We at the firm must object to the use of the word 'drunk' in
connection with our client, Mr. ua. While we agree that the phrase
contains a deadly accuracy, we would like to assert that the terms
If you insist on using this form of address in connection with
our client, immediate legal action will be forthcoming.
Sincerely, Homer N. Gotcha Cheatham &
Steele Serving the retrant industry since the discovery of E.
posted June 19, 1999 01:27 AM
Dear sir or madam, We apologize for the loss of your entire
family tree in a freak bowling accident. However it has come to our
attention that our attorneys (Cheatham & Steele) have indeed
conferred with us as to the seious allegations you have made. Our
company has never hired 62 underage hookers to a stag party and for
you to imply we have is incredulous. We have in no way either
implied that rabid gophers make amusing pets. All further dialogue
about this will be through our aforementioned attorneys.
Congratulations on your 117th anniversary! CEC UA Supreme
posted June 19, 1999 01:37 AM
Oh please. :P
posted June 19, 1999 01:41 AM
To all concerned parties in this dispute or disputes coming
Our client, a certain Mr. Sparrow, which just may be or may not
be his real or not so real name, has upon deposit of rather
miniscule/quite large/huge retainer amount payable in any US or
other possibly existing bank or lending or any sort of business
dealing with dough …
O #@$%, just forget this legal crap. Sparrow has asked us to tell
If he ever hears of you again, it will be your knee caps.