Lessons I Learned at the Divorce court
1st - Be mature- Control emotions.
2nd - I am ultimately responsible for my actions, no others are.
3rd - Evaluate mistakes but do not be afraid of taking timely pro se action even if you make mistakes.
4th - Always assume that lawyers have the moral/ethical standards of greedy whores. I may be wrong but not so far. If after considerable intelligent discussion, analysis, & research, you disagree with your attorney, then you are probably right.
5th - Some Judges still fear God, so do demons, but I remain hopeful.
6th- If you are uneasy about something, look for the moral/ethical element.
7th- My experience is that Deviants and Greed are responsible for most Judicial Injustice and Egregious Wrongs.
8th- A person does not have to sexually assault horses and male babies to be a Deviant.
9th- 99% of the time one should be strategically walking forward or backward. 1% of the time, choose a direction and run like hell. (No adrenaline rushes, plan, plan, plan)
10th- Defense is a moral act. Storming the bastion of your oppressor is a defensive act.
11th-NEVER, NEVER argue with the court clerk. ( dot "I's", cross "T's) All arguments should occur in "Brief" or "Orals". (see *)
12th. In a free society armed resistance to uphold the Constitution is a right and duty. (see *)
*There are two ways to get into the Millennium Bar and Rescue Princess Leiah. 1st Shoot the Bouncer -2nd Show the Bouncer your I.D. Arguing with the bouncer is not a 3rd option-that's for losers. Shooting the bouncer means an armed assault on the Millennium Bar, else you "go to Court".