Friday, May 23, 2008

How do you make a lawyer cry?

I love the internets; they provide answers to all sorts of burning questions, like:
How do you make a lawyer cry?

How do you make a prosecutor paranoid?

How do you make a prosecutor cry?

How do you make popovers?


Anonymous said...

I have tried in vain to find a web source for the original Mandamus petition filed back on April 23rd. The CPS response of May 8th was readily available as is the opinion released yesterday. Of course among the lawyers who cried is Julie Balovich who is among the counsels listed on the petition and who, I thought, did an excellent job answering reporters questions at the court house in San Angelo yesterday.

Michael said...

How do you make a lawyer cry?

Open a blog post with a comma splice.

Gritsforbreakfast said...

Naw, Michael, that how you make an Arkansas grammar snob cry!


Gritsforbreakfast said...

There, I gave you a semicolon! Just for you, Michael! I know Arkansans are notorious sticklers for grammar.

Anonymous said...

Arkansas grammar snob cry!

Now there's a non-sequitur, if I ever saw one.

Gritsforbreakfast said...

Isn't it, though? It was a fun phrase to write.

Sooooweeee Hogs!

Ron in Houston said...

Hey Grits

Dallas Morning News reports CPS plans to appeal