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Do you have tattoos?

Yes.
22 (36.7%)
No, Never.
23 (38.3%)
No, but maybe in the future.
15 (25%)

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Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #90 on: July 16, 2008, 11:34:53 AM »
No, I'm done with this line of interrogatories. 

You, sir, are no fun.

People who use the word "interrogatories" rarely are.

In fact...they are often bitter summer assocites or just out of law school.  So at least it is understandable.

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #91 on: July 16, 2008, 11:38:37 AM »
No, I'm done with this line of interrogatories. 

You, sir, are no fun.

People who use the word "interrogatories" rarely are.

In fact...they are often bitter summer assocites or just out of law school.  So at least it is understandable.



i'm a bitter summer associate, but i call them "rogs" just like all the other cool kids.

i would have said, "i'm flatlined on these rogs.  btw, go @#!* yourself."

but what do you expect, i have a tattoo.

Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #92 on: July 16, 2008, 11:44:56 AM »
If I didn't want to play anymore, I would have just made some absurd answer like....

"I don't approve of tattoos on lawyers, even if they are traditional cultural tattoos.  But, if it was a dark elf druid with marks of power, I would be fine with that.  But only if on cross examination the druid went into bear form and mauled the witness"

"Objection your honor... counsel is badgeri... bearing? the witness?!?!"

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #93 on: July 16, 2008, 12:02:44 PM »
No, I'm done with this line of interrogatories. 

How are those requests for production and admissions coming along? I'm not paying you little bastards 3k a week to take four hour lunches at the Men's Club every single day.

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #94 on: July 16, 2008, 12:14:57 PM »
i wanna go to the men's club!


hell, i wanna make $3k a week!

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #95 on: July 16, 2008, 12:17:22 PM »
i wanna go to the men's club!


hell, i wanna make $3k a week!

Are you on Law Review?

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #96 on: July 16, 2008, 12:20:32 PM »
i wanna go to the men's club!


hell, i wanna make $3k a week!

Are you on Law Review?



no, i told them to go @#!* themselves.

i am getting published in a journal this fall though!  i should get more credit for that since i had to write the damn thing AND cite check it  :P

Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #97 on: July 16, 2008, 12:53:42 PM »
I worked at a place for 3 years where we had to wear stockings (pantyhose, whatever).  You get used to them and they aren't so bad.  Also, I found that if you spend a little more to buy good quality ones they last longer and aren't as likely to snag.  I'm dreading wearing a jacket way more than stockings.  I live in Florida and it is pretty inhumane to make us wear suits!   :D 

I'm doing a judicial internship and there are four female interns this summer.  I'm the only one who wears nylons (I hate the word pantyhose).  I actually don't mind wearing nylons at all.  The only thing is that the cost bothers me.  I mean, I'm getting like L'eggs nylons from CVS and they're $5/pair.  (I did find a website where I could buy them in bulk, but shipping costs deduct substantially from the savings.)  The thing is, sometimes the pair will only last 1 day.  I've gotten (at most) 4 wears out of a pair of nylons.  (They usually last 2-3 days.)  When I've purchased nice ones at Neiman Marcus or Nordstroms, I end up paying $20 a pair and they also last around 4 days at most. 

This adds up quickly.  Say you're going through 2 pairs a week of the drugstore nylons, you're spending about $50 a month on nylons.  Who needs that?

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Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #98 on: July 16, 2008, 01:03:54 PM »
i wanna go to the men's club!


hell, i wanna make $3k a week!

Are you on Law Review?


no, i told them to go @#!* themselves.

i am getting published in a journal this fall though!  i should get more credit for that since i had to write the damn thing AND cite check it  :P
::makes jocular reference to "Am I screwed" thread::

Re: Any Soo- to-be Lawyers with Ink?
« Reply #99 on: July 16, 2008, 01:26:08 PM »
I worked at a place for 3 years where we had to wear stockings (pantyhose, whatever).  You get used to them and they aren't so bad.  Also, I found that if you spend a little more to buy good quality ones they last longer and aren't as likely to snag.  I'm dreading wearing a jacket way more than stockings.  I live in Florida and it is pretty inhumane to make us wear suits!   :D 

I'm doing a judicial internship and there are four female interns this summer.  I'm the only one who wears nylons (I hate the word pantyhose). 

Yay for "nylons"!  I thought I was the only one that called them that!