source: Pincus' MSJ email exhibit: BAJARDI_00037084.htm
As you've heard by now, the trial of Count SLAPPula has been postponed until mid-summer.
GA is not sure why, unless SLAPPula prefers bad news breaking when folks are paying less attention.
But you know, lies ferment in the heat and can really stink up a courtroom. Better to have put this dud out of its misery now; the laughter would have died by August.
Instead, the midsummer production of Count SLAPPula Rises will show in a Jersey City courtroom, to the delight of horror fans.
What's the plot?
Count SLAPPula is expected to describe how "offended" and "alarmed" she was that a Horse served her a trial subpoena. Count SLAPPula may even re-enact how the Horse came charging at her, shooting lightening bolts from his red-rimmed eyes, snorting fire from his flaring nostrils. She may bare her chest to show the outline of a horse shoe where she was "forcefully smacked" with the "court documents" which offended her. She may say the Horse had wings and flew like Pegasus with the subpoena which alarmed her, that the envelope was shooting death rays or was it covered with thorns?
This might be what you call a "summer-proof" event. In other words, stock up your popcorn and let the herjury begin!