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Saturday, May 26, 2007



It's like a partner I was talking to the other day said. We here all these stories from the old-timers about martini lunches and golf outings and the like, but nobody does them now. It's because we're all wage slaves. Once law became super-lucrative back in the late 80's, everyone started thinking about an hour lunch as two to four-hundred dollars they wouldn't be making. So now we all keep one eye glued to the clock, and forego developing relationships with our peers, for the most part. I wonder if that's another reason that civility is in the crapper.

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