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  1. did he pronounce it "kee-TOM"???

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  2. Loser.

    If youve ever had this clown in a case, you know his danger to his clients.

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  3. Well I guess if you're the King of the Coral Gables District Courthouse Stripmall and Fishing License Application Headquarters and Parking Ticket Payment Processing Center you should use a proper English accent when mispronouncing qui tam.

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  4. Haters gonna' hate.

    At least he pronounced "qui" like "key." If he had pronounced it "kwee" or "coo-ee," it would have been more objectionable.

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  5. I don't hate him, it's snark, which is what the comments section of this blog is well known for.

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  6. the same person always comes to his defense when we mock him. They always call us "haters". I wasn't sure that term was still relevant, but regardless, I bet it is his office manager or one of those other attorneys at his office "learning" from him. lol.

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  7. I do not think the American flag in the background is being treated with proper respect

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  8. What a man, what a man, what a mighty fine man...

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  9. Spencer reminds me of Pee-Wee Herman.

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  10. "US Department of Justice, how may I direct your call?"

    SA: Eric Holder please.

    ReceptionistL: Who may I say is calling?

    SA: SPENCER ARRONFELD

    Recpt: what is this in reference to?

    SA: The law firm of Spencer Arronfeld is currently partnering with the US Department of Justice on several whistle blower lawsuits to bring medicaid fraudsters to justice. If you know someone who has committed medicaid fraud, you may be entitled to a cash reward....

    (from upstairs)

    SPENCER.....SPENCER....are you playing on the phone again?

    SA: MA! Would ya? I'm on a business call here.

    Mother Arronfeld: Spencer, I've told you not to play on the phone. Please hang up. Mother is awaiting a phone call from her chiropodist.

    SA: to receptionist: I have another client waiting, just tell Eric Spencer from Miami called about the Qui Tam cases and he needs to get back to me and if he comes to town I will buy him lunch at Chicken Kitchen.

    Mother Arronfeld: SPENCER! pUT DOWN THAT PHONE THIS INSTANT OR I WILL COME DOWN THERE.

    SA: MA!!!

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  11. "Ma..the meatloaf!!

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