Posted by JamesJay at dialup-220.127.116.11.dial1.stamford1.level3.net on August 07, 2001 at 19:49:43:
I'm happy to announce that not all of us people in the legal profession are raging assholes. Over the past few weeks I have been able to convince a bunch of associates to go check out "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back." Since many of the attorneys in our little firm have just recently acquired DVD players, I more than happily lent out "Clerks", "Chasing Amy" & "Dogma". (I lent out "Mallrats" to another associates today as the coup de grace.)
Ever since I turned into the firm's personal entertainment library/whore, all of Kevin's movies have been in circulation for the past two weeks. Meaning a good four or five associates are passing on the movies to other associates before my DVDs are returned. After thinking about it for a while, I decided to pitch the idea of a "Jay and Silent Bob" after hours get together with a couple of the guys/girls at the firm. Since I started this en masse lending spree, I've walked into my office greeted with raucous pronouncements such as: "37??", "Faster than Walt Flanagan's Dog", "I manually masturbate caged animals", "That chick is a slot, BONG" and "I bet it feels good pointing out the shortcomings of others." that I figured it wuold be safe to invite some of the more conservative (read: crusty fucks) attorneys along.
They fucking loved the idea.
I'm glad that some latecomers are becoming fans of a truly original/funny series. I'm also glad because I'm the newest guy at the firm, and all my margaritas/Coronas are being paid for.
So I'd just like to thank Kevin heartily for indirectly starting me down the path of chronic alcoholism and depression.
Wbo said that film-makers couldn't negatively influence their audience? I'm soon to be living proof!!
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