Julius Quasar
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7:59 AM - Dec 27, 2010 #11

Thanks, both of you. I'll work as an armed night watchman, but in my spare time, hopefully I'll write a bestseller novel someday.
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2:49 AM - Dec 28, 2010 #12

My dad should have stayed in a @#$%ing convalescent hospital after his surgery, but NNNNOOOOOO, that would be too convenient for us. He HAD to ruin Christmas for us, and my stupid lazy retarded pig of an aunt encouraged him to fight us regarding putting him in a convalescent hospital, where he would've had a multi-person staff caring for him 24/7. Instead, he came home, and my mom and I have to care for him, and my stupid aunt hasn't lifted a finger to help, despite being retired. And my idiot judgmental pig-nazi cop oldest sister did more harm than good coming down here to "help". She also fought us against putting dad in a convalescent hospital. My other sister barely helped at all. If these stupid "friends" of dad's, and relatives of ours are gonna give us flak about putting him in a C.H., then they should come over and help care for him. Those stupid @$$holes (my second oldest sister is okay, but my oldest sister the cop is still a stupid @$$hole).

Also, for those of you who want to be a lawyer, a paralegal, or even a public notary...

DON'T DO IT!

It's no wonder my dad had a triple bypass. A dozen judges in LA County have had to have it withing the past 10 years or less, 2 dozen lawyers have gone through it....the job of attorney, regardless of what kind, is LETHAL! A real widow-maker. It's nothing like you see on TV, and the stereotypical rich lawyer you hear of is extremely rare. You'd have to sell your soul and life away to a large law firm, whom will work you 24/7 until you keel over dead. No social life, no nothing.

I get stressed out enough working at that law office of my dad's, and I'm only a receptionist. The next @#$% who suggests I be a lawyer like my dad, I'm gonna break his stupid head open with a tire iron. :troll:
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6:58 AM - Dec 28, 2010 #13

At least he is alive right?
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7:02 AM - Dec 28, 2010 #14

Radigal wrote:At least he is alive right?
Yeah...driving us all crazy though. I was warned by a few people that heart surgery patients are like that.
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7:05 AM - Dec 28, 2010 #15

Just count your blessings is all I can say, losing a parent is not easy at any age.
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7:15 AM - Dec 28, 2010 #16

Radigal wrote:Just count your blessings is all I can say, losing a parent is not easy at any age.
Thanks.

No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.
No TV and no beer make Julius go crazy.

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7:16 AM - Dec 28, 2010 #17

count 8 :troll: lmao
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6:45 PM - Dec 28, 2010 #18

Radigal wrote: count 8 :troll: lmao
Very good!

God, I can't wait to move on with my life. My dad's making a fast recovery, so by next month, before he goes running off to Hawaii with that twin brother of his (who's comping the trip, btw), I'm gonna force him to close down his law practice and retire, for his own good. My uncle says that Hawaii is actually cheaper to live in than the Commie-fornia Republic (who knew?). 4.5% sales tax, vs. CA state's 10% sales tax.....sounds about right. >=]

My parents may be forced to sell our house and move. They'll need to move to a retiree friendly state. I guess I myself will move to Seattle, WA. and be a detective....or do something like that.
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10:02 PM - Dec 28, 2010 #19

hmm....so If i am charged for murder......can I call you to bail me out? >:}
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5:39 AM - Dec 29, 2010 #20

Radigal wrote:hmm....so If i am charged for murder......can I call you to bail me out? >:}
Well, that's a job for a bail bondsman and a criminal defense attorney. A Private Detective can find out if a spouse is cheating on you, find out who stole that valuable item(s) of yours from you, find someone who skipped out on payments towards you...stuff like that.
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