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BOTD 12-01-11 Judge Brangwyn Boils Over - An Emlyn Morgan Production

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Judge Brangwyn Boils Over
An Emlyn Morgan Production

Young Harry had volunteered to help his father, the janitor of Loamwold Junior School, somewhere in deepest rural England, to put up the children's pictures for a weekend public exhibition in the local court house.

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Come the Monday morning, crusty old Judge Brangwyn was looking forward to a day presiding over the Loamwold Assizes. There were the usual bucolic crimes: scrumping apples, singing in the tavern, poaching from the river, cutting firewood from Lord Morgan's copse. Brangwyn had marked the list with the longest jail sentences possible for each crime, regretting his clerk's reminder that the defendants had to be found guilty first.

Judge Brangwyn's Courtroom, as it should be
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The Shocking View from the behind the bench!
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Entering his court room Brangwyn was shocked to see that it was still decked out with school-children's drawings. Harry's father had asked him to take all the drawings down at the end of the exhibition, but the boy had not been told precisely when. Common sense would have told him to clear the place before court was held on the Monday.

Harry was told to take the pictures Down!
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Furthermore, Judge Brangwyn nearly had apoplexy when he saw that drawing pins had been used to fix the pictures to the medieval oak panels. Vandalism!! Harry could have used plastic clips.

Drawing Pins! The Evidence!
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The clerk of the court has to remind the judge he can no longer have Harry birched, so Judge Brangwyn sends a letter to the boy's father requesting him to leather Harry at home.


Birch no longer Used
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What would you do if you were Dad?


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Kat

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I'd tell Judge Brangwyn something that I'd hope would result in his death from apoplexy. Harry is a very spankable boy, though, so it's stingoors for him.

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David M. Katz

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His honor needs to have a nice cider and calm down. Perhaps he can hear a day of divorce cases to lighten his mind?

Harry acted like a typical boy and was only helping. He just failed to use common sense in attaching the drawings and in timely removal.

I am sure he can go to work with Dad again and correct the problem and I am sure Dad can show him how to repair the pin holes so they are not noticed.

Sorry, your honor (or is it your Grace?)no whacking for Harry. affraid


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I'd give Harry a plastic clip round the ear. Then I'd hurry off to Judge Brangwyn with a letter of apology, explaining that it was really all my fault and offering to take any punishment the judge cared to offer, with my eye firmly on the birch. I had deliberately spelled or spelt 'apologise' with a z, and had referred to the drawing pins as thumb tacks, knowing that this would make the judge even angrier.

Then I'd go home and tell Harry that the judge had greeted me warmly and was all smiles by the time I left.

Stone Man

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I've not read a thing on the situation.

Just hug the poor boy and thank your lucky stars you can.

David M. Katz

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Stone Man wrote:
Just hug the poor boy and thank your lucky stars you can.

What a precious reminder!


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CHRIS

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" Well good morning judge, how are you today?

I been in trouble , but don't put me away.

I left some pictures out for you to see.

I hope you soften up and let me be?"

(Apologies to 10cc)

Aww c'mon?

What century are we living in? LOL! Very Happy

Judge Blondman should be grateful it is only nice pictures and not graffiti all over his
cute little courtroom!

The kid should have been properly supervised, if ructions with this crusty old git wanted
to be avoided.

Don't blame the boy.

His intentions were obviously good.

He should not be punished for trying to do the right thing.

Old Judge Broomwing needs putting out to pasture!

Silly old sod!

Unfortunately, ga-ga old rabbits like this bloke still inhabit hutches on many magistrate's
benches, more's the pity! rabbit

MemoryMan

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I will appeal to Lord Morgan (who is a strong traditionalist and whose kind patronage made the exhibition possible) and point out that since Judge Brangwyn had had a Manx birch prepared in deepest rural England it clearly demonstrates that he is getting 'past it' and should be retired forthwith.

...........but again Harry HAS disobeyed MY instructions to clear up and it seems such a pity to waste a perfectly good birch ........ Hmm? Twisted Evil

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ivor

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I do like the Puskin solution (shouldn't the birch be soaking in its own solution though rather than lying on the table?) but young Harry doesn't look that sorrowful over what he has both done and failed to do. On that basis I feel he does need something that will have him standing on his pedals for a short while.

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squarecutter

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I will add my voice to pleas or mercy for young Harry. He really did not get a lot of guidance. With Judge Brangwen about though I fear for the young man

Jack

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I think this is the fault of the people who approved the display in the courthouse without setting up proper guidelines. While I'll take some fault for not being more specific, I don't think young Harry should be expected to take any at all (unless he was told and didn't do it, in which case I might invite the judge to come over and bring his birch).

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Emlyn Morgan

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I may be in trouble with Pushkin. After great wrangling with my conscience, I made some concessions to American English: janitor and court-house are not words we like to use over here. However I held on to my drawing pins. There are limits. Smile

Thank you all for the replies.

Skater

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I'm letting the boy off with a hug too!


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Emlyn Morgan

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In Judge Brangwyn's first case this morning the defendant, Mr Bear, is accused of holding an unauthorised picnic in the woods with his family.  I suspect young Harry is behind this entry in the case list! 

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pushkin

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Yes, and I believe the Health and Hygiene authorities are also keen to prosecute Mr. Bear over something else that occurred during that picnic in the woods.


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David M. Katz

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Mr. Bear is released being that the evidence is only circumstantial. I do realize Judge Brangwyn had already sentenced Mr. Bear to be drawn and quartered in the public square (prior to trial) but the sentence would just be overturned on appeal thus embarrassing The Crown. jocolor 

As far as young Harry: is that birch still laying around somewhere? Shocked Twisted Evil 


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Both Harry and the bear shall be set free!

Enjoy your picnic, gents!

As someone else pointed out, it is too bad that many of the Brangwyn type inhabit our judiciary for real!No 

Jack

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Emlyn Morgan wrote:In Judge Brangwyn's first case this morning the defendant, Mr Bear, is accused of holding an unauthorised picnic in the woods with his family. I suspect young Harry is behind this entry in the case list!

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"But I have no idea how the entry for Mr. Bear got into his honor's case list, Dad."

"Then how did you know he was listed as Mr. Bear?"

"Since the accused stands silent, the father has no option but to invoke some noise. And interestingly enough, Harry, you'll also be Mr. Bare."

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LLALVA

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Cute Bear!
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Ditto Katz

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Emlyn Morgan

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It seems young Harry has installed Mr Edward Bear on the bench. Judge Brangwyn has sent for the birch.

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David M. Katz

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Finally!!

Someone with brains and a sense of fair justice is sitting on this bench!

Very Happy


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ivor

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Not so sure Dave - even looking stuffed up he can barely see over it. Smile 

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Emlyn Morgan

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Barely see over?  Smile

David M. Katz

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This is getting to be more than I can bear. jocolor 


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