Posts Tagged ‘LSAT’

Dear Lo Bosworth’s Twitter ghost writer…

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Casey Anthony was found not guilty!  Here’s what I’m assuming the jury was made up of: picture the dumbest kid you ever went to school with, then imagine him as an adult, then divide his IQ in half because he lives in Florida and subtract a few more because he wasn’t smart enough to get out of jury duty, then figure you’ve got 12 of that guy listening to fancy lawyers and their big words and their loopholes and their LSAT logic.  Yeah, sounds like our legal system is right on track!  My concern is this, if a maniac like Casey Anthony can be found innocent, then a person who is just as innocent as she is guilty, could be found guilty (damn, I would’ve aced the LSATs).  I’ve always had one of those faces that makes people say “you look just like someone I know”… that’s only a few steps away from an eye witness saying “you look just like the person I saw commit a homicide” and another hop skip and a jump away from my most significant TV credit being MSNBC’s Lockup: Extended Stay – Valley State Women’s Prison where I’m getting trashed on liquor I made in a toilet and giving myself a gang tattoo with a Bic and a bedspring.

PS. I wrote the fan mail to Lo Bosworth’s (from MTV’s The Hills, dad) twitter ghost writer because clearly she didn’t write this:

I mean, come on now.