High-powered attorneys like myself are notorious for letting off steam in completely inappropriate ways. Just yesterday I pissed my pants in front of an associate,* just to make sure he understood the commitment to stay at your desk to get a blog post out the door. It worked. He quit. I then knew that that he did not have what it took to be what I imagined him to be. For instance, I couldn’t afford to have him in trial, in the middle of critical cross-examination, suddenly asking the court to go wee-wee. At least that’s my theory.
But, with most of my theories, there’s an unfortunate illegality that dogs them. Sure, I can be abusive and petty like the best of them, but there’s a cost. And that cost is $250 per month. When needed, I outsource all of my petty and abusive behavior to TSD Outsourcing. [box type=”tick”]
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