If A Lawyer And An IRS Agent Were Both Drowning, And You Could Only Save One Of Them, Would You Go To Lunch Or Read The Paper?
If a lawyer and an IRS agent were both drowning, and you could only
save one of them, would you go to lunch or read the paper?
Q: How do you save a drowning lawyer? A: Throw him a rock.
You would toss a drowning man both ends of a rope.
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In order to save whales could you please write on both sides of the paper.
-- Graham Leary, Mathematics II Te...
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If I were a gambling man, I would bet that you read this.
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