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post #31 of 242
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
Not as big as yours.


I knew you were going to say that, and I posted anyway. Which proves that I am an idiot.
post #32 of 242
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
To me, you are a giant.

Wait, what the heck is up with the feet?

Note to Maf: The shoe size was the only true thing in that post.
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Mafoofan - You just started as a lawyer...Do you work during the day or just post on SF? Aren't you supposed to be accounting for every 6, 10, or 12 minutes of your day?
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Mafoofan - You just started as a lawyer...Do you work during the day or just post on SF? Aren't you supposed to be accounting for every 6, 10, or 12 minutes of your day?

Didn't you get the memo that the economy sucks?
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Didn't you get the memo that the economy sucks?
Were there no openings in the bankruptcy group?
post #36 of 242
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Were there no openings in the bankruptcy group?

Unfortunately, we made practice group choices last year--before the economy began sucking so obviously.
post #37 of 242
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Unfortunately, we made practice group choices last year--before the economy began sucking so obviously.

What group are you in at what firm?
post #38 of 242
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Didn't you get the memo that the economy sucks?

Thanks, I work in finance...
post #39 of 242
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Didn't you get the memo that the economy sucks?

Are you bow or stern?



I'm lifeboat.

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What group are you in at what firm?

Also, what is your address and telephone number?


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post #40 of 242
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Thanks, I work in finance...

Then you should definitely have gotten the memo. You're welcome.
post #41 of 242
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Then you should definitely have gotten the memo. Your welcome.

You are quite the pretentious little guy for someone who just started working professionally and uses his mommy and daddy's money to buy really expensive clothes.
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You are quite the pretentious little guy for someone who just started working professionally and uses his mommy and daddy's money to buy really expensive clothes.

For your information, my parents cry themselves to sleep every night because my clothes signify to them that I hate my Chinese heritage. The tweed is particularly hurtful.
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My parents cry themselves to sleep every night because my clothes signify to them that I hate my Chinese heritage. The tweed is particularly hurtful.

I thought that the Chinese don't cry...except in martial arts revenge.


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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I thought that the Chinese don't cry...except in martial arts revenge.

No, no, that's a misconception. Chinese people don't normally have souls, which is why they don't usually cry (and excel in math). But my parents moved to America forty years ago; all the white people and rock' n' roll music must have influenced a change in them over time. Now they have some soul. So, every now and then, they cry for Mother China.
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...which is why they don't usually cry (and excel in math).

I heard about the math part. Amazing, if you ask me.

I hope that you have found peace with the fact that you are not one of the smart ones who do math.


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