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Monday, July 16, 2007

Terrorists and Wall Street lawyers

Instapundit Glenn Reynolds writes this morning: "Hmm. Now there's a book that will never get written: What Terrorists Can Learn from Wall Street Law Firms."

It's not an idle suggestion, though. As I understand it, terrorists are skilled at creating corpses. In my personal experience, Wall Street law firms are also skilled in picking them clean.

(Just a joke. It's an unfair comparison, of course ... to the terrorists. Aha, another joke. Sorta.)

Posted by Beldar at 07:33 AM in Humor, Law (2007) | Permalink


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