[...] but if you make these claims, then you're going to have to back them up these numbers with some sources.
Quote from: Budlaw on May 29, 2006, 08:44:03 PM[...] but if you make these claims, then you're going to have to back them up these numbers with some sources. A former soldier who wants to see sources .. what an ass that has begun to take itself seriously!
There is nothing wrong with making money. But money can become the tail that wags the dog. Karl Llewellyn's observations of some 40 years ago, on lawyers and money, still ring true. He observed "a brand of lawyer for whom law is making of a livelihood, a competence, a fortune. Law offers means to live, to get ahead. It is so viewed. Such men give their whole selves to it, in this aspect. Coin is their reward. Coin makes it possible to live. Coin is success, coin is prestige, and coin is power. Such lawyers, I take it, reflect rather adequately the standards of our civilization. They have perceived the mainspring of a money economy. They follow single-heartedly on their perception. Coin is, in this society, the measure of a man."