Dispute Resolution

Plaintiff: B, the man I adore, despite the fact that he runs me over while sledding
Defendant: Me

Defendant has been, obviously, unfairly accused of turning left immediately in front of Plaintiff and throwing an elbow into Plaintiff’s nose and mouth, causing pain and suffering, if not actual bleeding. Defendant maintains that she was sledding down a hill and was essentially tackled from behind by Plaintiff. Defendant claims that she had no control over the turn she made, as she was pushed by Plaintiff and that an elbow to the face was no less than he deserved.

You, members of the jury, are instructed to watch the following video of these events and draw your own conclusions. Please leave your opinion in the comments section, as Plaintiff and Defendant are not reaching resolution on their own in this case. Oh yeah, how should we punish him? Leave that too.

Dumbass. Him, not you.

Of course I mean that lovingly.


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  1. Nity
    December 22, 2008 at 5:12 pm #

    Obviously he ran into you forcing you to turn.The punishment:I don’t know

  2. Clark
    December 21, 2008 at 4:56 pm #

    I can’t believe you did that to my baby brother. It looked like he was just sliding down the hill minding his own business when you reversed direction and slid uphill right into the skipper! I regret I can’t serve on the jury as I am prejudiced through family ties. I’m loving this weather. Marilyn and I went sledding, but she broke her leg on a basketball hoop post. (p.s. I went back out by myself this morning…video on youtube.) Love Ya, Clark

  3. Anonymous
    December 20, 2008 at 4:41 pm #

    You are hilarious! I watched the video. It looks like both of you were guilty of having too much fun. I love the comment “Sideways is not good!”E

  4. thunderslug
    December 19, 2008 at 6:55 pm #

    Inasmuch as I have a *very* vivid memory of the Defendant winding up sideways at a kart track—Mistrial

  5. Bill K
    December 17, 2008 at 3:11 pm #

    He should know better than to sneak up behind a woman. LOLBill Kelleher

  6. Jamie
    December 17, 2008 at 10:58 am #

    Yes, Rob, Defendant’s attorney agrees that you may be dismissed from jury duty in this case. T and Cap’n G ~ YOU ROCK! Wahoo for Thing One who had the good sense to videotape the events. Otherwise I’d probably still be apologizing!

  7. rob
    December 17, 2008 at 9:24 am #

    Im not getting involved because of previous sledging impacts as I was knocked right off my feet and into the air while walking the dog near a sledge slope, by what I thought were two giggling teenagers on a sledge ( their hats and scarves hid their true identity) I of course, still in shock quickly gathered my wind and posture and exploded into a mixture of indignant and nervous admonishment of these “silly children” and “what do they think they were doing they could have hurt someone”? they looked suitably admonished looking at the ground and took off their scharves to reveal a married couple aged about between 70 and 75 years of age! We all collapsed in laughter both at my expression when I found out their true identity, and the way I was telling off a couple of Kids! so I aint getting involved as I got it wrong once! Have a great Holiday and a very happy new year! Court found “Knock for Knock” and case dismissed :o))

  8. bowiechick
    December 16, 2008 at 11:19 pm #

    OOOHH! A classic torpedo on the port beam. Ruling in favour of the Defendant. Cap’n Greig (and Tana too)