A Lawyers Favorite Lawyer Jokes

Written by Richard A. Chapo

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Q: What’srepparttar difference between lawyers and accountants?

A: At least accountants know they’re boring.


1. A man who had been caught embezzling millions went to a lawyer. His lawyer told him, "Don’t worry. You’ll never go to jail with all that money? In fact, whenrepparttar 149654 man was sent to prison, he didn’t have a dime.

2. Asrepparttar 149655 lawyer awoke from surgery, he asked, "Why are allrepparttar 149656 blinds drawn?" The nurse answered, "There's a fire acrossrepparttar 149657 street, and we didn't want you to think you had died."

3. God decided to takerepparttar 149658 devil to court and settle their differences once and for all. Satan heard this, laughed and said, "And where do you think you're going to find a lawyer?"

4. A lawyer is sitting atrepparttar 149659 desk in his new office. He hears someone coming torepparttar 149660 door. To impress his first potential client, he picks uprepparttar 149661 phone asrepparttar 149662 door opens and says, "I demand one million and not a penny less." As he hangs up,repparttar 149663 man now standing in his office says, "I'm here to hook up your phone."

And finally:

You Might Be A Lawyer If.... You are charging someone to read these jokes.

Richard Chapo is with SanDiegoBusinessLawFirm.com - Go to our article section to read more business law articles.

Little Guy on Wheels

Written by Janette Blackwell

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I watched him for several minutes. He got up some pretty good speed onrepparttar slope down towardrepparttar 148911 creek. But thenrepparttar 148912 hill began, andrepparttar 148913 lower part ofrepparttar 148914 hill was almost vertical. The tricycle wheels moved slower and slower, but Davie's legs were still pushing. Davie wasn't giving up.

About that time I thought to tell Mamma, and she realized what I had not: if a car should come swooping down that hill, it would mash Davie and his tricycle flat beforerepparttar 148915 driver even saw them. Mamma was off like a shot, and I was able to observerepparttar 148916 result of two objects withrepparttar 148917 same trajectory traveling at different rates of speed.

Davie was surprisingly docile once Mamma landed on him, and it appeared he had been defeated, but he had not. His views were unchanged. He still thought going was better than staying and going places on wheels was better than anything else.

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