Sokolowski & Attorneys
Don D 9,834 Posts
I've noticed that quite a few of James' posts recently are little more than advertisements for participants to enlist the aid of one of the attorneys who pays the Forum to send them business. It's one thing to give opinion and advice based on HR experience; however, it seems quite another to simply suggest that the poster contact one of the attorneys who pays to have referrals from M. Lee Smith by posting blue-links to the list of attorneys. I have no problem with it, but, let's be sure to accept it for what it is, simply business. x:-)
And if they're going to call a lawyer, you're darn tootin' I'm going to suggest the National Employers Counsel Network. x:D (For those who aren't familiar with it, NECN consists of the law firms in all 50 states that write our Employment Law Letters. [url]http://www.hrhero.com/necn/[/url]).
For the record, I mentioned NECN on the Forum four times in the past three months. Five, counting this message.
Did I really say "darn tootin'"? #-o
What's up, James? Did you visit your doctor like they say in the commercials?
I am not totally sure how I feel about the change. I kind of liked it when you would just appear like the voice of God to render a ruling and then vanish for weeks at a time.
I hesitate to say this but these days... its like your one of us. And that scares me and should scare you.
>I hadn't noticed the increase in attorney
>referrals but I have noticed that James has been
>participating more, cracking jokes, letting his
>hair down, and having more fun.
James has hair?
Parabeagle, no comment.
No worries. The Good Book says "Bad company corrupts good character." Its not your fault you were assigned to babysit us.
Aren't you from the Bible Belt? Which notch?
1. Are you depraved?
2. Are you open to bribery?
3. Can your honesty be questioned?
4. Are you perverted?
5. Are you susceptible to moral decay?
A yes answer to any one of these questions, will qualify you as a corrupt chap. Good work Forumites. We finally drove James to a twisted state of mind.
Have we gone full circle yet?
Now, is it reasonable to assume that at some point he may cross a line and we will have to actually alert him about his own behavior?