By WR Jones
I saw an ad for a legal firm on tv – “We are fighting for everyday Americans.” Huh? What does that mean?
Are there “weekly Americans or bi-monthly Americans”? What are they the rest of the time; Costa Ricans? Why must ads always talk such inane bullshit?
Speaking of law, I also watched a show about identity theft. It seems 90% of identity thieves are drug users. The bulk being addicted to meth which gives them the energy to work their asses off stealing and using identities. So the show followed these two female officers who were going to check on an identity thief who had been arrested and was out on bail. “You, have to keep an eye out on these people when they are free.” The female thief was in a trailor doing what? Oh you, that was a lucky guess. She was smoking meth and working away at more identity thievery. Well, how did you expect her to get money for one of those attorneys fighting for everyday Americans anyway? Uh, Judge Stupid, why did you set bail so low she could get out at all …. EVER? Take her out and shoot her down like a dog.
I should have been a judge.