Judge Martinez: Well, Connor O'Brien, don't you agree that people of the male gender tend, on average, to have greater upper body strength than those of the female gender? Connor: Well, yes. Judge Martinez: And we're dealing specifically with, as I understand it, warehouse workers, lifting things. Am I correct? Connor: Yes, your honor. Judge Martinez: Alright then. Connor: But. Judge Martinez: Mr. O'Brien, you better make a cogent argument or pack up and leave. Connor: Uh, yes, your honor. I, I, I. Judge Martinez: I'm waiting, Mr. O'Brien. Connor: Yes, I, I have three sisters, your honor. Judge Martinez: That's your argument? You have sisters? Connor: Yes, sir. Three of them. Judge Martinez: And... Connor: And I find that women are capable of doing anything men can do. Judge Martinez: That's a matter of opinion, Mr. O'Brien, and not a mitigating factor here. Connor: Isn't it, though? Your honor, I'm talking about a deeper strength, one not represented by physical labor. I mean, when women are presented with a problem, they don't just solve that problem. They think three steps past it, and they get the job done.