Judge caught playing solitaire

Anyone could be forgiven for wasting a bit of time on a sunny Friday afternoon when the World Cup's about to start, and sinking to playing a bit of Solitaire on the PC hardly seems like that much of a sin - but obviously you wouldn't want to do it if you were, you know, trying an alleged mafia boss for murder.

Unless you were federal judge Shira Scheindlin, anyway - who this week caught some flack from the founder of civilian anti-crime group the Guardian Angels, Curtis Silwa, for doing just that, during the trial of John A. (Junior) Gotti no less.

Silwa alleges that Scheindlin, a Manhattan Federal Court Judge, was playing Solitaire on the PC while he was busy testifying against Gotti in racketeering trials. He didn't bother pointing it out at the time, but did recently after Scheindlin made things difficult for he government trying to prosecute Gotti for his role in orchestrating a 1992 shooting that nearly killed Silwa.

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FreeckyCake6d ago (Edited 6d ago )

They already made a couple of " The Mummy " games, and honestly, they all sucked big time. The Last one I've played was the game iteration of Tom of the Dragon Emperor, and that was disappointing.

Dredd has been made into ... I think 4 games? the last one I played was Judge Dredd vs Death. It was based on the comics, and it ended in a cliffhanger. If only a sequel were to be made...

Edit: Still a great topic, though!

I think the closest you can have to Kill Bill is No More Heroes 1. The vibes, the coolness, the gore and everything just screams Kill Bill! Kill Bill! Kill BIll!!!! haha


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