Well, Mario “The Mangler” Apuzzo, Esq’s Birther lawsuit has just been denied certification by the New Jersey Supreme Court. (See notes below for link.) By my calculation, he is not presently involved in any Birther lawsuit. Meantime, poor overworked Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. is running around like a chicken with her head cut off. She has major hearings coming up this month in Mississippi and Indiana, and as she explains, she hasn’t got time to breath.
On top of that she has ongoing Birther cases in Texas, California, and who knows where else. And today there is BREAKINF NEWS that she filed a new one somewhere, with all kinds of paperwork going on:
Sooo, does partnering up with Mario Apuzzo, Esq., who has all this spare time on his hands, make sense or what??? He is an Article II Constitutional Expert, while she has all the clients. She has way too much to do, and he way has too little. Instead of trying to keep busy writing 200 pages briefs, Apuzzo could spend his time doing something useful like writing pleadings for Taitz.
Plus, Mario could expose Orly to some other kinds of law, like defending DWI’s and divorces and automobile accident cases. And wouldn’t it be fun to watch Dr. Taitz bring her aggressive litigation style to something other than Birther cases??? If there are any professional problems forming a partnership because of Dr. Taitz’s California law license and issues of reciprocity, then maybe she could just become “Of Counsel” to Mr. Apuzzo.
In all sincerity, I think this would be a wonderful idea and I think the two of them should really give this suggestion some serious consideration.
Just trying to be helpful,
Note 1. The Image. This is a cel from DC Comic’s Superman series relating to the Bizarros. About whom Wiki says:
In the Bizarro world of “Htrae” (“Earth” spelled backwards), society is ruled by the Bizarro Code which states “Us do opposite of all Earthly things! Us hate beauty! Us love ugliness! Is big crime to make anything perfect on Bizarro World!” In one episode, for example, a salesman is doing a brisk trade selling Bizarro bonds: “Guaranteed to lose money for you”. Later, the mayor appoints Bizarro No. 1 to investigate a crime, “Because you are stupider than the entire Bizarro police force put together”. This is intended and taken as a great compliment.
The concept of “Bizarro World” is a fundamental element in “The Bizarro Jerry”, the 137th episode of American sitcom Seinfeld. In the episode, Elaine makes a new group of friends who represent inverted types of the normal Seinfeld gang. Jerry labels them a Bizarro world. These characters are kind, considerate, curious about the world around them, and good citizens. Though Elaine is initially attracted to their friendly ways, she is ultimately turned off by the formality and lack of simple camaraderie which she enjoys with her old, selfish, shortsighted group. A second reason for her leaving the Bizarro group is the fact that she is “normal” Elaine. Conceivably, her Bizarro version would be ladylike. If you look in the background of the Bizarro apartment you will see a Bizarro figure on a shelf, just as a Superman figure sits on a shelf in Jerry’s apartment. You can also see a unicycle hanging from the wall instead of a bicycle, and images of horses instead of cars.
This is a long article, and here is the link to the rest of it:
Note 2. The Image Easter Egg. Following Bizarro Rules of Logic, the normal Earth Counterparts of Oiram and Ylro would be the most competent lawyers on Planet Earth. Clearly, this is not the case. However, they had this little encounter with some purple spotted kryptonite, which as Wiki notes in its Kryptonite article, has some strange effects:
Purple Spotted Kryptonite: Mentioned in Streaky’s fictional story in the animated cartoon Krypto the Superdog. This phony kryptonite made Krypto chase his tail.
Obviously this constant tail chasing has caused problems for the Earth counterparts, who otherwise would have reached their full potential as attorneys.
Note 3. Links. here is a link to RC Radio’s Internet Article about the New Jersey Supreme Court turning its nose up at Apuzzo’s Reuest For Cert:
Here is the link to Orly Taitz’s BREAKINF NEWS: