PrincetonTiger

RIP Judge Wapner

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Yeah he was fun to watch! RIP. I like Judge Joe Brown - his saying is DOD = D.u.m.m.y Of Today haha.

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54 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Yeah he was fun to watch! RIP. I like Judge Joe Brown - his saying is DOD = D.u.m.m.y Of Today haha.

If you have DIRECTV there is a channel dedicated to court shows

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Classic... R.I.P.

 

Always think of Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man when I hear Wapner's name. 

 

Also R.I.P. Bill Paxton... Actor from "Alien", "Twister", and "Frailty" I think he was the guy in "Big Love" too. (I do sometimes get Paxton and Pullman mixed up.) 

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5 minutes ago, Carlos Danger said:

Classic... R.I.P.

 

Always think of Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man when I hear Wapner's name. 

 

Also R.I.P. Bill Paxton... Actor from "Alien", "Twister", and "Frailty" I think he was the guy in "Big Love" too. (I do sometimes get Paxton and Pullman mixed up.) 

CD did you see there is a thread on Paxton

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10 minutes ago, Carlos Danger said:

Classic... R.I.P.

 

Always think of Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man when I hear Wapner's name. 

 

Also R.I.P. Bill Paxton... Actor from "Alien", "Twister", and "Frailty" I think he was the guy in "Big Love" too. (I do sometimes get Paxton and Pullman mixed up.) 

Frailty was a pretty good movie IMO. It was wild.

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11 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

CD did you see there is a thread on Paxton

I did not... Thx for the heads up. 

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On February 26, 2017 at 4:33 PM, Carlos Danger said:

Always think of Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man when I hear Wapner's name. 

Yep, that and the infamous line from that flick "K-Mart sucks" as well. LOL! 

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