Eviction lawyer has worst "I found my calling story" ever, in NYTimes


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As a boy, Bradley Scott Silverbush had a knack for breaking up schoolyard fights in his hometown, Syracuse. His strategy was simple: Collect $1 from the child who was about to be pummeled and split his winnings with the bully to end the dispute.

From these grade-school negotiations Mr. Silverbush acquired some valuable information. “I knew from second grade that I wanted to be a lawyer,” he said.

This guy is proud that he enabled a bully to shakedown a victim for a cut of the loot. Who knew there was a lawyer honest about what he does? My wife said he probably encouraged the bullies to get more dealflow.


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CWaA  


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I’m confident fate will find its way to someone who dies 140 mph outside the track. Let’s just hope he doesn’t take someone with him.


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I wonder who he voted for?


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Oh, he probably didn’t. I mean, support both sides equally, you know, landlords and rent laws!


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If I were that bully, I’d beat both of them down for insulting me, and then take the rest of their money.

Maybe I should become a police officer…


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That typo is just too good.


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