Where’s the time machine that a sizable portion of family law clients, and potential clients, think I have? My colleagues inform me that their clients also believe they have a time machine. If I own a time machine I’d really love to find it. I’m sure my family law colleagues feel likewise. How else to […]
Archive for the ‘Humor?’ Category
Yesterday one of the emails from the South Carolina Judicial Department noted a CDR (Criminal Docket Report) code had been added for the offense of “Illegal night hunting of coyotes and armadillos,” otherwise known as S.C. Code §50-11-0710(A)(3). This subsection reads: [C]oyotes and armadillos may be hunted at night with an artificial light that is […]
If Barack Obama loses the 2012 presidential election, I think the man may have found his next calling: marriage counselor. As quoted by Maureen Dowd in today’s New York Times: Everybody cannot get 100 percent of what they want. Now, for those of you who are married, there is an analogy here. I basically let […]
A lawyer got married to a woman who had previously been married twelve times. On their wedding night they settle into the bridal suite at their hotel and the bride says to her new groom, “Please promise to be gentle, …I am still a virgin.” This puzzled the groom, since after twelve marriages he thought that […]
It seems like every few months another Congressman gets embarrassed for twittering a sexually explicit photo to some woman he’s not married to. E.g., Representative Anthony D. Weiner As a long-time fan of Disney animation, I suggest we revive the term twitterpated. Watch this scene from Bambi (especially Thumper at 1:29) and tell me old Walt wasn’t psychic […]
Divorce lawyer humor courtesy of Stephen Slotchiver:
Does the Second Amendment’s “Right to Bare Arms” mean that I can wear t-shirts to court?