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Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:18 AM
They were gonna pass of the Maria and Kuzzy as live and interviewing Serena she said..."so, you play Maria next..." That bitch better pack her bags...:lol:

Mrs. Peel
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:19 AM
I noticed that :lol: :lol:

741852
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:19 AM
lol

G1Player2
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:20 AM
How do you know ESPN is pissed?

kabuki
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:21 AM
Mary Joe needs an endoscopic brow lift.

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:23 AM
How do you know ESPN is pissed?
They called and asked me if I thaught any of you mo'fos from WTA World noticed...and what I thaught they should do...:dance: I said...cann the bitch...:lol:

WtaTour4Ever
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:24 AM
totally ruined it for me....off to bed now

tennischick
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:25 AM
bad mistake Mary Jo. espn is not gonna like that when they went to so much trouble to protect the result :lol:

Rocketta
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:25 AM
I noticed that they weren't running the score on the ticker and I thought that was weird! Good enough for their stupid male chauvenist asses...they really think we the public are dumb dumb dumb. :rolleyes:

mishar
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:26 AM
That was hilarious.

casino
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:28 AM
I'm sorry, but all ESPN had to do is show us the matches lives. DUMBASSES. These were quarters of grandslam and they can't even put them live. :rolleyes: Tennis coverage sucks and Mary Joe made them pay for it! :evil:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:30 AM
um... but they did run the score accross the bottom of the screen...
i know this because i left the match after the second set to play my own tennis, then i came back, saw the score, smiled, then watched the end of the serena match and wasn't surprised at mary jo telling serena she was facing maria.

Mrs. Peel
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:31 AM
bad mistake Mary Jo. espn is not gonna like that when they went to so much trouble to protect the result :lol:
She was salivating to say, " You are playing Sharapova tomorrow a player who BEAT you in two big matches last year" while looking Serena in the eye...:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:32 AM
um... but they did run the score accross the bottom of the screen...
i know this because i left the match after the second set to play my own tennis, then i came back, saw the score, smiled, then watched the end of the serena match and wasn't surprised at mary jo telling serena she was facing maria.
No they did not...I watched the ticker during the Serena/Momo match and nothing...They left out the results when they showed th brackets so they must only show it to you...:rolleyes: or you are just a liar...:tape:

tennischick
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:33 AM
She was salivating to say, " You are playing Sharapova tomorrow a player who BEAT you in two big matches last year" while looking Serena in the eye...:rolleyes: :rolleyes:exactly!!! :lol: and did you see her gut? Mary Jo needs to remember that she's on camera and suck that thing in :lol:

Yonexforever
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:38 AM
I think Mary Jo's blunder combined with Serena's fast match forcded ESPN to show this match tonight instead of tomorrow, or late late late tonight!
You noticed no one commented about it when they went back to Pam n Brad?
I dotn feel sorry for ESPN, they should NOT show matches out of sequence PERIOD!

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:41 AM
it was when they showed the bracket... or i have esp.
anyway, why are you so anti mary jo?
i honestly went straight to the tv, found out sharapova won before the mary jo interview and then went right to posting...

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:41 AM
exactly!!! :lol: and did you see her gut? Mary Jo needs to remember that she's on camera and suck that thing in :lol:
she JUST had a baby... you people are aweful. :rolleyes:
some people in this thread need to try to buy some class... fast

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:42 AM
No they did not...I watched the ticker during the Serena/Momo match and nothing...They left out the results when they showed th brackets so they must only show it to you...:rolleyes: or you are just a liar...:tape:
:lol: probably the latter, because I didn't see it either. Also, they would have put the winner in the brackets.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:43 AM
She was salivating to say, " You are playing Sharapova tomorrow a player who BEAT you in two big matches last year" while looking Serena in the eye...:rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Yeah, it seems she couldn't wait to say that. I noticed earlier on the Venus match, she refused to say anything positive about Venus. I'm so glad Mary Carrillo and Cliff called Serena's match.

Rocketta
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:43 AM
it was when they showed the bracket... or i have esp.
anyway, why are you so anti mary jo?
i honestly went straight to the tv, found out sharapova won before the mary jo interview and then went right to posting...
You must of imagined that Sharapova was the winner because they did not show the winner of that match when they put the bracket up there. I remember thinking that was weird as well.

SzavayFi
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:44 AM
Lol, Idiot woman, gotta love her :hug:

Mrs. Peel
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:45 AM
I remember it plainly being left out of the bracket as well....they were definitely trying to pass it off as STILL TO COME :rolleyes:

kabuki
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:47 AM
I've got it on TIVO. No mention of the Sharapova win.

Mary Joe :retard:

Yaanei
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:48 AM
Cam'ron Giles, please do not refer to women as female dogs. Thanks

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:51 AM
You must of imagined that Sharapova was the winner because they did not show the winner of that match when they put the bracket up there. I remember thinking that was weird as well.
must be my damn esp or that herbal tee :haha: ... i wasn't trying to stir shit in here, but i really somehow knew... maybe i just tuned them out and added my own commentary when they were showing the bracket. :tape: oh the things we do for our favorite players...

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:51 AM
it was when they showed the bracket... or i have esp.
anyway, why are you so anti mary jo?
i honestly went straight to the tv, found out sharapova won before the mary jo interview and then went right to posting...
Your imagination is running away with you hon, now you think you have ESP(N) :retard:...Fall back on the meds...:wavey:

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:52 AM
Cam'ron Giles, please do not refer to women as female dogs. Thanks
Only when they behave like rabbid ones...sorry...:wavey:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:54 AM
Your imagination is running away with you hon, now you think you have ESP(N) :retard:...Fall back on the meds...:wavey:
:lol:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:55 AM
Your imagination is running away with you hon, now you think you have ESP(N) :retard:...Fall back on the meds...:wavey:
um, i already admitted that it was my imagination, the esp thing was a joke... and i could prescibe a few meds for people who think venus has a slam in her just as easily as i could get some for having an equally as active imagination.

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 04:59 AM
um, i already admitted that it was my imagination, the esp thing was a joke... and i could prescibe a few meds for people who think venus has a slam in her just as easily as i could get some for having an equally as active imagination.Dear lord...now you think you are a doctor prescribing meds...Not to mention that you admitted drinking marijuana tea...you should'nt be mixing drugs...:retard:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:02 AM
Dear lord...now you think you are a doctor prescribing meds...:retard:
I'm a third year medical school student at emory... you want my transcript?

mishar
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:04 AM
Yeah, it seems she couldn't wait to say that. I noticed earlier on the Venus match, she refused to say anything positive about Venus. I'm so glad Mary Carrillo and Cliff called Serena's match.
During the Venus match Mary Joe said "Venus is all class on and off the court." I have it on tape and I checked it.

Why do some people need to see negativity when it's not there?:)

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:04 AM
um, i already admitted that it was my imagination, the esp thing was a joke... and i could prescibe a few meds for people who think venus has a slam in her just as easily as i could get some for having an equally as active imagination.
Way to turn it around to bash Venus, who had nothing to do with this thread. :rolleyes: You never cease to amaze me faboo.

peanuts
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:04 AM
Your imagination is running away with you hon, now you think you have ESP(N) :retard:...Fall back on the meds...:wavey:
:haha: :haha: oh men i can't believe you said that. so freaking funny!! :rolls:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:05 AM
Not to mention that you admitted drinking marijuana tea...you should'nt be mixing drugs...:retard:
not every herb is marijuana and very few herbs are used in drugs :retard:
:wavey:
i'm not afriad to admit that i made a mistake and that my imagination got the best of me, and i am really quite comfortable fending off your petty "insults" (i'll give you the benefit of the doubt here...)

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:06 AM
I'm a third year medical school student at emory... you want my transcript?
Seeing your transcript is one thing, writing a scrip is another as a third year med student. :cool:

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:06 AM
I'm a third year medical school student at emory... you want my transcript?
Doctor? Drinking weed tea? :scared:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:07 AM
During the Venus match Mary Joe said "Venus is all class on and off the court." I have it on tape and I checked it.

Why do some people need to see negativity when it's not there?:)
I'm talking about her tennis performance. Not her personality. :rolleyes:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:07 AM
Way to turn it around to bash Venus, who had nothing to do with this thread. :rolleyes: You never cease to amaze me faboo.
what's really funny is that in this very thread you brought up venus before i did... and she had nothing to do with this thread at that point... :wavey:
"you never cease to amaze me."

peanuts
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:08 AM
Dear lord...now you think you are a doctor prescribing meds...Not to mention that you admitted drinking marijuana tea...you should'nt be mixing drugs...:retard:
:haha: sorry faboo, its nothing personal. cam'ron is just too funny.

Cam'ron Giles
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:08 AM
not every herb is marijuana and very few herbs are used in drugs :retard:
:wavey:
i'm not afriad to admit that i made a mistake and that my imagination got the best of me, and i am really quite comfortable fending off your petty "insults" (i'll give you the benefit of the doubt here...)
Admit it...you have a drug problem...apeal to the board admins to start a support system for posters with substance abuse probs...:angel:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:09 AM
Seeing your transcript is one thing, writing a scrip is another as a third year med student. :cool:
i'll give you that ;)

peanuts
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:11 AM
Admit it...you have a drug problem...apeal to the board admins to start a support system for posters with substance abuse probs...:angel:
:haha: camron did it again. ok im off now.
i've had too much of this craziness :lol: thanks cam'rom for making me laugh so hard. :)

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:11 AM
what's really funny is that in this very thread you brought up venus before i did... and she had nothing to do with this thread at that point... :wavey:
"you never cease to amaze me."
What the hell are you talking about? If I did, it was something positive and the conversation must have been leading in that direction. Care to show some examples or are you just relying your esp or "herb" tea leaves?

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:11 AM
Admit it...you have a drug problem...apeal to the board admins to start a support system for posters with substance abuse probs...:angel:
:haha: you are making me laugh, but really... herbal tea is just a phase man... i promise. calms the nerves.
(chamomile)

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:12 AM
i'll give you that ;)
Okay so what did being a med student have to do with writing prescriptions? :retard:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:13 AM
What the hell are you talking about? If I did, it was something positive and the conversation must have been leading in that direction. Care to show some examples or are you just relying your esp or "herb" tea leaves?
you brought venus up to say something negative about mary jo.
are you people really so uncultured that you don't know that nearly all tee is, in fact, herbal? :retard:

kabuki
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:14 AM
you brought venus up to say something negative about mary jo.
are you people really so uncultured that you don't know that nearly all tee is, in fact, herbal? :retard:

"you people?" WTF is that supposed to mean?

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:14 AM
you brought venus up to say something negative about mary jo.
are you people really so uncultured that you don't know that nearly all tee is, in fact, herbal? :retard:
The key word is nearly and the negativity about Mary Jo had already started and the conversation did lead in that direction.

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:17 AM
Okay so what did being a med student have to do with writing prescriptions? :retard:
very little because i can't yet. but in one more semester i will be able to if i choose to. i was a little offended that cam said i was crazy to be thinking of myself as a doctor when in fact, i nearly am one and will soon be one. it wasn't brought up to change what i had said, but just to explain where i was coming from.

like if someone was in an argument and someone said "my gosh, what do you think you are? a lawyer?" the person responds with something like "well i'll be one as soon as i finish up the semester at yale..."

Leo_DFP
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:17 AM
Well at the beginning of the coverage, they did list the schedule of matches with Sharapova/Kuznetsova first before S.Williams/Mauresmo. So an observant viewer would have known that this Russian battle was on tape delay anyway. Plus, it says Live when it's live and it doesn't when it's not (brilliance :p). But yeah, she gave the result away. I thought that was funny. :lol:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:20 AM
very little because i can't yet. but in one more semester i will be able to if i choose to. i was a little offended that cam said i was crazy to be thinking of myself as a doctor when in fact, i nearly am one and will soon be one. it wasn't brought up to change what i had said, but just to explain where i was coming from.

like if someone was in an argument and someone said "my gosh, what do you think you are? a lawyer?" the person responds with something like "well i'll be one as soon as i finish up the semester at yale..."
Not quite, gotta take the bar first. ;)

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:20 AM
"you people?" WTF is that supposed to mean?
the people who do not know that almost all tee consumed on the planet is herbal... and that herbal does not mean "weed". i would have never thought this would be so difficult...
tee is the most consumed beverage in the world...
for christ's sake, lipton is herbal. i didn't think this knowledge was restricted to a select few.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:21 AM
the people who do not know that almost all tee consumed on the planet is herbal... and that herbal does not mean "weed". i would have never thought this would be so difficult...
tee is the most consumed beverage in the world...
for christ's sake, lipton is herbal. i didn't think this knowledge was restricted to a select few.
Duhhh faboo, we were fucking with you. :retard:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:23 AM
Duhhh faboo, we were fucking with you. :retard:
i'm relieved. really, i am. and i'm glad you can speak on the behalf of others, too.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:24 AM
when you graduate law school, you are a lawyer...
passing the bar heeds the ability to practice law.
Nope. When you graduate law school, you have a law degree. You become a lawyer when you pass the bar. Been there. ;)

kabuki
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:25 AM
the people who do not know that almost all tee consumed on the planet is herbal... and that herbal does not mean "weed". i would have never thought this would be so difficult...
tee is the most consumed beverage in the world...
for christ's sake, lipton is herbal. i didn't think this knowledge was restricted to a select few.

1) As far as I know, it's "tea"
2) I am clear on herbs and tea in general, chamomile, green, oolong, Earl Grey, whatever
3) If you do plan on being a doctor someday, you will probably have to deal with real-live patients. "You people" has a very negative connotation for many people, including me, and perhaps some of your future patients.

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:25 AM
Not quite, gotta take the bar first. ;)
wrong. you are a lawyer when you graduate law school. the bar exam merely heeds the ability to practice.

bar exam

n : an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction; "applicants may qualify to take the New York bar examination by graduating from an approved law school"; "he passed the bar exam on his third try"

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:25 AM
i'm relieved. really, i am. and i'm glad you can speak on the behalf of others, too.
It's not so much that I'm speaking for others, but I can tell when someone's chain is being yanked and you were just a really good candidate. You fell for it hook, line and sinker. I can tell because you go so upset. :p

JenFan75
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:27 AM
Stupid fucking bobble-head bitch.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:27 AM
wrong. you are a lawyer when you graduate law school. the bar exam merely heeds the ability to practice.

bar exam

n : an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction; "applicants may qualify to take the New York bar examination by graduating from an approved law school"; "he passed the bar exam on his third try"
Wrong, you merely gave the definition of "bar exam"...look up "lawyer". Please faboo, I am a lawyer, I know this one.

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:31 AM
1) As far as I know, it's "tea"
2) I am clear on herbs and tea in general, chamomile, green, oolong, Earl Grey, whatever
3) If you do plan on being a doctor someday, you will probably have to deal with real-live patients. "You people" has a very negative connotation for many people, including me, and perhaps some of your future patients.
k, thanks for the tip. i don't think i'll be keeping patients who think herbal tea has anything to do with weed... anyway i'm going to be doing surgery, so i won't be out there seeing patients just yet.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:34 AM
k, thanks for the tip. i don't think i'll be keeping patients who think herbal tea has anything to do with weed... anyway i'm going to be doing surgery, so i won't be out there seeing patients just yet.
Well, you're certainly developing the proper bed-side manner for a surgeon. ;)

Mrs. Peel
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:34 AM
Duhhh faboo, we were fucking with you. :retard:I can't beleive he hasn't grasped that...:tape:

Fabooo..statistics say that doctors best help their patients when they have a sense of humour :retard:

No one actually believed that your tea was marijuana...:unsure:

I got a bit worried about you when you started protesting so much....

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:35 AM
I can't beleive he hasn't grasped that...:tape:

Fabooo..statistics say that doctors best help their patients when they have a sense of humour :retard:

No one actually believed that your tea was marijuana...:unsure:

I got a bit worried about you when you started protesting so much....
Right???!!!! :lol:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:38 AM
Wrong, you merely gave the definition of "bar exam"...look up "lawyer". Please faboo, I am a lawyer, I know this one.

:eek:
then i guess it's pretty shocking that you don't know that there are things a lawyer can do without ever passing the bar exam while still holding the title of lawyer. a law school graduate is a lawyer. just as a medical school graduate is a doctor. medical school graduates who want to be able to practice in their jurisdiction have to pass "the boards." it's the same for law school graduates. they are lawyers by name and not yet by occupation.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:43 AM
:eek:
then i guess it's pretty shocking that you don't know that there are things a lawyer can do without ever passing the bar exam while still holding the title of lawyer. a law school graduate is a lawyer. just as a medical school graduate is a doctor. medical school graduates who want to be able to practice in their jurisdiction have to pass "the boards." it's the same for law school graduates. they are lawyers by name and not yet by occupation.
Obviously you refuse to look up the definition of "lawyer". Well, let me school you.

Lawyer: n. One whose profession is advising others in matters of law or representing them in lawsuits.

You CANNOT do either of these things WITHOUT passing the bar.

A law schoold graduate cannot do anymore than a paralegal. A law degree is useless without passing the bar, unless you want to be a highly educated paralegal.

:yawn: Now what??

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:48 AM
http://cancerweb.ncl.ac.uk/cgi-bin/omd?query=lawyer&action=Search+OMD

:tape:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:50 AM
http://cancerweb.ncl.ac.uk/cgi-bin/omd?query=lawyer&action=Search+OMD

:tape:
You're using a MEDICAL DICTIONARY to define "lawyer"?? :eek: :tape: :lol: Try, Black's Law Dicitonary, or even Websters.

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:52 AM
You're using a MEDICAL DICTIONARY to define "lawyer"?? :eek: :tape: :lol: Try, Black's Law Dicitonary, or even Websters.
i figured i'd go to the more qualified source :tape:
knew that would rile you up a bit...

clonesheep
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:55 AM
Mary Joe should win an award for being honest to the audiences. This is internet age, who did ESPN try to fool?

On that note, I also suggest that the inventer of the web should win a nobel peace prize for making the world a better place.

kabuki
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:56 AM
How can a thread about ESPN turns into a semantic discussion about what's really a lawyer. :eek: Who the fuck cares. Besides, there are several definitions of lawyer, one of them being just someone who has the education to give legal advices, others clearly implying you need to pass the bar to be one.

Well, alrighty then, Dr. Twocents Bagel. :lol:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 05:56 AM
http://www.angelfire.com/az/sthurston/Hiding_Behind_the_BAR.html
here... this one is kinder... scroll to the middle.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:03 AM
How can a thread about ESPN turns into a semantic discussion about what's really a lawyer. :eek: Who the fuck cares. Besides, there are several definitions of lawyer, one of them being just someone who has the education to give legal advices, others clearly implying you need to pass the bar to be one.
It's more than semantics, but being that either you don't care or you are just as ignorant on the subject as faboo, that's all it is to you. The point being, you can't give legal advice without passing the bar. :rolleyes: Faboo cares or he'd just concede that he's wrong.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:05 AM
http://www.angelfire.com/az/sthurston/Hiding_Behind_the_BAR.html
here... this one is kinder... scroll to the middle.
Yep, I was right again...

COUNSEL, v.t. [Latin. to consult; to ask, to assail.] 1. To give advice or deliberate opinion to another for the government of his conduct; to advise. - Webster's 1828 Dictionary.
LAWYER. A counselor; one learned in the law.

"Solicitor - one who petitions (initiates) for another in a court
Counselor - one who advises another concerning a court matter
Lawyer - [see counselor] learned in the law to advise in a court
Barrister - one who is privileged to plead at the bar
Advocate - one who pleads within the bar for a defendant
Attorney - one who transfers or assigns, within the bar, another's rights & property acting on behalf of the ruling crown (government)"


Can't do any of these things without being learned in the law and passing the bar.

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:06 AM
question: what do you call a medical school graduate or a resident who has not yet taken or passed their boards (which give them the ability to practice)?

oh, and did you even read the second link that i sent you? i would think that would be easy reading after all the reading they make law students do.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:08 AM
Well, alrighty then, Dr. Twocents Bagel. :lol:
:lol:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:10 AM
Oh really...? If you have the proper education, you can't tell a friend, a family member or someone else a legal advice. :retard:

But yeah, I do not care. But I love to prove people like you wrong.
Advising someone in the law without a license to practice law is illegal. People do it all of the time. It doesn't make it any less illegal. Heheh, you're the retard.

I love proving idiots like you wrong.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:14 AM
question: what do you call a medical school graduate or a resident who has not yet taken or passed their boards (which give them the ability to practice)?

oh, and did you even read the second link that i sent you? i would think that would be easy reading after all the reading they make law students do.
I knew this was about you being considered or called a doctor after graduating medical school. :lol: I don't know about doctors, it's not my profession. I don't call them anything. Med school and Law school are two different professions, with two different rules of practice. You can't compare the two. I'm not disputing that you can be called or considered a doctor after graduating med school and before passing your boards. After all, you have to intern and I believe do a residency. In this case, you have to practice medicine. However, in the case of being a lawyer, you cannot practice law and be considered a lawyer unless you pass the bar exam.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:15 AM
Oh please. Since when does having a conversation is illegal. :retard: You can inform someone about the law, just like someone who studied history can have a normal discussion with people about history.

:retard:
Advising someone legally is practicing law. This is not about discussing the law. Of course it's not illegal to discuss the law. Law students wouldn't be able to go to law school. :rolleyes: The conversation was about giving legal advice, or do you not know the difference? You're an idiot and you really need to stop before you make yourself look more stupid than you already are. :rolleyes:

You don't need a license to practice history. Good God.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:25 AM
IT DEPENDS OF WHAT DEFINITION YOU ARE USING. :rolleyes: JESUS. There are some who clearly imply you must pass the bar; others are just about the fact that you had a law education.
And can't you make a point without personal insults. :confused: I honestly feel sorry for you, you sound totally uneducated socially.
You still don't understand. I thought you were fairly reasonable, but I see that's not the case. Duhhh, all of the definitions say a lawyer gives counsel and I've said ad naseum that you cannot advise or give counsel without passing the bar. Jeez!! :rolleyes:

Regarding the personal insults, I believe you started them.

Oh really...? If you have the proper education, you can't tell a friend, a family member or someone else a legal advice. :retard:

But yeah, I do not care. But I love to prove people like you wrong.

I feel sorry for you, because it seems as if you don't get enough attention that you have to jump into a discussion that you say you don't give a "fuck" about, but continue to argue about just to try and prove someone wrong. It's futile in this situation, sir. This is my profession and has been for the last 15 years. I know something about it. Don't you think?

MarkyMark
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:43 AM
she JUST had a baby... you people are aweful. :rolleyes:
some people in this thread need to try to buy some class... fast

i totally agree , thanks for standing up to the plate and letting them have it. i think most on this board are between the ages of 10-14 yrs old, hence the retarded comments

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:48 AM
I guess you also need a dictionary to get what a personal insult is. :tape: Your constant immature name calling is.
What a hypocrite. :rolleyes:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:53 AM
Oh look, here's one example:

Lawyers in Thailand are not divided into barristers and solicitors, nor are they required to pass a bar examination as they would be in the United States.

Believe it or not, the world isn't only about the United States
The discussion wasn't about anywhere outside of the US, and I never claimed to know anything about the practice or non-practice of law outside of the US. Okay, you're right about Thailand. Feel better? :rolleyes:

Pathetic. :lol:

faboozadoo15
Jan 25th, 2005, 06:57 AM
i know it's long... but it would benefit you to read this.

http://www.angelfire.com/az/sthurston/Hiding_Behind_the_BAR.html

(3rd time posting).

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 07:00 AM
i know it's long... but it would benefit you to read this.

http://www.angelfire.com/az/sthurston/Hiding_Behind_the_BAR.html

(3rd time posting).
I read it faboozadoo. It might benefit you to re-read it to understand it better. The author is merely distinguishing between the titles or names and the types of practices. I do or have done all of the below.

""Solicitor - one who petitions (initiates) for another in a court
Counselor - one who advises another concerning a court matter
Lawyer - [see counselor] learned in the law to advise in a court
Barrister - one who is privileged to plead at the bar
Advocate - one who pleads within the bar for a defendant
Attorney - one who transfers or assigns, within the bar, another's rights & property acting on behalf of the ruling crown (government)"


IN THE U.S., you need to pass the bar to do any and all of these things.

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 07:02 AM
Does life stickly revolve around the USA?
For my practice it does. :retard:

Denise4925
Jan 25th, 2005, 07:12 AM
Let's say in France you need a special license to be an history teacher... If you are an history teacher here and move in France, do you stop being an history teacher because you haven't got your license there. :confused: Maybe legally you wouldn't be able to work, but you got the education to be considered as one.

Just like, if you move to another country and you don't have a visa to work, legally maybe you can't work, but that doesn't mean you aren't anymore a teacher, a singer or whatever.
I never said that once you pass the bar one place and go to another where you don't have a license to practice, that you are no longer a lawyer. We were talking about law school grads who have not passed the bar, not already established lawyers. :rolleyes:

You are never going to concede are you?

tennischick
Jan 25th, 2005, 07:24 AM
she JUST had a baby... you people are aweful. :rolleyes:
some people in this thread need to try to buy some class... fastshe did not "just" have a baby.