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I feel for you, Mr. London. Math is, by far, my WORST subject.

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Perfesser_Bear wrote:
Okay, so I'm a little slow on the uptake. Jack. London. Call of the Wild.

Well, duh.



Wow, Thanks Perfesser! :lol: Sorry, I just had to say it.


Indeed, Math has always been the Bino of subjects to me. :?


Love the alt. text and that nice little joke. A stroke of genius there.

So their official last name is The Wolf?

I like to think that Jack just tossed the rest of the money to Poncho saying something about him not needing it and he can have it... I wonder if any of the wolves are good with money... that is a skill they need to have.

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Mr London is right, Math is hard. I was "forbid" from trying it.


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Perfesser_Bear wrote:
Okay, so I'm a little slow on the uptake. Jack. London. Call of the Wild.

Well, duh.

Dude, loved that book, but would NEVER have seen that if you hadn't mentioned that!

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I honestly find it hard to believe that Mr.London finds math hard, then again I have a D in geometry so what am I talking 'bout lol.

On the other hand I wonder what the job requirements are for a lawyer...and if they get their own special spot in the place bad people go...?

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Shouldn't the single air-quote be on the other side?

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Where might those quotes be?

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Why is it that everybody kept saying that Math is hard it is not hard for me and some people, if you know Math then English is hard but if you know English then Math is hard.


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I notice that in the previous Mr. London strip his face was obscured by a convenient lampshade. But now he's flaunting it, flaunting it, without so much as a panel border. Shameful!

Still completely recognizable by the mouth.

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I notice that in the previous Mr. London strip his face was obscured by a convenient lampshade. But now he's flaunting it, flaunting it, without so much as a panel border. Shameful!

Still completely recognizable by the mouth.

Should we.... um... Should we put a censor bar on it?

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I wonder what the job requirements are for a lawyer...and if they get their own special spot in the place bad people go...?

I'd be happy to address your questions. To practice law as an attorney in the United States requires a Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) degree and, in most states, formal admission to that state's bar association. Admission to law school requires one to take the LSAT, which does have math/business questions; those are writing assignments, however, designed to test one's analytical, critical thinking, and logic skills.

As for the second question... I really doubt it, attorneys are no better or worse than anyone else.

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I notice that in the previous Mr. London strip his face was obscured by a convenient lampshade. But now he's flaunting it, flaunting it, without so much as a panel border. Shameful!

Still completely recognizable by the mouth.

He's got a new suit! Maybe it's not a cheap one anymore. :lol:

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I'd be happy to address your questions. To practice law as an attorney in the United States requires a Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) degree and, in most states, formal admission to that state's bar association. Admission to law school requires one to take the LSAT, which does have math/business questions; those are writing assignments, however, designed to test one's analytical, critical thinking, and logic skills.

As for the second question... I really doubt it, attorneys are no better or worse than anyone else.

*gasp* He's a lawyer! So that's why he always uses angry or (semi-)evil characters as icons! ;)


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"Math is hard!"

I just said this today! Then again, I say that whenever I have to do something challenging that involves math. :lol:

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Attorneys are notoriously hated mostly because when people need an attorney, it's probably not for something good. So they associate it with the lawyers themselves. Though it could also be that the profession tends to attract those who are good liars.

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My attorney friends are among the most facetious (and often sarcastic) people I know. I can't say whether lawyers are more consummate liars than other people.

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*gasp* He's a lawyer! So that's why he always uses angry or (semi-)evil characters as icons!

I'm not currently employed as an attorney.

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I clicked the link. Will that mean things won't get expensive? :< I already live off ramen as it is...


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I wonder ... Is Mr. London the lawyer for the whole Milton family ? Or is he just the attorney for the wolf-related stuff ?

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I believe he's in charge of keeping the wolves out of trouble.

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Anyone notice that Rick's started to draw human faces more lately?

Anyway, I guess with a $6300 bank account now lined up, Jack's Rikki-Style rich. "Oh, I have this human-money stuff!" "Yes, your pay should total 25,000 a year." "Wow! That sounds like a really big number! How much is that in ice-cream from the vending machines at the campgrounds? I just sorta put coins in there until it tells me I've got enough." "...Um... you can't tell how much it costs? It says on the labels..." "It does? I never knew that... I can't read any of that fancy human writing stuff..."

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I believe he's in charge of keeping the wolves out of trouble.


That must be one hell of a job

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I love the 'is he saying I've got MONEY?' look dawning on Jacks' face in the last panel.

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Lawyers do have quite the reputation for being opportunistic, lying scoundrels interested only in money.... the amount of lawyers jokes I have heard is astounding!!! I knpw quite a few decent lawyers though, just saying.


The wolves have got to learn about money..... send them to someone responsible, like Karishad!! :D

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I believe he's in charge of keeping the wolves out of trouble.

Well he certainly is an interesting fellow! Heck, for the type of job that he has been hired for he must be very talented.

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Attorneys are notoriously hated mostly because when people need an attorney, it's probably not for something good. So they associate it with the lawyers themselves. Though it could also be that the profession tends to attract those who are good liars.

They have really bad reputation because they are willing to defend whoever hires them with whatever possible arguments they can find, even if the defendant butchered a group of kids.
I would go on on a hate argument and say that every single inhabitant of [I'll give a million guesses to find out which country I'm alluding to] is a master on playing the devil's lawyer on themselves... literally!
But I won't, because, you know, that'd be offensive.

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Lawyers do have quite the reputation for being opportunistic, lying scoundrels interested only in money.... the amount of lawyers jokes I have heard is astounding!!! I knpw quite a few decent lawyers though, just saying.
Not to mention the high-exposure lawyers (the ones who advertise on TV) are generally the scummier lawyers, so they're kind of a vocal minority.

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Hey, not all lawyers are bad. I mean, look at Phoenix Wright
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Hey, not all lawyers are bad. I mean, look at Phoenix Wright
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He is not bad? OBJECTION!

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I wonder what the job requirements are for a lawyer...and if they get their own special spot in the place bad people go...?

I'd be happy to address your questions. To practice law as an attorney in the United States requires a Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) degree and, in most states, formal admission to that state's bar association. Admission to law school requires one to take the LSAT, which does have math/business questions; those are writing assignments, however, designed to test one's analytical, critical thinking, and logic skills.

As for the second question... I really doubt it, attorneys are no better or worse than anyone else.


I'm aware of that, thank you for the information though actually! But what I really meant was the continuing joke that "Lawyers are Blood Sucking Parasites".

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WOW... Mr. London is a bad lawyer :lol:

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Wow, 7000$ for filling the backyard with Junk? Or was this a fine for all the stealing? But I think for stealing there would be another punishment...


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