Have a Dispute Settled Over the Internet with Instant Jury
Well, this is kinda rad.
The website Instant Jury offers the regular working man (like you!) the ability to settle your pesky domestic disputes without actually having to file the mountains and mountains of legal documents, wait 6-8 weeks to be seen by a legitimate arbiter, and having your decision made in the extremely corrupt — at least, according to every law movie I’ve ever seen — world of The Law! Instead, you can have your disputes settled by OTHER PEOPLE ON THE INTERNET! Now that’s what I can a jury of your peers!
Let’s take ourselves a gander at one of the cases currently in session to get a feel for what kinds of cases they will be taking. Here’s the case summary:
Summary: My friend and I are having an argument about the bachelor party we are planning. I think we should not take the brides brother he thinks we should
Stakes: He stays or comes depending on who wins, and loser pays for two rounds of shots first night we are in Vegas.
Say no more, my Internet friends! (Even though you could read out the two arguments from the Plaintiff and Defendant.) Our vote is going for the bride’s brother, sure. If only because (a) we saw how awkward that person could be after watching Zach Galifianakis’ character in The Hangover; (b) it’s not my life, and I’m going to vote for whatever could lead to the largest disaster.
Hey, maybe having random people over the Internet decide the winner of an argument isn’t necessarily the smartest idea, now is it? It is, however, the most fun! Vote away, folks!
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.