Bizzarro Blames Quill Pen for Poor Handwriting


Magistrate Judge Elect Paul Bizzarro, whose answer on one of the four essay questions on the state magistrate exam was rejected due to illegible handwriting, claims this was due to his inkwell not being full and his quill pen not having a sharp point.

“That particular question was the hardest,” said Bizzarro, “so I skipped it originally. By the time I got back to it, my quill pen stopped working.” He added, “Looking back at it, I probably should have used a ballpoint.”

Bizzarro will now have to retake the exam before he can begin his job. In the meantime, he plans using his free time to prepare for the test by watching daytime TV court shows.


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