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Ubiquitous?

Lawcareers.net has described Geeklawyer as ubiquitous. Geeklawyer had always thought omnipotent was better. It ponders that he must not get much work done. Had he not known better he’d would have sworn that that line was written by my failed co-blogger. In fact nothing could be further from the truth. Geeklawyer works massively fast – tho’ work is a little light at the moment it’s true. Apart from that he is disappointed that his mention on the column doesn’t really amount to much more than this comment. Ho hum.

Simon Myerson does a good review of the site.

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February 21, 2008 - Posted by | love sex, the Bar, This Blog | , ,

15 Comments »

  1. People think the same thing about me Evil Brother. I find this usually stems from bitterness and jealousy since they cannot write 20,000 words in four days. It seems your lawcareers.net has sat there for even longer and only managed very little. Pretty poor I’d say.

    Comment by the lady robinson | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  2. Oops. Slipped out of the third person!

    I am certainly jealous of 20k words in 4 days.

    Comment by geeklawyer | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  3. Take Heart, My Dear Geek,

    Several Blogs have dedicated considerable space to your Edification – take Law Actually,for instance http://lawactually.blogspot.com/2008/02/law-actually-blog-blawg-review.html For an instantaneous fix of complete gratification, I do suggest that you visit his site!
    BTW Your performance last night at the Brits was Excellent – how on EARTH do you manage that Collapsing Beehive?!

    Comment by lawminx | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  4. Oh thanks Lawminx. My ego is somewhat restored.

    Comment by geeklawyer | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  5. which failed co-blogger? The effervescent Ruthie? Or the other one?

    Comment by opinionatedbean | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  6. I simply refuse to say. It would be ungallant.

    Comment by geeklawyer | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  7. GL… I find myself this night concerned that I missed the total eclipse of the moon last night.

    To see a red moon would have satisfied at least one of the many things I wish to do before I go to the great ISP in the sky…

    I was wondering around Chiswick High Street with a telescope (as ‘The Sky at Night’ advised) at 3.18 am this morning… wearing an Australian stockman coat and riding boots.. and… it was most unfortunate that there were 200 Police Community Support Officers patrolling an otherwise lawful West London. They were walking in a ‘crocodile’ like we used to have to at primary School. (A Health & safety issue, apparently… to make sure they are safe)

    They did not seem to understand that the moon could be red… when I explained to them that I was looking for the ‘red moon’…

    They gave me a fixed penalty ticket for not cutting my hedge and also for being ‘out and about’ with a telescope without lawful excuse. (It was like a feeding frenzy to see which one of the 200 could finish writing out the ticket first)

    I took the ticket… and started singing…with a bit of tap dancing… and a soft shoe shuffle… “There may be trouble ahead.” ….”…

    All of a sudden.. I found myself the only spectator (apart from my mate Al OffhisFayed) watching 200 PCSOs doing a Busby Berkley routine in a deserted Chiswick High Street…

    It made me feel proud to be British… for the first time in my life. I can ’empathise’ with Barack Obama’s wife when she said last night that she felt proud of her country for the first time in her life after her husband won another primary.

    No matter… tonight… I do not need to worry about such matters…

    Tonight… I am writing to the Diana Inquest Coroner to ask if he would like me to a song and dance routine tomorrow morning before Mansfield et al get up …. just to liven things up…. with my new mates… the 200 PCSOs I met last night… they are up for it.

    Comment by charonqc | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  8. I suppose my own departure / death would be the ultimate DDOS attack…. at least, on myself ?

    Sorry… bad taste….

    Comment by charonqc | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  9. I’ve just had a telephone call from the Archbishop of Canterbuy asking me if I would like to transfer my cedit card balance over to a new non-sharia credit card.

    I can’t quite believe it… but when I spoke the words of the Catholic exorcism… ‘exorciso te…. etc etc…” he hung up… sit is quite posible that it may have been him…

    Who knows?… I have a feeling, however, that it may have been a friend of mine…. from ‘The Palace’ winding me up… He’s like that… when he isn’t out and about being a part-time spy with MI6… I shall say no more…

    Mercifully… one cannot be sectioned for writing complete and utter nonsense on blogs … while sober (I am fasting… no food… just a couple of glasses of rioja)

    And now… the end is near….

    Buona notte…

    Comment by charonqc | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  10. I have decided to write on other people’s blogs with some chopsticks ‘liberated’ from a chinese take-away restaurant….

    This explains the typos….

    Comment by charonqc | February 21, 2008 | Reply

  11. I saw that you wrote a drunken post on MsR’s site and I was very hurt. I thought it was only my site you did this on. I feel you have betrayed me and I am jealous.

    Comment by geeklawyer | February 22, 2008 | Reply

  12. Absolute nonsense GL… betrayed and hurt do not seem to me to accurately reflect your attitude life…

    Also… can you be absolutely sure that I was, in fact, ‘drunk’ ?

    Would you like an ‘exclusive’ arrangement…. along the following lines:

    An undertaking that when into two bottle territory, believing that I have been rung up by The Archbishop of Canterbury to ask me to transfer to another mobile phone company / etc etc” that I shall provide drunken ramblings only on geeklawyer… happpy to oblige !

    Speak anon…

    Comment by charonqc | February 22, 2008 | Reply

  13. My Dear Charon,

    What have you been drinking and where can we buy it?

    Comment by englisheccentric | February 22, 2008 | Reply

  14. It is a fine brew, Englisheccentric… a bourbon monarchist wine, I accept, but nevertheless one that does the business. Available at all call good corner shops and off licences.

    I favour Campo Viejo Crianza 2005 – 6.99 a hit.

    Comment by charonqc | February 22, 2008 | Reply

  15. just goes to show what i always say about overpaid bloody lawyers – the crianza is on near-permanent discount at sainsburys inter alia at about £5.50 a pop. presumably too pissed to notice/care.

    Comment by simply wondered | February 25, 2008 | Reply


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