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Riddle me this...Bagle
Mar 14, 2003 8:17 AM
Where the hell can I get a job as a law firm partner that gives me so little to do that I can sit on the net all day and get first response to most threads most times, like Doug Slone - it's totally unreal!
You actually went out and tallied that up?Kristin
Mar 14, 2003 8:19 AM
Get help!
Err - noBagle
Mar 14, 2003 8:42 AM
just cast an eye over the threads - it's not hard...
Barrow, Alaskamohair_chair
Mar 14, 2003 8:47 AM
Not a lot going on there. You would almost certainly be the finest lawyer in town, as long as you specialize in Inuit (Eskimo) tribal law. This could be a problem, however. We've all heard how they don't have a word for "war," so maybe they don't have a word for "litigation," either.

There's always Bowman, North Dakota.
come hang out with me if you wantDougSloan
Mar 14, 2003 9:05 AM
First, I've been a lawyer for 16 years. I have several jr partners and associates working with me. I'm at the office 10-12 hours a day. When I'm busy, I work up to 18 hours a day traveling to and from taking depositions, or 6 week trials in which every waking moment, and some of the sleeping time, is spent working on or thinking about the case. I supervise 10-12 people, and have other administrative duties at the office that often involve evenings and weekends. You'll notice, if you were thorough, that some days, even weeks, I'll not post at all. Others days, I pop in every hour or so, but it's not like I'm hovering over the computer every minute.

So, come walk a mile in my shoes. I'll be happy to show you how it's done.

BTw, often when I respond first, not so much on the non-bike forum as the others, it's because no one else has, and I'm trying to help someone out, something I've been doing for about 4 years now. Take a look -- who on this entire forum has done more to try to sincerely help other cyclists? There are a few others who are close, of course, but you'd be hard pressed seeing it, with some stick apparently up somewhere it shouldn't be...

I know you're mad at me right now, but128
Mar 14, 2003 9:22 AM
your answer to this riddle is too generous. Surprised you dignified that with a response. I think your mid-western roots are showing! Cheers.

Alternate answers:
2)You're underqualified.
3)Your wit is as edgey as a beanbag chair.
Actually, at least in this particular forum, it'sOldEdScott
Mar 14, 2003 9:38 AM
work-related. Doug's sharpening his lawyering skills in these arguments, just like I'm honing my political polemicist skills. I think we both look on this as professional development.
Hmmm...How can I apply that to my jobKristin
Mar 14, 2003 10:04 AM
Yes! Sharpening my typing skills. I would go for honing my proofredding skills, but that one could be used against me.
Does that mean its billable time? (NM)torquer
Mar 14, 2003 10:45 AM
what's your address? (NM)DougSloan
Mar 14, 2003 10:50 AM
Sometimes I do, if I'm trying outOldEdScott
Mar 14, 2003 10:52 AM
a line of argument here to see how it flies in public.
focus group?DougSloan
Mar 14, 2003 11:41 AM
Oh, so we are your unwitting (witless?) focus group? You evil genius...

Glad I could help you out.Spoke Wrench
Mar 15, 2003 9:25 AM
So where do I send my bill?
Was this gripe better than riding your bike? (nm)KeeponTrekkin
Mar 16, 2003 6:55 PM