law Spies” then click on desktop version and see a very weak and not so smart Nina Weatherly in non action, unable to respond to a question. Read the explanations, read the emails. See David di Pietro trying to shut people up, trying to intimidate, making threats. Are these people to which you want to hand over any kind of power? They behave like ten year old brats.

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        Got caught up in his own game and was shown the door … Tobin and Seidman played their part. Easy come, easy go. That’s the way the cookie crumbles with Broward Judicial punks.

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    Looks like what these bufoos call art at Young at Art in that pathetic excuse for what they call a museum in Davie. You know, the one taxpayers are on the hook for building and funding ! Lol. Did they manage to sell this piece of trash for 50 cents to the Board of County Commissioners too ? You gotta laugh…

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      Come on, be honest. It’s weird, but whomever painted it is definitely talented. And weird is good in art. Reference Basquiat.

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        Talented ? It’s obvious you’ve never taken art appreciation or don’t know anything whatsoever about art. It’s junk with a capital J.
        Isn’t that the name as well of the subject ? Lol. Sprink’s Lit’l Darling needs to stop pretending and go to an accredited art school when she’s not hosting topless anger venting raves.
        Crap in, crap out. Better hang it up.

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    Zack must be busy handing out Nina’s campaign lit today as well as the rest of the Sprinkles clan. … nothing like the Hollywood style of politics where you’ve got your hand out at the same time…

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    DO US ALL A GREAT FAVOR AND VOTE ALL INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES OUT OF OFFICE. ITS TIME TO CLEAN OUT THE GREASE TRAP THAT IS THE BROWARD JUDICIARY.

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      So good he couldn’t hold onto it ! He was Ross’ little fetch boy for so long he couldn’t make the adjustment when the time came for Boss Hog to flip burgers instead. He was a county judge which is to say not much of a judge at all unless you count traffic tickets as a big deal.
      Wouldn’t be to proud to count him as a mentor or anything but a small time networker.

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    It took a woman like Judge Peggy Gehl to take him out. Sprinks sued to get his job back but it didn’t go his way. He’s been lookin to get back into the game since Roid Ross bit the dust. Nina is just the newest bimbo to fall for it.

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      Please. Trump is an albatross in Broward. Jose better get on the Federal Bench within the next 18 months or he is toast.

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    ATurd got his ass handed to him. The fat POS lost the race to Nina. Supporting Ian Richards was a bad idea Turd. Who will ever want a 💩involved in a campaign again. Alain Jean kicked Turd’s fat ass. Turd is a loser. Everyone Loves A Winner. Turd is done. No one will pay ATurd ransom money ever again

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      Nice try Michael Ahearn aka Big Asshole Turd. You are a big loser who l pretends you are associated with campaigns you literally had nothing to do to with. You lost the Ian Richards race, your only candidate. You ran against an incumbent who is doing a wonderful job.

      Anyone associated with his campaigns in the future will receive opponents. Time to get rid of the trash talking Turd troll who hides behind anonymous blogs defaming judges and others. Your digusting, inappropriate attacks are coming to a halt. It violates the Canons that we as lawyers are sworn to uphold.

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    First;
    Congratulations Sheriff Scott Israel! We say we need the “good” police officers to clean up corruption in their own ranks. Keep up the great work!

    Congratulations President Donald Trump! Drain that swamp baby!

    Oh well, Di-Petro won. We are not worried. Like the old saying goes:

    Given enough rope, she’ll hang herself.
    Americans have spoken!
    We still control the country!

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    It’s a BRAVE New World ! Trim the fat starting with Fatty Weinstein and his do nothing policies for lazy Broward judges.
    America has spoken loudly and unequivocally: Fat cat bureaucrats need to beat feet out of office. Those that sow the seeds of liberal waste and shortsightedness like Weinstein can scream and whine about how Broward needs more judges while the ones we have do next to nothing as it is, but the times are changing while he’s sat on his duff and didn’t take a docket like chief judges in other circuits and do what you may ask with his time: make lame and inexcusable excuses for drunk and drugged up Broward judges as the Broward Judiciary remains the laughingstock of the state.
    The likes of Weinstein and his cronies will most likely become the subject of closer scrutiny now. All I can say is it’s about time this Judicial Cesspool in Broward and it’s affirmative action tendencies that look and sound as hollow as they have proven to be get the shaft just like that dishonest and untrustworthy Hillary did last night.

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    What are all the schlepy judges that don’t come into work going to do now ? Lol. Go ask Alice when she’s ten feet tall !
    It’s back to the swine factory for Aturd with feed in short supply and sheckles even shorter.
    It’s the blue eyed devil he has to answer to now…

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    Thank goodness Barbara Duffy won. She’s one circuit judge who’s not afraid of work and tells it like it is. She’s the only one who slapped that loser Destry in the face with the truth of his jarheaded Broward Judge jargon and made it stick.

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