Saturday, December 11, 2004

What Lawyers really mean when they are mean

Actually, my interpretation of your response is that whenever lawyers get involved, nobody can accurately understand what the heck is going on. It really is a sad commentary on our legal system when it takes a law degree to properly interpret a letter written by a lawyer to a lay person. Isn't it amazing how many different lay interpretations of this letter that there have been?
It runs the full spectrum from minor annoyance to the ultimate doom of the American society and the total destruction of the Bill of Rights.
One potential solution is to apply the "latches" (pronounced latch- ease) principle to the board, i.e. term limits. How about a three year max for any board member? And by that I mean a total of three years during their entire lifetime, not 3 years, a year off and then 3 more years.
Any possibility?
Speaking of lawyers, do you know the difference between a dead lawyer lying in the middle of the road and a dead snake lying in the middle of the road?
There are skid marks before the dead snake.

If I have offended any lawyers to the extent that they want to sue, please send your lawsuits to Joe, he has an insurance policy.
John G.


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