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  • I don't mean to sound like an idiot, so I'm sorry if I do – but I don't see how Vic's lawyer coming on this podcast (which has already been quoted in the case) and calling people fucking douchebags can help Vic. I feel like it could only hurt the case. I'm sure the judge wouldn't like to hear one of the lawyers goes on the internet and calls everyone stupid and douchebags during an ongoing case in his courtroom. I could be wrong, I'm not a lawyer and I don't know how this stuff works. All I'm saying is I feel like the optics aren't very good, and honestly it makes be cringe a bit. I also don't see how saying what the defense could do is good for Vic. I don't think it's helpful to show your entire gameplan and where there are weaknesses in the case – especially when you confirmed 100% they watch. Again, I don't know how this shit works so I could be completely wrong and I apologize if I'm completely off base for saying it – I just really really really want Vic to win and I just don't get a good feeling from this type of thing happening. This type of behavior seems like something a judge would not want to hear about, and I'd imagine they'd want the lawyers who come to their courtroom acting mature when discussing the case outside of the courtroom. I hope I'm wrong, I really do.

  • A short while back I was thinking of the whole Mensa thing. Glad I didn’t go for it. I don’t believe I have an issue with pretentiousness, but I hate it and being anything close to associated with it. Think Mensa would have caused me undue stress if I were regularly reminded of its existence.

    But… if I’m ever bored, I might go for it just to get that magazine.

    Also, Ty summarized the issue extremely well. “The ability to score improbably highly on standardized tests has not in any way, as best I can tell, translated into high levels of competence.”

  • Ty: “Please represent her. PLEASE represent her. Because I’ll enjoy this.”

    What I hear: “Fun isn’t something one considers when picking up clients and representing them in court. But this? This, DOES put a smile on my face. Heh heh heh.”

  • Love Ty and Nick! They’re wonderful, intelligent individuals. I just wish Ty would stop talking over Nick. It’s disrespectful to your host and friend. You’re too good for that, Ty.

  • Here's the brilliant thing about the "piece of shit" statement. If you bring that up on court, they will be forced to acknowledge that they're being metaphorical rather than literal, and then they'll be forced to explain what they mean. And if they can't back it up, then the statement is defamatory. But take my points with a grain of salt. I'm not a lawyer.