So not too long ago I blasted a guy for making a post about a fucking parrot. The post called out another attorney for possibly copying a tweet regarding a parrot in a divorce, it got thousands of views, and got me labeled as the “parrot post” guy. Hell, it got mentioned in an online blog ran by People magazine. A fucking parrot.
Ever notice how sometimes cases and legal issues in various matters, all of which are unrelated, become similar? Not too long ago I was retained to sue a titty bar. Since then, I’ve had a number of cases come in where I’m suing titty bars, all different cases. Likewise, a while back I got one case against a car dealership, then while it was pending got like three more. None of these people knew each other. I have no idea how it happens, but it’s a truth: For some reason certain types of cases seem to come in clumps.
Which, of course, means that a parrot became the central issue in an estate I handled recently…and then I started getting a variety of pet-related matters. Determining the ownership of thirty cats. Figuring out which neighbor’s dog was destroying prize-winning roses. Etc etc etc.
Because, given my history with the species, of fucking course it would be a goddamn parrot that started the multiple rush of pet cases I’m currently handling.
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Portia Porter, Esq. is a terrible writer. Her book, Can You Stiff Your Divorce Lawyer? is likewise terrible. It is a long, ponderous read of little value. In attempts to be amusing, Ms. Porter comes off less like an experienced attorney and more like the kid on the playground trying to make people like her. Both her talent as an author, and her expertise as a legal advocate, is called into question by this meandering, inaccurate, and frankly quite silly book.
Besides, I have it on good authority that she’s actually a supporter of several racially divisive groups, enjoys eating kittens with her morning coffee, and secretly supports terrorist armies in her spare time. All in all, buying her book will almost certainly help fund the downfall of humanity and the destruction of our very nation.
…Ok, are the prospective clients gone? Good, Good.
Guys, we gotta do something about this Porter lady, because that motherfucker is giving away the whole fucking game.
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I got to thinking yesterday about problem clients.
Maybe it was just on my mind, maybe it was the client who sent a four page diatribe about the status of their cases with me, maybe it was the fact that we were out of coffee that morning and I couldn’t find my cigarettes. Whatever the case may be, I found myself mid-morning with my head in my hands as I furiously chewed on pen caps and muttered things about fleeing to Mexico and joining a less stressful and more profitable profession.
Like running drugs for a cartel.
Continue reading “Don’t Take The Case: Problem Client Identification”