Ted, my dish guy, just called. He said he went to pick up my new Dish Network Model 6000 reciever and they were all out. His supplier has to order another one from Chicago.
Grrr! They are shutting off our cable service today. Ted says it'll take four days to ship the bastard out here. Guess we'll be watching a lot of DVDs.
Karen: Milkman Dan... I have a law question. Do I have'ta pay another kid's doctor bill if I pushed him off the swingset and he got hurt, even though nobody else saw it?
Milkman Dan: Hold on there, Karen... As much as I'd like to, I can't legally advise you on such matters. I'm no longer licensed to practice law in the United States since I ran afoul of the 1995 Fischer-Richards Act.
Karen: What's that?
Milkman Dan: It effectively prohibits private individuals and organizations from practicing "playground law" out of the back of a milk delivery truck.
Karen: You're lyin'. You don't even know anyways.
Milkman Dan: Perhaps. But you ought to be nicer to the man who just tape-recorded your remorseless confession.