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Thought Bubble: "I Can't Wait to Sue Pitbull"!


Also, I'd rather be tarred, feathered, and forced to parade down Flagler than step foot in a floating "Margaritaville" -- but obviously they are not marketing to dyspeptic contrarians.

Speaking of dyspeptic contrarians, congrats to the man who pretty much invented the phrase:


No, not Ann B. Davis, but Alvin B. Davis!



Sheesh, who spell checks this crappy blog, anyways?

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  1. This guy has never tried a maritime case.

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  2. What do Pitbul and Spencer have in common? Talk amongst yourselves.

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  3. Dear Mr. Aronfeld. Please be advised you are NOT welcome on any property of Norwegian Cruise Lines including the parking lot. Furthermore, our cruises are not dangerous. But you are waling on thin ice. As we say in Miami "Muy peligroso". Have a nice day.

    Dear NCL:
    Can't you give a brother a break? I'm just hustling for the flow. Ask Pitbull. It's all good bro.
    SA.

    Dear Mr. Aronfeld:
    To the best of our knowledge we are not consanguinally related. As a reminder, stay off of our property.
    NCL.

    Dear NCL:
    Lets think big here for a moment. Margaritaville on a cruise ship?
    How about "Spencer's INN"? Think Lucy from Peanuts as the shrink, only more than 5 cents. A floating law office to advise your passengers on safety and the law. Remember, Nixon went to China and it worked for him...for a while anyway.
    Best regards.
    SA

    Dear Mr. Aronfeld:
    This letter will serve as official notice that your correspondence constitutes harassment under Florida law and should you continue to send us mail, email, text messages, and you-tube videos we will have no recourse but to seek redress in the courts of Florida you profess to know so well. Kindly act accordingly. Yours, etc,
    NCL.

    Dear NCL:
    Why can't we all get along? Rodney King said this and inspired a generation. And I have a dream, that someday my children with play with the children of NCL in world free of burdensome arbitration agreements, where lawyers reap the rewards of a bloated and unsafe industry preying on fat tourists from Iowa and Milwaukee. Please, we can work this out. I'm think on the decks of one of your ships, a video, me, a loaf of bread, a jug of margaritas, and you.
    Tell me you're in.
    Love
    SA.


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  4. Home run Spencer's World!

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  5. "Hi, I'm Spencer Douchebag. I'm in the Surgical Waiting Area of Mt. Sinai Hospital where my daughter is having her appendix taken out. We at Douchebag Trial Lawyers wish her a successful surgery and a speedy recovery. But safe and speedy recoveries are not always attained. If you feel that medical malpractice was committed in the doors behind me, call us for a free consultation. I'll give you a quick injection of Spencer Justice. Remember that any lawyer that "Queiro ser tu Abogado" shouldn't do a shitty commercial from the confines of a tv studio. Only a true lawyer takes out his iphone and films a shitty commerical from the streets. Now I have to go down to the ER, because I just heard on my police scanner that there was a rear end collision on I495 and they are en route. I heard there may be a strained/sprained back and neck coming in."

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  6. haters gotta hate.

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  7. I'm not often envious of writers.

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  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZdi-oZU7NY

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  9. Spencer doesn't go to trail for maritime cases... he settles them.

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  10. Spencer can and will go to trial on behalf of his clients. He has brought down some of the biggest names in cruise ships and south florida for his clients.

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