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Tuesday, July 17, 2012



This is for you Debbie of Staten Island
This may not be a politically correct thought, but I believe it has some validity, so I will express it.

We are currently suffering through a tough economy.  Cities and even states are suffering a monetary crunch.  Taxes have reached the point of diminishing return.  Raising taxes in this economy results in a decrease of revenue.  If you can’t make ends by raising taxes then states and municipalities need to reduce expenses.

One way which I believe we could cut costs is in the area of the courts.  It is a very expensive process judging and trying defendants for their criminal behavior.  Prosecutors are expensive, defense lawyers are expensive, judges, courts, and juries are all very expensive. 

Many defendants can be judged as guilty instantly by their “CRAZY EYES.” If a defendant has crazy eyes...Guilty.  No trial, no expense.  Next case.

Please…don’t get all uppity you know crazy eyes.  Remember “The Runaway Bride?” 

Jennifer Wilbanks, an American woman who ran away from home on April 26, 2005, in order to avoid her wedding with John Mason, her fiance, on April 30. Her disappearance from Duluth, Georgia, sparked a nationwide search and intensive media coverage, including some media speculation that Mason had killed her. On April 29, Wilbanks called Mason from Albuquerquem New Mexico, and falsely claimed that she had been kidnapped and sexually assaulted by a Hispanic male and a white woman.
One look at those Crazy Eyes and you just knew GUILTY.

How much money did it cost to convict Charles Manson?  Do you even remember his eyes?


Here are some others, what do you think?

Sirhan Sirhan – Murdered Bobby Kennedy in 1968

Crazy Eyes=Guilty!

Jared Lee Loughner - charged with the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, on January 8, 2011, that killed six people, including Chief U.S. District Court Judge John Roll.  Guilty?
You make the call.

Marshall Applewhite - Led 39 members of Heaven’s Gate cult to their death in 1997. 

He was guilty…he had Crazy Eyes!

Ted Bundy – Killed 30 people between 1974 and 1978.  He was said to be very charming.  He was almost hypnotic with his…you got it


Osama Bin Laden


George Zimmerman is about to go to trial for second degree murder of Travon Martin.  I don’t want to influence a jury, but this trial will cost millions of dollars.
  George’s eyes?  Crazy?

OK, I know the eye thing is not foolproof.  There are exceptions.  Comedian Marty Feldman would have been convicted without a trial of almost anything.
  Oops! Guilty of being funny 

Well our system today makes errors 

 At least my system would save money.


  1. I agree!

    Note to self: never make eye contact with anyone. And saying "cheese" can get you 3 to 5 in the big house.

  2. I have a problem with astigmatism; can I expect a private cell?

  3. Does it matter what color the eyes are? Are brown eyes guiltier than, say, green eyes? What about if you're cross-eyed? These are all legitimate questions not addressed in this post!

  4. Astrid - I don't know how to discribe Crazy Eyes, but I know them when I see them.

  5. that is exact;y why the jury gets to see the they can judge his or her crazy eyes.

  6. Tested this theory with the NY Post, NY News and SI Advance.
    You are right.

  7. I think the crazy eyes generally need to be in conjunction with a weird-ass smile. The two together seem infallible.

  8. All serial killers have had crazy eyes Bundy was just one of many. Creepy how accurate....

  9. Oh, are so brilliant I want you to run for President in 2016......till then, keep blogging.... and could we influence you to become a Vigilante until then?

  10. From this point forward I will abandon my policy of making crazy faces on could land me in jail....

    Yet another great post Cranky.

    Lou :-)