Professionally Speaking

December 29, 2015 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Speaking as hair professional, I’d just like to observe that Donald Trump now has a rival in the Worst Hairdo Covering Something Up category.


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And I will be disappointed if Enrique Peña Nieto doesn’t call Donald Trump and strongly request that he keep his criminals in his own damn country.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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31 Comments to “Professionally Speaking”

  1. Let’s hope that spending a few days in a Mexican jail will teach little Mr. Affluenza a lesson.

  2. I hope little rich boy’s affluenza lead’s to a good case of Montezuma’s revenge.

  3. So the family is rich but they only made it to Mexico?

    Apparently affluenza makes whole families stupid.

  4. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Welcome to the version of capitalism in which you might capitalize on that 10 year “suspended” sentence, Ethan.

    Maybe the mommy who created this special snowflake will earn a few years for aiding and abetting his latest act of st00pid. Too bad she won’t receive a year for each of the 18 years she spent creating her special snowflake.

  5. Lorraine in Spring says:

    The little pickle is coming back to Texas soon. Just in time for open carry. Will someone please check to see if these two own any guns?

  6. JAKvirginia says:

    Ethan Crouch, huh? White, rich kid, huh? Well… he looks a little Messican to me, no? Just trying to blend in I suppose. Huh…

    [I will not say more or Mama will wash my mouth after tanning my hide.]

  7. Another case of karma biting somebody’s in the seat! It couldn’t happen to a better candidate. Oh, wait! I must thought of someone else!

  8. Rich white kid’s lawyer got the judge to swallow his caca. If he were black he’d be dead or would never see the light of day again. Small loss if that happens to him.

  9. I’m all for American law, due process, etc etc but it is my most heartfelt hope that the Tarrant Co DA’s office convinces the new presiding judge of the 96th District court to put this socio/psycho-path so far into a Texas prison that sunshine will only come to him by mail.

  10. Hey, I just got a haircut today at my neighborhood Fantastic Sam’s, where senior citizens (moi) get haircuts for $12 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. I must say that Talieda did a wonderful job and found a $2 discount for me! That ugly-mugged kid ought to look her up. She’d do a better job. Being a hard-working mom, she’d raise that petulant little fart better too, teach him some manners!

  11. Cheryl Ann says:

    Looks like he found some good weed in Mexico!

  12. Marcia in CO says:

    Looks like Mama tried a little Grecian Formula on the wayward brat … didn’t work, huh?!?

    I hope the brat and the uterus that carried this useless embryo end up spending time apart in prison … money can’t cure their total stupidity!!

  13. fran seyer says:

    lovely thing

  14. So mama didn’t bother to teach him the consequences of his actions afore he killed 4 people and she continues to help him escape even the minor inconveniences of his parole. Mama could use some lessons herownself, in a women’s prison.

  15. A nasty person inside and out.

  16. Yes, to maryelle and others, it goes without saying that the Crouchs need an audience with the US Attorney in FtW, John R. Parker. While it is almost passé, to the best of my knowledge, Interstate Flight is still unlawful. Hopefully US Attorney will act decisively against what is clearly a family conspiracy to protect their murdering off-spring.

  17. “Send lawyers guns and money/Mom get me out of this”
    – Warren Zevon

  18. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Where’s A-Butt and Skippy’s sperm donor?

    Better yet, where’s Alfredo? Follow the money before Daddy gives Gov the proper “donation” to insure little Skippy’s freedom. (again)

  19. @George
    Great quote! Makes me want to go put on a gray CK t-shirt. From my stash. Shhhhh

  20. Great story in D Magazine about the family. Backwoods East Texas rednecks with a lot of money. About 27 years of education total among the mom, dad and Ethan.

  21. e platypus onion says:

    Save a few kind words for the judge that sentenced this – ? – to probation instead of life in prison where he should have been all along. Next thing his lawyer will claim he did not violate probation because he didn’t know any better.

  22. e platypus onion says:

    Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson said that at the hearing she plans to ask a judge to transfer Ethan Couch’s case to adult court. Couch would then face up to 120 days in an adult jail, followed by 10-year probation. If he violates probation, he could face up to 10 years in prison per death, Wilson said.

    If the judge declines to transfer Couch to adult court, Wilson will ask that his probation be revoked, in which case he could be held in a juvenile facility until his sentence expires when he turns 19 next April.

    This little shit is only looking at 4 months in jail for fleeing the US? Something is seriously wrong in our so called justice system.

  23. @EPO

    It’s really hard to pass on the bone ya threw. But I’ll try.

    The Judge utterly failed. Glad she retired. Hope she has nightmares about this case for years. At least until a few years after the families don’t any longer.

    My personal preference is for Dick Miller to be drawn and quartered. Slowly. Loss of his license to practice in any of the pleasant states would prolly suffice.

    I hope Sharen Wilson’s office gets a fresh shot at this case. I love her work from afar. Not enough to move to Tarrant Co but love nonetheless.

    I wish that the current sitting 96th Judge would recuse and give this cause to another District, maybe in Harris or Bexar counties. Far enough away that Ethan can get a fair new trial. I hope the affluenza bullcrap is introduced by the prosecution. And destroyed in direct.

    This case has riled me for years.

  24. JAKvirginia says:

    epo: What gets me about this and similar cases is this presumption that moneyed eguals principled. Excuse me but I’ve known some well-off people you couldn’t trust to walk your dog around the block. Did it ever occur to that judge that their lack of any morals is what got them wealthy? I’ve always thought that educated/wealthy people should be more law abiding because they can afford it. Guess I have what could be called a quaint way of looking at things.

  25. This family…… none of whom believes that rules, and law, apply to them….. would all do well …. in GOP politics in Texas.

  26. They got caught because Mommy Crouch used her cell phone to call for a pizza delivery.

  27. I would name them dumb and dumber, but that title is already taken. i.e. Trump, et. al.

  28. Lunargent says:

    I do have just a twinge of sympathy for the kid. His parents have never shown a particle of knowledge about how to bring up a child in a way that could produce a functional human.

    Also, looking at his photo, it’s hard to believe that he’s only 18. I’m willing to bet that he’ll never make it to 25 – maybe not even to 21. Whether it’s drugs, or stupid stunts, or just a subconscious awareness of his own pointlessness, there’s a bleakness in his face that doesn’t bode well. I believe in redemption, but there might not be much there to redeem. Ethan’s not evil, I feel; he’s just devoid of any real interest in anything, other than possibly getting high. Probably due in part by consuming so much alcohol and drugs at such a young age that it probably affected his mental development.

  29. Vinegaroon says:

    Thank you for illustrating just a few of the many reasons that I am an expatriate native of the “third world state of texas.”

  30. Vinegaroon says:

    Here is an article from the Dallas Morning News about juveniles in the texas legal system:

    And here is and excerpt from that article:

    On any given day, more than 2,100 Texas inmates like Walker are serving time in adult prison for crimes they committed between the ages of 10 and 16, according to a Dallas Morning News analysis. If Texas counted 17-year-olds as minors, like most states do, that number would grow to nearly 8,000.

    It is obvious that texas has the best legal system that money can buy. Unfortunately that is just as true around the world.