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Paula Jones doesn’t bare enough for the Mandingo Warriors – David Joyner, a Texas prisoner serving time for robbery and assault, sued Penthouse Magazine because their December pictorial of Paula Jones was not revealing enough. He claimed that it caused him to be “very mentally hurt and angered” and sought $500,000 in damages. In the lawsuit he identified himself as the Minister of Law of the Mandingo Warriors prison gang. Here’s the best part: U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks dismissed the lawsuit with a 12-line poem and a $250 fine for filing a frivolous legal motion. That’s right. A poem: “Twas the night before Christmas and all through the prison, inmates were planning their new porno mission. … The minute his Penthouse issue arrived, the Minister ripped it open to see what was inside. But what to his wondering eyes should appear — not Paula Jones’ promised privates, but only her rear. Life has its disappointments. Some come out of the blue but that doesn’t mean a prisoner should sue.” I think I like this judge.

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