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  • Make sure you wait until AFTER you win.

    Submitted by snowman87 on Oct 13, 12 at 1:51pm
  • Has she asked you to rise for judge naughty?

    Submitted by dmoney1234 on Oct 13, 12 at 1:16pm
  • After she sees you naked she'll say "De minimis non curat lex."

    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Oct 13, 12 at 8:39pm
  • All rise!

    Submitted by ThisCantBeReal on Oct 13, 12 at 4:55pm
  • They still have those?

    Submitted by Oh_God_I_did_wha on Oct 13, 12 at 7:19pm
    • Really useful if your a sticky note junky, or loose little books like I do.

      Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 14, 12 at 1:39pm
  • Meh, I call fake...

    Submitted by cluelesspy on Oct 13, 12 at 9:33pm
  • Sounds like you're in good hands.

    Submitted by Nich12 on Oct 18, 12 at 9:07pm
  • So far from the truth

    Submitted by karazyboys on Oct 13, 12 at 4:01pm
  • This is obviously fake because its not the mid 90's any more and no one has a rolodex any more. Sorry dude, but your hot lawyer that wants to "hit that" was just a figment of your imagination. But good try buddy. A for effort

    Submitted by DonkeyLipps on Oct 14, 12 at 5:53am
    • Being a Reno resident, I can confirm that not everyone here has joined the 21st century.

      Submitted by TexasWDollarsign on Oct 14, 12 at 1:04pm
    • Uh...I'm 24 and have a roldex that I use regularly when I need family addresses or for notes on something I'm working on that involves a ton of phone calls. Useful is useful no matter how out dated.

      Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 14, 12 at 1:37pm
    • Lawyers tend to use a lot of old technology because it's easier to keep confidential information safe. Your computer can get hacked but no one's going to hack your rolodex. Also you can shred rolodex cards; hard drives are somewhat tougher to sanitize.

      Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Oct 14, 12 at 2:48pm
  • Only in Reno!!

    Submitted by dfwrockchick on Mar 29, 13 at 1:00am