3.30.2007

Drives Me Insane

I just got a nasty letter from a court appointed client. You have no idea how insane that makes me.

14 comments:

hopeful said...

can you see me now? i am having trouble getting through

Anonymous said...

would you like some cheese with your whine?

Anonymous said...

Did you forget about him Barry?

goober said...

How about responding w/ a TRUE billing of what they owe you. I would send it back postage due.

mzchief said...

YEP!
There is NOTHING quite like someone pissing and moaning about the stuff THEY are getting for FREE to make a NORMAL person want to KILL.

Anonymous said...

Hey barry, can you post the letter and leave out his name and stuff without breaking attorney/client privilege? That would be a great read, I think.

hopeful said...

it is quite amazing but often true: the folks who get treated or use services for free often have the greatest demands and attitudes. gets me going every time. so forget the whine and cheese - I feel for you.

Anonymous said...

All of the years of dealing with societies "tough guys" it is amazing how jail influence makes those "tough guys" wimper. He needs the cheese and a blankie because at one time he was ruf-ruf-ruf and tough. Tell him "get in line son" with all the other ladies there at the Walker-Rompa-Room.

Anonymous said...

That's pretty disgusting. Nobody is grateful for anything anymore.

Sick world.

wordkyle said...

Hmmm...could this be an example of the attitude some people have when they get free stuff from the government that others have to pay for? An attitude of -- dare I say it -- entitlement?

God bless the Great Society and social programs.

(Before the dogs start barking, yes, I know the difference between welfare and pro bono legal representation.)

Anonymous said...

What does Barry's Pro Bono work have to do with the hot chic's, fast cars, and pictures of Barry's heart about to expolde out of his chest during a marathon subject matter that this blog was founded on?

Anonymous said...

As has been said..."No good deed goes unpunished" (referring to when you try to do someone a favor, and then all you get is grief for your efforts).

Condoleesa said...

You still get paid for the court appointed client right? I mean our tax dollars pay you.

Anonymous said...

12:28 do you here the song "Lovin every minute of it" yet? It makes the world go around.