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For those who are unaware of Tone Loc’s greatness: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tone_L%C5%8Dc
dis MEWlarius! lol LOl !
u git fiyve pawz ND a loLo loL LOl mew from dis kittee ! !
He could probably do well helping rival parties solve their disputes. I hear he’s a funky cold medinator
BeakerBoy wins… That should be the next courtoon if Tone Loc becomes a recurring character.
Hmmm… If we keep up this rap theme, I have a suggestion: something about Jay-Z preserving 99 issues (problems) for appeal, but there was one he left out… what could it be?
This one is good, David! Keep up the good work.
My Criminal Procedure prof played Jay-Z’s 99 Problems video in class as a classic crim-pro issue spotter
I heard that after his argument, Tone Loc was held in contempt when he asked the judge to do the wild thing….
I always wondered if Judge Batchelder found Medina funky and cold.
This is perfectly P.C.
For once… no racism…
I don’t know who posted the above under my moniker.
The above imposter, as well as this cartoon, is totally RACIST.
We just had our civ pro final at Wash U in Dean Syverud’s class. Thank goodness this wasn’t on the test.
How about a 50-Cent bankruptcy liquidation where he is n/k/a 2-Cent.
The second BIGINSURANCELAW is the true impostor. I am the real BIGINSURANCELAW and I don’t find this courttoon to be racist at all.
Give it a rest. It’s hysterically funny – and for what it’s worth, reminded me of a great Funky Cold Medina rendition at a company party by my (very) white-bread husband and my very cool black boss.
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