Friday, June 19, 2015

Spousal Pre-argument

Unlike the justice system pre-argument, where litigants can start a legal argument before the judge hears the case arguments and deliberates, a spousal pre-argument happens without you in the room where your spouse assumes what responses you will give and judges your "imaginary" arguments merit and finds you guilty in advance.

You get convicted based on your previous belief system. For efficiency, you don't have to be present nor can you moderate how drastic your position is.

There are no appeals in a spousal pre-argument.