I have found 4 somewhat bad lawyer jokes in my Law & Economics textbook in Chapter 10: An Economic History of the Legal Process. They are:
- A businessman receives a bill from his lawyer that reads: "Crossed street to see client. Thought it was you. $50."
- A sociologist studying longevity found that the average lawyer lives twice as long as the average doctor and three times as long as the average school teacher. Life span for lawyers was computed using billing hours.
- Q; Why don't sharks attack lawyers? A. Professional courtesy.
- "It was so cold last winter, that I saw a lawyer with his hands in his own pockets."
Now for the metaphors:
- "If you think education is expensive, try ignorance."
- "If you think justice is expensive, try injustice."
I like the metaphors better than the jokes. Though both, admittedly, make the reading more interesting. Don't know how much context they add, but oh well.
Also, finished editing capstone paper and I made a powerpoint presentation for it. Yay! and the presentation for it isn't until Tuesday. It's done and ahead of time.
I like being productive like this, while also watching House and Law & Order today as well and eating Ben & Jerry ice cream.
All in all, a pretty decent day.