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Your Umbrella Is Trying to Kill You.

I'm not an expert in Spanish but I think what Spencer is trying to say here is that his umbrella is a dangerous instrumentality and you should therefore run inside (but not near stairs or escalators) and stay the hail out of the rain.

Or something like that?


  1. Spencer, spencer when will you be mine!

  2. Spencer starred in his 5th grade play of mary poppins and he hasn't liked umbrellas since.

  3. All at once now: "It's Spencer's world and we're all just living in it. "

  4. I can't take this guy other than to imagine him as a character on Better Call Saul - how great would it be to have SA cameo on the show?

    He could be competing with Saul for a case - the plot could include mud wrestling, a proxy fight by their runners and a pop Spanish quiz.

    Could be really good stuff. A lot of potential.

    SA could use the catch phrase "Always call Aronfeld!"

  5. @11:17 am

    I bet spenser believes that.

    What if SFL, Guestblogger and Godwhacker are the same person, suffering from multiple personality disorder?

  6. @12:48

    And what if you are just another one of those personalities manifesting?

    What if we're all just a dream, a hologram, a canard, a figment of someone's imagination?

    Let's get metaphysical!

  7. Thanks for broadcasting Spencer's reality show!

  8. This video will be Exhibit A when someone slips and falls in his office building!

  9. Aronfield is an flaming asshole and displays to the public attorneys in their worst possible light.

  10. My Cuban husband laughed his ass off when I showed him this.


  11. He should be arrested for the way he butchers my ancestor's native language.

  12. Rain drops keep falling on my head... but that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turning red!


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