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My take:  botched hip implants are the new bounce houses.

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  1. It's HIP to be Spencer.....

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  2. It's Spencer's world and we're all just living in it.

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  3. Go back to Scott Diamond PLEASE!

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  4. It's Dimond, not Diamond. I appreciate the shout-out, though.

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  5. Woo Hoo! Aronfeld's back! Thanks SFL.

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  6. So real lawyer and good guy Scott Dimond gets 18 hours on the blog and now we are back to this turd and his video blogs?

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  7. Love both Dimond and Aronfeld. But have to show Aronfeld some respect. How many attorneys have their own building with their name on it? Have created an enormously successful non-profit? Written several books? Been on all the major networks?

    Being a successful attorney is a holistic endeavor. Both Dimond and Aronfeld excel in their own unique ways.

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  8. Aronfeld slurpers are everywhere. I wonder if they get free coffee for posting nice comments about him...

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  9. I think Aronfelds mom has a hip problem? Not sure but maybe there are some videos or blogs about it. Maybe that is why he cares

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  10. aronfield is an unmitigated asshole.he was recently on the 5th floor of the courthouse trying to brown nose everyone introducing his new black law clerk. everyone laughed at him after he left, including the judge.

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  11. Maybe one day he'll pay what he owes to people. Many people. And not his landlord for $7000/mo for the house (yes rented) and $2000/ mo for the car Gee. 31 employees in an 8 person firm in 3 years. How to start your own law firm....um. Not his way

    March 15, 2014 at 2:22 AM

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