Bad Judge-ment Calls
Cornertime Confidential will never be able to hold a candle to the great work of Colin Farrell over at Corpun.com, but today, we’re bringing you a pair of surprising “Spanking in the news” stories!
I’m not quite sure how, but two different prominent men (maybe this is a #MeToo movement result) have been caught with their pants down (OK, with OTHER people’s pants down) and busted for their Spanking preferences. Cornertime Confidential would like to remind all of your adults that Spanking is for private time, not work.
|Judge O. Joseph Boeckmann, Jr.,
The Paddling Judge
Our first profile is on Judge O. Joseph Boeckmann, Jr. This Arkansas judge saw nothing wrong not giving criminals jail time, if they let him Spank and paddle them. It’s just weird and obviously not a “best practice” in judge-ships.
“The commission said it had obtained up to 4,600 photos of men — some identified as defendants — who are shown naked after an “apparent” paddling “
Yeah, that’s right, the NYTimes reported this. It’s actually true.
His story is particularly unhelpful, as the delinquent (boys) young men he would paddle in a series of pictures that apparently appeared on social media somewhere—I haven’t found these yet, so I’m waiting on Corpun.com for those pics.
Also, just because this guy didn’t want to be upstaged…we have the publisher of an Alabama newspaper. H. Brandt Ayers, decided he’d Spank employees if they wrote bad articles. Oh my. What a “whack”-o! Turns out this is not legal either. Even in Alabama, apparently this is considered battery. Interesting. I thought different states had different Rules about Spankings. Ah, turns out this is actually only for students in schools. For adults, you apparently cannot be Spanked nationwide, or else it’s considered battery. I do hope consensual activity is NOT included in this.
decided he’d Spank employees if they wrote bad articles.
|H. Brandt Ayers
The Spanking Publisher
I love how Ayers explained himself in the Washington Post article:
“As a very young man with more authority than judgment, I did some things I regret,” Ayers told the Anniston Star. “At my advanced age I wish I could relive those days again, knowing the seriousness of my position and with the accumulated judgment that goes with age.”
Here’s my guess, the publisher is reading this article smiling and reflecting on the joy this brought him. (Urgh…don’t!!!) and the Judge will be enjoying the attention…once he’s out of prison.