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This poll ended up even more lop-sided than we expected!

Give me a moment...

-MtSG
Long-time listeners know our normal Twitter convention is for me to sign my tweets "MtSG" (Mike the Sound Guy) since normally I'm not on Twitter because this place is usually a dumpster fire hellsite

However...
Unknown to the listenership, I have been pursuing my JD from the Twitter University School of Law. And I've been reliably informed that it has the equivalent of a 3L practice rule?

And for 3L-practice-rule tweets, apparently signing every one "-MtSG" would be weird
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Probably. They're so bad at it it's hard to tell though tbh

It's weird, because @ljmontello's affidavit mentions the 2004 (Paragraph 6), 2007 (Paragraphs 7-8), and 2009 (Paragraph 9) conventions

She never claimed to be at Tekko 2010. Why are you lying?

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("Ex parte" is Latin for "from." An ex parte communication is one coming from only one party, not providing any notice to the other party. Basically the opposite of a letter copied to opposing counsel, filed publicly, and served via the electronic filing system.)
It is quite literally impossible to overstate how fantastically dumb Ty Beard's "ex parte" characterization is

To any minimally competent attorney, it screams "this guy doesn't know what he's doing"
JESUS AND PERCY INCLUDED A VERIFICATION, BUT DIDN'T TAKE OUT HIS LIE THAT HE JUST SWORE TO BE TRUE ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ
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The motion is weak and the basis is LOLable, but my suspicion is that the judge will grant it (though likely for less than 3 weeks)

Defendants will argue the burden is on Plaintiff to show good cause (the motion doesn't do that), plus ongoing harassment

Positive for the Defendants. He gives their attorneys lots of usable material

A good rule of thumb as y'all see an assortment of "bUt ThEy LiEd UnDeR oAtH" tweets from conVics is that they're typically projecting โ€“ accusing others of the things they themselves or R.Broly have done

Consider these excerpt from the R.Broly deposition...

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Kinda feel like Mississippi politicians should work on their opioid addiction, teen pregnancy, heart disease, mass incarceration, and other problems before passing unconstitutional laws that violate both the First Amendment and the Dormant Commerce Clause... ๐Ÿค”
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Texas's anti-SLAPP statute requires the judge to enter an order for the loser to pay the winner's attorney fees. It's not optional.

TCPA ยง27.009(a)

Twitter says you've @'d me 78 times since 6/11, with 20+ of them in just the past few hours

This seems like a pot-kettle moment for you

Definitely a reasonable assumption. Given Screech's perpetual word vomit on YouTube, there are likely some things he'll authenticate that would help on the merits of the TCPA motion too

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More or less sad AF than wearing a mask over facepaint in public?

Basically. Except using 13+ warriors at the same time to do it instead of just one ๐Ÿ˜‚

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dEsPeRaTe FoR aTtEnTiOn If YoU fIsHiNg FoR mY tWeEtS
They know. They just think it's a sick burn, like the "clout-chasing" line

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Sure! Make sure to also include the video where Percy explains why he's giving discovery to a non-party to share publicly ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Also: if you picked "Screech and Percy are only in this for the grift money" in the betting pool, please see the cashier to collect your LOLbux
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I mean really ๐Ÿ˜‚
Got a thread on it that ends here:

There are some additional nuances by state, but that should get him mostly up-to-speed

Basically, yes. It's not an affirmative defense but it will be an argument they make in their briefs, based on the evidence that comes out during discovery or affidavits that get filed

That language is more signaling than legal effect though

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This was already addressed mid-thread. You do realize filing lawsuits costs money to the court, yes?

Not getting paid != going into the hole paying the court costs

The goat's still waiting...

There are a few options. Provide evidence he wasn't there or X wasn't there, or depose X and challenge X's credibility (history of lying, etc), or provide evidence X is lying (emails, texts, etc), or get on the stand to say "that's false" and pray

They're too dim to realize ppl find out about the GFMs *because* they were shared on Twitter

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Earlier today I learned about this #StandWithVic hashtag and the total gibberish sent by his lawyers as part of a LOLsuit

Reminder to check out the defamation basics #Law140 on why this is going to end poorly for him
You seem to have missed the thread explaining the law

Not entirely surprised literacy is not your strong suit though

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So what I'm hearing is scientists need to get cracking on figuring the whole self-sustaining fusion thing out

Sounds pretty much exactly like something the federal government would do

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JTDC, Ben was serious...

usatoday.com/documents/5973โ€ฆ
Nope, it's oversight-related. And the Supreme Court has repeatedly held that Congress has plenary investigative authority over anything that is *or might be* the subject of legislation *or oversight*

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Do they play with super-heavy cards or something?? ๐Ÿง
I definitely envision @KahranAtLaw being at one of these games and spilling the tea afterward
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Dear @JoeBrunoWSOC9 / @NickOchsnerWBTV / @EmilyWECT: has the NCSBE chairman continued releasing ppl from their subpoenas before they testify? Specifically Harris today?
NC has a strong prohibition against use of compelled testimony in an administrative proceeding against someone in a criminal proceeding

And certainly seems to me like Harris has confessed to some crimes today

I'm wondering if that testimony will be usable
Awesome, *thank you* for the updates!

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Damn right it is. It's a classic tactic in civil lit, pisses off everybody, and would get me held in contempt if I tried it

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Right! *If this story is true,* he's compounding the problem -- "I know I was in a racist photo, I just don't think it was *this* racist photo"

Exactly. Blackface Ralph should've thought this through

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