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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

By that I mean the phone calls are dropping off, email traffic is way down, the orders are dwindling to a halt, motions for extension are being happily requested and granted, depositions and hearings are being scheduled for mid to late January (at the earliest), you just finished attending the 19th holiday party, the break room is filled with food and drink from clients and colleagues not the least bit consistent with your new "healthy" lifestyle, and no one really feels like working anymore.

Yes Virginia, there really is a (white) Santa Claus!


  1. Spencer's WorldDecember 19, 2013 at 4:02 PM

    Not at our office where depos, interrogatories and trial prep are non stop thru 12-24 10pm.

  2. Happy whatever it is you celebrate SFL!

  3. No doubt dude is a Jew - but I forgive him.

  4. happy holidays SFL, thanks for making this a place i enjoy coming to every day!!!

  5. What? Christmas? I'm too busy tying my husband to our Festivus poll for that!

  6. GW - isn't your husband's pole named Festivus?

  7. It doesn't really have a name, although if I were to give it one I'd call it "Cuban Missile Crisis."

    "Come on honey, let's play Yankee Invasion!"

  8. Cool war sex games? Why am I not surprised?

  9. If you want to keep it interesting over the millennia you have to mix it up.

    Castro's beard can be so tickely!


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