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LSU Law School & Loyola Law New Orleans

Postby LSU Lawless » Tue Dec 12, 2006 8:20 am

If you are considering applying to either LSU Law School or Loyola Law School New Orleans you really ought to read my blog. It is a lengthy document. However, it all happened. http://www.judicialmalfeasance.blogspot.com

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doug_7506
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Re: LSU Law School & Loyola Law New Orleans

Postby doug_7506 » Sat Oct 24, 2009 7:37 pm

i know this is old but do you still have that document?

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Re: LSU Law School & Loyola Law New Orleans

Postby NeverlandRancher » Sun Oct 25, 2009 1:37 am

Dude I wasted 3 hours of my life reading that. Don't even bother. His "document" should be required reading in all psych classes as it gives an introspective look into the mind of a textbook paranoid schizophrenic. I'm not exaggerating in the least. I couldn't stop reading just because it was so batshit insane. He claimed that Loyola and LSU had some kind of initiation process in which you had to fuck another student or get kicked out. It got even better than that. Here are some selected passages from Ernest Menard's 100 page shitshow:


"The word "scabrous" was particularly apropos for Ms. McDaniel at this time in her life. As with many people, she had a severe outbreak of acne, and more unfortunately, during the first few weeks of law school. These acne craters were confined to the sides of her eyes, and she caked make-up into the craters to disguise them. [Many people do this, and most people, including me, are never so impolite as to comment on it.] At the time I did not know what this was as I had never seen acne like this. At the time I did think it was some kind of a disease, like herpes or something."

"Ms. Allgood returned from the restroom. As she passed by me, she swung a white piece of cotton on a string under my nose. I think it was a tampon. We entered her office. There were two padded wood frame chairs, about a foot apart, placed against the wall opposite her desk, less than three feet away. [She had a small office.] Ms. Allgood took the chair farthest from the door and sat, tucking her legs under her. I sat upright. We started discussing my assignment. Ms. Allgood leaned over closer to me and stated the words: sex, sex, sex."

"I exited the doors of the old law school and sat on the concrete wall. I laid back to catch a snooze before my next class. After a few minutes Ms. McDaniel exited the doors and came and sat on the wall beside me, a couple of feet away and closer to the landing. I do not believe that I even greeted her. She laid back and put her book sack over her face so that it covered most of her face except for her mouth. She stated: 'I would like to lay naked under a window air conditioner wearing pink fuzzy slippers while Arnold Scharwznegger, Chuck Norris and {maybe Mel Gibson} feed me grapes.'"

"The first class of this day was contracts. I sat in the uppermost row, away from the podium, slightly to the left of the podium as viewed from the podium. During this class, Mr. Bowers, whom Ms. McDaniel has admitted going to with some complaint about me, stood in front of his podium, slightly crouched like an umpire, swung his hands crisscross in front of him at about waist level and exclaimed, "You're a scumbag, you surf porno on the net and everybody in the section knows it."

"You will read about John J. Costonis, the chancellor of LSU Law, who did, and I have a document indicating so given to me by a police officer, give my name, for reasons unknown and unknowable to me, to a representative of a task force investigating a series of murders in the Baton Rouge area"

"I returned to my seat. The guy to my left asked me whether he had to worry that I would come to school with a gun. I responded no, but if I came to school with a hammer strapped on, watch out."

"After a while the symptoms became worse. I spoke to professor John Church at the end of one class session. I described to him the sensation I was feeling, it was as if a wad of steel wool had been applied to the base of my brain and an electric current applied that was causing an arcing in the steel wool. Another description of the sensation, and at the time I thought of it this way also, was as if a very dark storm cloud had risen directly under my brain and it was emitting lightning. These symptoms had me up in the middle of the night in my garage screaming out the Doors "Light my fire."

"She sat down next to me in a class, and she stunk. She smelled like beer and cigarettes and maybe feces. I got the message immediately; so I was friendly to her."

"[I have in mind doing a sculpture. Not that I have ever attempted other than a cast sculpture. I think I am going to represent Marlene Allgood and Victoria McDaniel standing side by side with fists raised. Somehow I will have to evoke the sense that this sculpture represents the fight of woman against male domination by whatever lying or deceitful means necessary. What occurred in Marlene Allgoods office was deceitful. Should I ever get the opportunity to question Marlene Allgood, and have her tell the truth, then I suppose I would have to eliminate her from the scuplture. However, the raised dias upon which this sculpture would rest, said dais being supported by robed females, reminiscent of females judges, holding a variety of sexual aids, would have to remain.]"


Here's the document but don't say I didn't warn you:
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Re: LSU Law School & Loyola Law New Orleans

Postby KansasSplitter » Sun Oct 25, 2009 12:47 pm

Reminds me of the character in "Confederacy of Dunces". Only crazier.

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Re: LSU Law School & Loyola Law New Orleans

Postby LSU Lawless » Sun Feb 07, 2010 12:28 pm

And the shitshow rolls on:

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp& ... fp=1&cad=b

You'll find a couple of related links within these search results for Judge Morvant of the 19th JDC, Baton Rouge.

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Re: LSU Law School & Loyola Law New Orleans

Postby Anonymous Loser » Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:05 pm

Ernest, you need help. Take the afternoon off, just set aside this obsession for a few hours and watch the Saints in the Superbowl. Then, on Monday, please consider talking with a mental health professional.




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