As I continue to be too busy to post, I do note that you are being good boys and girls. You may have a piece of candy now.
I surely must be covering this story for spite, I guess. Why else would I write about such an unimportant thing as a psycho who butchered a guy? Because nothing and everything is important, depending on what you think is important or how important you think you are.
Personally, I find knowing that it is still possible to remove psychos from the gene pool is pretty important. For awhile there, I wasn’t sure our system of justice was capable of doing anything other than coddling crazy and/or evil killers, rapists, child molesters and terrorists–and spitting on their victims. Glimmer of hope here. But hey, that’s just me. Glimmers of hope with respect to justice are not very popular these days. Perpetual bitterness and an ongoing sense of hopelessness and despair are far more popular.
To put an even finer point on the ‘non’ importance of the Jodi Arias case as opposed to, say, Darryl Issa’s latest Kabuki dance, this POS known as Jodi Arias set back justice for REAL abused women with her bullshit. While that may not be very significant to the more Important living things, it has great significance to women who get the crap beaten out of them and have a rough enough time being taken seriously before they are dead–without this psycho Jodi Arias, who only lies when she opens her mouth, making matters worse for women who are truly endangered by domestic abuse. I happen to think that’s important to women and to men who actually do care about the well-being of women beyond Just Words. Not to mention the significance of this case to men. But hey, that’s just me.
Anyways, tomorrow, the prosecution gets to show whether or not the method of the 1st degree premeditated murder Jodi Arias is guilty of was cruel and inhumane.
…..29 stab wounds.
…..3 inch deep throat cut==ear to ear.
…..Bullet to head.
Nah….that couldn’t be cruel and inhumane.
Here’s the verdict.