Monday, October 31, 2005

Heard at the courthouse

Whenever a couple of lawyers have to wait a few minutes in a room together, they started telling stories.

Here's one I heard today, about a case before Judge Glen Williams years ago:

The client worked for a potato chip company. He went to a grocery store and began stocking his goods, when a man came up to him and said, "are you the potato chip man?" The client replied that he supposed he was, in fact, the potato chip man. Without another word, the other man proceeded to hit him over the head.

It turns out, the other man's wife had been in the store earlier in the day and when she came home, she told her husband that "the potato chip man" had pinched her fanny.

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