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"There's Nothing Funny About a Broken Humerus!"

Truer words.

The bucolic rush-hour setting, filled with traffic, loud street noises, and even a cyclist whizzing by, adds a nice cinéma vérité touch.


  1. Is his office on the same highway as the bunker?

  2. Pinstripes- classic.

  3. No more fed ct footage? What gives.

  4. Did he hand his card to the bicyclist?

  5. Inagodadavida Shumie.

  6. CUT ! spencer, bubbla. You can't say you're a "passenger cruise ship attorney " because that means that you represent passenger cruise ships which you don't. Let's get re-write in here and change the script and we will take it from the top.
    Get Tom on the phone. I want a Porsche and a white vette to be the first two cars that whizz by and then I want the Ferrari when he is about done. Also, let's go with the blonde walking the poodle across the street. Ok. Places everyone. Let's take it from the top ...

  7. Each time I read a post about someone who has passed away, I am deeply saddened, that it is not Bernie.

  8. Best comments always come from SA posts. Keep em coming south Florida.

  9. Couldn't get into the REN (a venue) all weekend. Sold out. Home made mortadella and the grass fed Kobe sliders were a big hit on Valentine's day.

  10. A humerus a tibia and a rabbi walk into a bar ... Stop me if you've heard this one.

  11. No soup for you !!!!


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