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Judge Kludge

<p>You might think that being a judge would be a satisfying job. And for years, the Honorable Judge Kludge would&rsquo;ve agreed with you. He took enormous delight in his gavel pounding ability every time he dispensed justice. Moreover, he was very talented at furling his eyebrows. During trials, he loved to remain silent and communicate his will only through eyebrow movement.<br /> <br /> Outside the courtroom, he was known to love festivities. After all, he was the judge who&rsquo;d launched the Monday recess &lsquo;Croquet Fiesta&rsquo; as well as the Thursday recess &lsquo;Bowling Potluck&rsquo;. But at a party celebrating his ten-thousandth trial, he felt unfulfilled. That day, the pi&ntilde;ata full of gum balls, ordinarily his favorite treat, seemed like nothing more than a hollow, paper mach&eacute; donkey full of candy. For every criminal he put behind bars, there were ten more criminals to take the last one&rsquo;s place. He began to have what adults call a &lsquo;mid-life&rsquo; crisis. Some people said that it was a very positive sign to have a mid-life crisis at the age of eighty, because that meant he would live to be one hundred and sixty. But Judge Kludge dreamed of leaving his mark. He wanted to accomplish something which would be of inestimable value for humanity.<br /> <br /> Thus, the Honorable Judge Kludge decided to step down from the bench and pen &#39;The Kittysaurus Series&#39;.</p>