Pitt Portrays Himself as Clarence Darrow of Traffic Tickets
Victory is ours, victory is ours, great day in the morning, victory is ours!
[The Trust Fund legal "genius" who never succeeded beyond the Gofer Intern stage in his family law firm basks in his great legal "victory."]
Last October, my wife got a $200 ticket for failing to get out of an ambulance's way (in a traffic jam, next to a construction site). We argued it, I wrote my wife's argument script, and we went to court this morning AND WON.
["Your Honor, I am putting the SYSTEM on trial here!"]
F*ck you, Massachusetts, and f*ck you, assbag detail cop who gave out that bullshit ticket. My wife kicked ALL YOUR ASSES today. Victory is ours! Bring us the finest muffins in the land
[Does anybody doubt that with that attitude that Pitt almost always gets into the traffic cops faces? Most of the time that he would probably only get a warning by remaining calm and polite but he probably almost always guarantees himself a traffic ticket with that crappy attitude. The attitude of a complete SHMUCK.]
Oh no, Will is going to be unbearable today. He want us to bring him the finest muffins and bagels in all the land...
[Let us allow the Trust Fund Gofer in his family law firm to bask in his idea of a great legal victory.]
Good catch. I am a plagiarist, after all.
[As Michael Moore and Douglas Adams from the grave now well know since Pitt recently STOLE the latter's quote.]
Well done, Will! Did the pr*ck show up? Hope so.
[SHEESH! What a JERK. When you go to trial the LAST thing you want is for the cop to show up. I got off a few tickets simply because the cop didn't show up as I HOPED.]
Justice feels good, doesn't it? I beat a ticket several years ago--cop said I (and another driver) ran a red light, but it was QUITE green--not even yellow. I remember the DA offering me plea deals to free up the docket. I refused both offers. He asked why and I looked him in the eye and said "Because I didn't do it." He couldn't wrap his mind around that for some reason. Now, it may have helped that I was hugely pregnant when I took the stand, but I don't care. :evilgrin: (Nah, the judge had his quite logical reason--the cop was perpendicular at the intersection and couldn't have seen the status of the light in my direction.)
[Yeah, that sure ranked right up there with the Sacco and Vanzetti of trials.]
Justice prevails! You taught that dumb assbag cop and bullshit ticket a real lesson here.
[Pitt taught that if you have warm blood flowing through your veins and bother to show up at a traffic hearing, you almost inevitably get off even if you have an incredibly crappy attitude such as what Pitt displayed.]