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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    I remember when I used to be a person, now I'm just some weird zombie-like thing that always looks sleep deprived. I don't want to be Kristen Stewart!
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
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    Hilarious
    Yes often at depositions the deponent often get over technical in a definition in order to be evasive or otherwise unhelpful to the opposition. Often the attorney will couch the client or friendly witness and deponent will take the advise to a too far extreme.

    In small doses this could have a tactical advantage but in general the deponent in this instance comes off in the written transcript as a smartass. The deponents attorney's objections are mostly BS. He did a bad job.

    However I thought the deposing attorney did a good job with the exception for getting mad (which may or may not have happened in the real instance and was only included in the dramatization). The attorney giving the deposition made a good record which could really backfire on the deponent with sanctions for a motion to compel or if it had gone to jury trial would likely have ticked off the jury.

    At the end of the clip it said the matter never went to trial. This came off as if the whole process was a waste. However this is the norm rather than the exception. Most matters settle or are otherwise resolved before going to trial.
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    This guy just really loudly stated that he has poor bladder control...thanks bro I've always wondered but was too shy to ask.

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    Apparently if you go to the meat counter at whole foods you can get the chicken scraps for free like the heart and liver, my roommate does that on occasion as a treat for her dog
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Apparently if you go to the meat counter at whole foods you can get the chicken scraps for free like the heart and liver, my roommate does that on occasion as a treat for her dog
    You can get sooo much free stuff from Whole Foods if you're willing to ask/be annoying about it.
    /former employee

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    Mites are the fastest critters on the planet (distance covered per unit time per unit body length). I've suspected this for decades and it feels great to be proven right.
    If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.

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