Dr. Janeen Demarte's home burglarized...
Dave

Vancouver, Canada

#103 Apr 20, 2013
Lexington wrote:
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Try spelling it correctly "verbiage-the style of language in which something is expressed". Also while you are being so smart, there is not such word as "til", its "until".
Your Dr. Demarte used the expression "verbage" repeatedly referring to the wording in various evidentiary writings. There is no such word according to several sources I consulted with the exception of the Palin usage. Verbiage is a word used exclusively as a highly pejorative term.
At least one source made reference to persons who use the term verbage as an affectation to demonstrate learnedness. So it's entirely possible that our dear Dr. D. has been bluffing her way through academia and now on the witness stand with her glib pronouncements designed to impress the easily-impressed. Let's be clear, I was not all that impressed with Samuels and Laviolette but I did learn a thing or two from them about what COULD be, and I did not feel my intelligence insulted. With this one, I felt I was being fed DOGMA, such as I would get from religion and to which I have a visceral resistance.
Btw, why does my being so "smart" bother you so? I never said I was smart. I merely tried to point out your Dr.D's inadequacies, is all.
Dave

Vancouver, Canada

#104 Apr 20, 2013
Lexington wrote:
<quoted text>
I think that would be "No, she's smug, dogmatic, uncivil, and highly defensive." Take out the she and that quote sounds just like you. Someone as educated as you say you are wouldn't forget the punctuation.
PICKY, PICKY!
DAVEDAVEDAVE

United States

#105 Apr 20, 2013
Dave, I worry that you are having problems with control. No one is impressed by you. Surely you can't be a professional in this field and not let someone speak without have some insulting remark to make about their opinion. IMO you are not nearly as important as you would like to think you are. I will give you points for your verbiage though.
Lexington

United States

#106 Apr 20, 2013
Dave wrote:
<quoted text>
You're actually making my point and you don't even know it. First of all you trumpet that "I'm 51, experienced and hold a Master of Science" yet you use such bad grammar as "your a moron". A truly educated person would know better. Secondly, a truly educated person would know enough to respect the specific direction of this forum to "be polite". Calling someone a moron violates this standard, imo. Common insults, cheap name-calling, are,imo, hallmarks of the unlettered, pretentious frauds among us.
Who started picky?
Dave

Vancouver, Canada

#107 Apr 20, 2013
DAVEDAVEDAVE wrote:
Dave, I worry that you are having problems with control. No one is impressed by you. Surely you can't be a professional in this field and not let someone speak without have some insulting remark to make about their opinion. IMO you are not nearly as important as you would like to think you are. I will give you points for your verbiage though.
Thanks for your "verbiage" points DDD. Say, what EXACTLY is YOUR contribution to this discussion other than to offer your gratuitous feedback on your impresions of me. I doubt anyone is interested in me as such, they're more interested in taking issue with some of my assertions. You possibly have nothing to contribute to the current discussion so you come on here to get personal and you know absolutely nothing personal about me. You don't like the positions I've taken and you pro'bly are incapable of making an adequate response, so you do the only thing you're capable of : GET PERSONAL. How pathetic, wouldn't you agree?
Lexington

United States

#108 Apr 20, 2013
Verbiage
1. excess of words: an excess of words that add little or nothing to the meaning
2. wording: the style of language in which something is expressed
bureaucratic verbiage


[Early 18th century. < French < Latin verbum "word"]
Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#109 Apr 20, 2013
JANEEN DEMARTE CLASS OF 1998

Austin High School Class of 1998
El Paso, TX

St. Joseph School 1986-1994
El Paso, TX

University of Massachusetts - Arts & Sciences 1998-2002
Amherst, MA

Michigan State University 2003-2007
East Lansing, MI
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#110 Apr 20, 2013


Does Willmott Mutter b * t ch or what a b * t ch?

Did she ever have to answer for her remark? It seems like Nancy Grace said it would depend on whether the jury was aware of her calling Dr. DeMarte
a derogatory name or not.

It is my understanding the Dr. DeMarte was also an athlete.
What about Willmott? Did she ever play any competitive sports?
Rita in Ohio

Mount Gilead, OH

#111 Apr 20, 2013
Dave wrote:
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Personal, personal, personal. Think we could rise above all this, a little?
You are a hoot. You were the one who started the personal statements by saying Dr. D. is homely.
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#112 Apr 20, 2013
Sandra wrote:
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Trish, excellent point. This Dr. is sharp and does not have the complacency, made up mindset of older professionals that feel there is nothing new for them to learn so they want to be referred as experts even though the science is evolving.
I am almost positive that Jodi is green with envy that this young, attractive, professional and eloquent Doctor gets the attention Jodi wished she had.
Jodi's cross-examining attorney is grasping at straws and trying to drag the case and mitigate for the penalty phase.
Dr. Demarte you're kicking a$$!
Jodi was not able the pull the wool over Dr. DeMarte's eyes. Additionally, Dr. DeMarte did not feel compelled to give Jodi books like "Erroneus Zones" or pay for her to have a subscription to "O" magazine like Alyce. Willmott kept trying to play volleyball with Dr. DeMarte. I would guess with
Jennifer's short stature that she did not play volleyball or any other competitive sports. She was allegedly on the debate team. Even with heels, Jodi towers over Willmott. Would it be inappropriate to call her "fun size"?
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#113 Apr 20, 2013
Dave wrote:
<quoted text>
Your Dr. Demarte used the expression "verbage" repeatedly referring to the wording in various evidentiary writings. There is no such word according to several sources I consulted with the exception of the Palin usage. Verbiage is a word used exclusively as a highly pejorative term.
At least one source made reference to persons who use the term verbage as an affectation to demonstrate learnedness. So it's entirely possible that our dear Dr. D. has been bluffing her way through academia and now on the witness stand with her glib pronouncements designed to impress the easily-impressed. Let's be clear, I was not all that impressed with Samuels and Laviolette but I did learn a thing or two from them about what COULD be, and I did not feel my intelligence insulted. With this one, I felt I was being fed DOGMA, such as I would get from religion and to which I have a visceral resistance.
Btw, why does my being so "smart" bother you so? I never said I was smart. I merely tried to point out your Dr.D's inadequacies, is all.
Does it offend or surprise you that Dr. DeMarte attended private school?
hybridlment

Louisville, KY

#114 Apr 20, 2013
The one thing I've had reinforced from this trial (as well as many others) is the realization that the entire "mental help" field is subjective and opinionated and probably of little help to most. It seems to only confuse the issue rather than remedy it.
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#115 Apr 20, 2013
I was not confused at all by Dr. DeMarte's testimony.
For those who have questions, perhaps they would need to
review the answers given in her testimony.

I do not know why people fixate on the e-mails, IM's, and text messages between JA and TA.

I prefer to look at testing results and the results of clinical interviews.
LA Guy

United States

#116 Apr 20, 2013
Seasoned Identity wrote:
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Get a grip, Dave. She's got more class, insight, and maturity than you could EVER appreciate. You're one of those people that could never take anyone seriously under 40, and you better be prepared to have your ass handed to you by an upcoming younger generation that makes mine look like troglodytes. My daughter is on the fast track to becoming exactly what Dr. Demarte is, and her peers are smart, innovative, and just plain fast. Experience (and I hate to admit this) is sometimes over-rated and you better get out of these kids way. We can watch from the curb, and I'm happy to do just that.
Typical Callabasas mentality ... is your Daughter on Ritalin?
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#117 Apr 20, 2013
Jet Lag, did you have a question for me? I don't feel like digging back through the posts. Maybe you will be the one to comment on Dr. DeMarte's private school education in Texas. Wanna play?
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#118 Apr 20, 2013


I hope someone will send a copy of this video documenting Jodi's
sneaky and creepy behavior in the court room. There's another
one of her sneaking a file folder. She has been caught with contraband items in her room. She needs to be somewhere with higher security.
LA Guy

United States

#119 Apr 20, 2013
LA Guy wrote:
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Typical Callabasas mentality ... is your Daughter on Ritalin?
Calabasas, CA (So-Cal)-- Ritalin Central
Fog Lifter

Spring, TX

#120 Apr 20, 2013
Perhaps "Triple Delight" would have been a better use of words.
DaveDaveDave

Boca Raton, FL

#121 Apr 20, 2013
Dave wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for your "verbiage" points DDD. Say, what EXACTLY is YOUR contribution to this discussion other than to offer your gratuitous feedback on your impresions of me. I doubt anyone is interested in me as such, they're more interested in taking issue with some of my assertions. You possibly have nothing to contribute to the current discussion so you come on here to get personal and you know absolutely nothing personal about me. You don't like the positions I've taken and you pro'bly are incapable of making an adequate response, so you do the only thing you're capable of : GET PERSONAL. How pathetic, wouldn't you agree?
We are just tired of you. You come in with your back handed remarks to try and show that you are superior and everyone else is a dumbass for their opinion. I respect your opinions but think you could stop being so rude to the fellow posters of this forum. And yes, I would agree that it is pathetic that you are not able to look at 2 sides of a issue.
Dave

Vancouver, Canada

#122 Apr 20, 2013
Rita in Ohio wrote:
<quoted text> You are a hoot. You were the one who started the personal statements by saying Dr. D. is homely.
Clear case of mistaken identity, Rita dear. Show me where I said Dr.D. is homely. Never met the lady so I would never offer such an opinion. Could you be trying to project your own sentiments onto me just because I disagree with her overall manner? For all I know she might be quite attractive, but that would be entirely irrelevant in my overall assessment. You have a good day, y'hear!

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