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Judge Judy dishes out advice on her new website
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Judge Judy is doing more than holding court on TV. She's now dishing out advice online.
Judy Sheindlin said the goal of her new website is to share her ideas about life, create a forum to discuss a variety of issues and to "have a little fun."
She'll have her say on topics including romance, pre-nuptial agreements and child-rearing. On the matter of "roommates with benefits," for instance, Sheindlin advises, "Joint nothing; separate everything!"
She's also inviting people to submit their own stories, some of which will be posted on the site.
"Judge Judy," her top-rated daytime syndicated show, is in its 16th year.
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