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49 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

  1. Law Student here: Respect your adversary, in mooting (practice argument) it’s far easier to make the point successfully if you have the utmost respect for your colleague.

    1. Real lawyer here (insurance defense): you will lose respect for other lawyers in the real world quickly, especially plaintiff lawyers. They are arrogant lying sacks of shit and the court is 100% on their side.
      With that said, the crying thing is true up until that point you just accept that the deck is stacked against you and you stop giving a fuck about it.

      1. Real lawyer here (plaintiffs toxic tort): you will especially lose respect for lawyers who chose to defend the reprehensible corporate practices and fight against every single dollar your client needs to pay his medical bills. Medical bills he incurred because he is dying of cancer from the thing that their client made knowing that it contained a highly toxic ingredient but – much like their counsel – felt that money trumped employee/consumer health. And the corporate/insurance defense attorneys are more than happy to flood the system with idiotic motions because why not, they’re paid hourly. Bill bill bill!

        And all your client was doing was his job.

        Fuck corporate defense attorneys and fuck insurance defense attorneys.

        1. Fuck you bitch. You have no interest in facts and I’m willing to bet your clients cancer wasn’t related to anything from the employment and chainsmoked. Plaintiffs are lying sacks of shit that all ran 5 miles a day and were perfect pictures of health before falling and infirmed people afterwards that can’t do anything. Every single fucking plaintiff says this same bullshit in every case. EVERY FUCKING CASE! You coach them to lie.

          1. Who said i don’t love my job? I love pissing off those counsel that are assholes and deserve it. I just don’t give a fuck about what the court or counsel do anymore. Just treat the ones that deserve it like shit and waste their time.

        2. And don’t act like you give a flying fuck about your clients. If you did, you would cap your recovery in some cases and not charge them 33%. You are greedy lying sacks of shit.

        3. And I’m willing to bet your first reaction to hearing your client died was “sweet, how can I spin this to make more money in the lawsuit.“

          I’m also willing to bet they were your favorite client because it was the 5th or more lawsuit that they’ve filed.

          1. My clients don’t get multiple chances to file cases. My clients’ life expectancy is less than two years after diagnosis. These aren’t slip-and-fall cases. It’s Bob who worked for the power company ripping out insulation for 35 years, and retired with a gold watch and a death sentence. It’s Sherry, whose father was a career drywaller, sanded joint compound for decades, and contaminated Sherry when he hugged her hello, and now she’s in hospice at age 40.

            You can slag on me all you want, I don’t care. But don’t touch my clients, you know NOTHING about them.

        4. I don’t know why you’re getting so much flaming on here. My grandfather passed away from CPOD he almost certainly contracted through work. But, as you say, there was no way to *prove* it. He only managed to live into his 80s without bankrupting my grandmother because he lived in a country with socialized healthcare. I can only imagine what would have happened if he’d lived in the US.

          Thanks for helping the people you represent. I doubt legislation in support of what you do will improve under the current administration, but keep fighting.

          Also, I’m shocked that two lawyers read PL…

          1. At least three real lawyers read it…family law here. And I’m going to stay out of the other two’s fight.

      2. I stopped reading after “real lawyer here…” but I noticed that you had written more, so I just assumed it was an apology.

    2. so innocent. So sweet. So about to be thrown to the wolves.

      Having said that, I like most of the opposing counsel I’ve come up against. The bar in my area is pretty congenial, which is a blessing.

      1. Right? I do exclusively criminal work, and NO ONE is as nasty as those “civil” attorneys on the top of this thread. There are a couple bad apples in our local defense bar, who are well known for being generally deceitful, and we just cut them a wide berth. My favorite experience practicing law was having a couple of beers with opposing counsel after we both finished a hard fought trial.

      2. As an attorney, I can tell you that the thread on top of this one is not populated by attorneys, but rather children pretending to be attorneys.

    3. Other advice I know about lawyering is that calling on a parrot as a witness can be surprisingly effective.

    4. Real lawyer here (government): you’re right, but that only works when there is bilateral respect. Get’s really hard when the other side is belligerent and accuses you of bad faith. Some days, I have to be the professional for all parties involved, but I’m getting real tired of your shit, opposing counsel.

    1. I have to point out that this is timestamped earlier than most of the drama in the comments section. Are you psychic? Will you be my friend?

  2. I’ve had a similar wish idea too, except that every time I open my wallet, there will always be $300 in there no matter how many times I open it. Need $1200? Just open it 4 times.

    1. Oh, and that only works for any wallet in my possession. So if i get a new wallet, it works. If I get my wallet stolen it stops working.

  3. I’ve actually done the typo password thing.
    After a long time I figured out the typo, it was the password I thought it was but with 1 letter accidentally the key next to it. Satisfying when I solved it.

  4. I was going to call bullshit on all these “real lawyers”, but you’ve proven yourselves authentic with all your righteous indignation.

  5. Parents of under 11s in cafes are selfish ignorant arseholes they let there fucking annoying kids scream n shout run aground and be generally annoying,to top it off the parents talk so loudly to be heard over the snotty stinking kids.

    Plus parents are boring, no one is interested in what little Tarquin said. You smell of sick.

  6. This used to be a funny site that I felt free to browse without bother but it’s now a clusterfuck of popup ads and it’s lost all merit. If I wanna see good obvious plant and other used memes I can go to reddit with fewer ads, let alone annoying timed ones. I get that you want to make money off of how popular your site has become but you’ve gone to far with monetary gain.

    Stick to the on the side of the page picture ads. I used to love this site.

  7. great list mike! welcome aboard;))))!

    oh shoot wrong post. whats up with the lawyers here?
    let me play the devils advocate: objection to you all! whats rhyme with lawyer??????????

    LIAR! heh heh.. imagine the world without lawyers tho… (simpson reference)

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