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Postby atticus » Sat Apr 27, 2013 3:55 pm

atticus is a lawyer.

He has been here since 2007.

He does not advise by pm.

His favourite case is Rylands v Fletcher.

He does not suffer fools or trolls gladly.

His favourite film is The Blues Brothers. Or is it Diva?

His favourite band is not Coldplay.

He does not admire Ed Balls.

He is teaching himself to play the mandolin.

And that is all you need to know.
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Re: Atticus

Postby landlordnightmare » Sat Apr 27, 2013 5:18 pm

atticus wrote:His favourite film is The Blues Brothers. Or is it Diva?


Oh that is a difficult one. I would go Diva.

atticus wrote:His favourite band is not Coldplay.


Just as well.

atticus wrote:He does not admire Ed Balls.


Does anybody? Even Yvette Cooper?

atticus wrote:He is teaching himself to play the mandolin.


Impressive. When are you uploading to iTunes? Do let us know!
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Re: Atticus

Postby BoJangles » Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:45 pm

atticus wrote:atticus is a lawyer.
He has been here since 2007.
He does not advise by pm.
His favourite case is Rylands v Fletcher.
His favourite film is The Blues Brothers. Or is it Diva?
His favourite band is not Coldplay.
He does not admire Ed Balls.
He is teaching himself to play the mandolin.


Ohhh I like these sort of things 8-)

BoJangles is not a lawyer
She has been here since 2008 - remember atti as a reg number that slowly decreased over the years to two letters ;) :lol: :lol:
She does chat on the pm system to those she knows well through the forum!
Her favourite case is BBC v HarperCollins
Hmmm her favourite films are, hmmmm mainly comedy - meet the fockers, national lampoons but I did enjoy the black night!
She loves a variety of music old and new, prolly would say I am a Stevie Nicks fan if I had to pick :?
She does not like the artist Lionel Richie.
She does not admire....hmmmm.....hmmmmmm *thinks*....*still thinking*
She would like to go on a plastering course but fears they are going to say she is too short :?

Atti wrote:And that is all you need to know.


Such a party pooper :lol: :lol:
Note: I am not a lawyer...just learnt a fair bit on that hideous road called litigation
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Re: Atticus

Postby Boo » Sun Apr 28, 2013 10:59 am

atticus wrote:atticus is a lawyer.

He has been here since 2007.

He does not advise by pm.

His favourite case is Rylands v Fletcher.

His favourite film is The Blues Brothers. Or is it Diva?

His favourite band is not Coldplay.

He is a Belieber.

He does not admire Ed Balls.

He is teaching himself to play the mandolin.

And that is all you need to know.


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Re: Atticus

Postby zebedee » Mon Apr 29, 2013 9:41 am

Sir Atticus may have the reputation but I guess the sisters are yearning for those heartthrob looks.
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Re: Atticus

Postby Smouldering Stoat » Mon Apr 29, 2013 9:47 am

Wasn't Atticus Finch American? Pretty sure he didn't have a knighthood...
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Re: Atticus

Postby zebedee » Mon Apr 29, 2013 10:00 am

His position has been suitably anglicised and bolstered.

He strides this forum like a colossus, fully worthy of his monicker, that "fine lawyer", he. Well, that what Dls once said, anyway.
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Re: Atticus

Postby Smouldering Stoat » Mon Apr 29, 2013 10:11 am

I'm sure he's grateful for those warm words.

I've met Ed Balls a couple of times, he's actually far more likeable in real life than his reputation would suggest. I'd rather not get on the wrong side of him, however.

There are far worse politicians. I was once called a "malevolent, obnoxious little prick" by someone who was later forced to resign from the Cabinet for fiddling his expenses* and a "jumped-up, pathetic jobsworth" by someone who was imprisoned for the same offence.**

* I'd successfully objected to his application to register to vote.
** I made him buy a train ticket.
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Re: Atticus

Postby landlordnightmare » Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:43 pm

Oh, are we now playing 'Whose in the bag'?

Great! You are a ticket inspector on the trains :?: :D
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Re: Atticus

Postby landlordnightmare » Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:43 pm

Oh, are we now playing 'Whose in the bag'?

Great! You are a ticket inspector on the trains :?: :D
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