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Except, of course, that Mr. Kasowitz actually owned up to his poor behavior and judgment.

Can a lawyer be sanctioned for making terroristic threats?
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Mr. Kasowitz responded with four obscenity-laced emails in 33 minutes, according to ProPublica. He gave a phone number, demanded that the man call him and told him to “watch his back.”

“I already know where you live, I’m on you,” the last email said. “You will see me. I promise.”

ProPublica said the man was so unnerved by the threat that he contacted the F.B.I.

Mr. Sitrick said on Thursday that Mr. Kasowitz intended to apologize to the email writer. “While no excuse, the email came at the end of a very long day that at 10 p.m. was not yet over,” Mr. Sitrick said.

He quoted Mr. Kasowitz as saying, “The person sending that email is entitled to his opinion, and I should not have responded in that inappropriate manner.” Mr. Kasowitz added, “This is one of those times where one wishes he could reverse the clock, but of course I can’t.”


https://www.nytimes.com/...il-trump-lawyer.html

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Except, of course, that Mr. Kasowitz actually owned up to his poor behavior and judgment.

Can a lawyer be sanctioned for making terroristic threats?
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Mr. Kasowitz responded with four obscenity-laced emails in 33 minutes, according to ProPublica. He gave a phone number, demanded that the man call him and told him to “watch his back.”

“I already know where you live, I’m on you,” the last email said. “You will see me. I promise.”

ProPublica said the man was so unnerved by the threat that he contacted the F.B.I.

Mr. Sitrick said on Thursday that Mr. Kasowitz intended to apologize to the email writer. “While no excuse, the email came at the end of a very long day that at 10 p.m. was not yet over,” Mr. Sitrick said.

He quoted Mr. Kasowitz as saying, “The person sending that email is entitled to his opinion, and I should not have responded in that inappropriate manner.” Mr. Kasowitz added, “This is one of those times where one wishes he could reverse the clock, but of course I can’t.”


https://www.nytimes.com/...il-trump-lawyer.html

Possibilities:

A) He's still a drunk and was lit up.

B) He is too stupid or arrogant for words? Could be arrogant...I doubt he's stupid.

C) He's looking for a way to excuse himself from representing Trump on this issue and so he created his own excuse to hit the exit.

Others?
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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It's gonna be a long four years for you. bro.

Edit to add: It's a bit odd, being old enough to habitually double space after punctuation, and referring to someone as "Bro."

"Canada is like a lofty apartment over a really great party" Robin Williams
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [sphere] [ In reply to ]
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sphere wrote:
It's gonna be a long four years for you. bro.

I have to give a lot of the anti-Trumpers credit for their remarkable endurance. Based on the initial levels of outrage, I figured there was no way that they could keep that pace much beyond inauguration day... but, here we are.

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sphere wrote:
It's gonna be a long four years for you. bro.

Edit to add: It's a bit odd, being old enough to habitually double space after punctuation, and referring to someone as "Bro."


I keep trying to debate whether you should or should not double space. I like the break between sentences. It helps me skim and read faster. Thesmallerthebreakstheharderitistoreadquickly.WithoutthatextraspaceIcan'tseewhereyoustartedanewthought.

ETA - I also am not sure I have ever used bro in a sentence. So there is that too.

We are so fucked.
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [DieselPete] [ In reply to ]
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He was loaded. Distilled to his gills. Three sheets to the wind. Snookered. Hammered. Slammed.

That is the words of a drunk man.
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [burnman] [ In reply to ]
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Are you really surprised that he is that hated? The hate for a president never dies out.
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [DieselPete] [ In reply to ]
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Possibilities:


A) He's still a drunk and was lit up.


B) He is too stupid or arrogant for words? Could be arrogant...I doubt he's stupid.


C) He's looking for a way to excuse himself from representing Trump on this issue and so he created his own excuse to hit the exit.


Others?


He's a thug and used to getting his way.


In that way, he's nothing like Trump.

You're such a Trump ball washer! - Duffy - Feb 8, 17 13:18
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [j p o] [ In reply to ]
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You have a hard time distinguishing between sentences without extra spaces being added in between?

You must be old, bro.

"Canada is like a lofty apartment over a really great party" Robin Williams
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [j p o] [ In reply to ]
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j p o wrote:
sphere wrote:
It's gonna be a long four years for you. bro.

Edit to add: It's a bit odd, being old enough to habitually double space after punctuation, and referring to someone as "Bro."


I keep trying to debate whether you should or should not double space. I like the break between sentences. It helps me skim and read faster. Thesmallerthebreakstheharderitistoreadquickly.WithoutthatextraspaceIcan'tseewhereyoustartedanewthought.

ETA - I also am not sure I have ever used bro in a sentence. So there is that too.

My grammar Nazi cousin (and my not-so-much wife) are trying to convince me to forego the extra space. I'll take it into advisement.

I did nail my wife on an Oxford comma error lately, though.

Never called anyone "bro," not even one of my real brothers.

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sphere wrote:
You have a hard time distinguishing between sentences without extra spaces being added in between?

You must be old, bro.

I generally only read about every 4th sentence. Breaks help. And my bi-focal contacts really helped.

Now stop being so damn lazy and hit the space bar twice. Fucking kids.

We are so fucked.
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I did nail my wife on an Oxford comma error lately, though.

Is that like The Liberator, but for nerds?



"Canada is like a lofty apartment over a really great party" Robin Williams
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I did nail my wife on an Oxford comma error lately, though.


Is that like The Liberator, but for nerds?



We are so fucked.
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Where do you people find out about this stuff?

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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [j p o] [ In reply to ]
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FTW!

"Canada is like a lofty apartment over a really great party" Robin Williams
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I keep trying to debate whether you should or should not double space. I like the break between sentences. It helps me skim and read faster.


I learned to read and write Thai and one of the difficulties, other than learning a new alphabet (with 44 consonants, 24 vowels and tone marks) is that there are no spaces between letters. The places of vowels can also be in front, above, below or to the right of a consonant so not having a space means it is difficult to determine if the vowel is the end of a word or the beginning of the next.





You're such a Trump ball washer! - Duffy - Feb 8, 17 13:18
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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But Obama/Clinton...There I said it so we can get that out of the way.
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [klehner] [ In reply to ]
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What do you mean 'you people'? #slowtwitchLRlivesmatterbitch
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [JD21] [ In reply to ]
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What do you mean 'you people'?



You're such a Trump ball washer! - Duffy - Feb 8, 17 13:18
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [Tibbsy] [ In reply to ]
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Tibbsy wrote:
He was loaded. Distilled to his gills. Three sheets to the wind. Snookered. Hammered. Slammed.

Tight, is an oldie but goody.
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burnman wrote:
sphere wrote:
It's gonna be a long four years for you. bro.


I have to give a lot of the anti-Trumpers credit for their remarkable endurance. Based on the initial levels of outrage, I figured there was no way that they could keep that pace much beyond inauguration day... but, here we are.

Not hard to do when you have a president that continually pours gas on the fire.
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [ThisIsIt] [ In reply to ]
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Tight! Excellent. Tall is also a great oldie
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [Sanuk] [ In reply to ]
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Sanuk wrote:
What do you mean 'you people'?



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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [sphere] [ In reply to ]
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The words "Moisture-Proof Liner". Gross.
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Re: Like Trump, like lawyer [ThisIsIt] [ In reply to ]
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"T.I.T., tight" said in hammered voice. Had a friend that always said he was going to get TIT, tight tonight.
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