Friday, March 02, 2007

Separated at birth? (2007)

This comparison really makes more sense if you watch a Maryland women's basketball game, but these pictures will have to do:



55 Fiction Friday gives knowledge in exchange for shoes.

Archibald Prescott Wendal, Esq. took the concept of the "street lawyer" to unprecedented levels. He was his own home office, living and working among the people. Any fees went toward his bar dues.

Unlike other attorneys (but like his unlicensed associates), he specialized in liquid asset protection and the Shelter Rule.

Go ahead, Mr. Wendal.

5 comments:

slskenyon said...

Well, I can always admire active employment.

Although unfamiliar with the subjects, I must assume that the "separated at birth" pictures are none too flattering for the woman on the left.

Neel Mehta said...

You could say that.

Having seen Brenda Frese coach a few televised games, she always struck as somewhat serpentine in her movement. It bugged for a while before I figured out who she reminded me of.

By the way, hold your cursor over the pictures and an identifying caption pops up. This is true of every picture here at Brevity.

K-Lyn said...

Clearly the roll over feature does not work in all browsers. No identifying captions for me.

Neel Mehta said...

Well, I'll be damned. It doesn't work in Explorer. Brevity must make a lot less sense, then. Get Firefox; the floating captions are half the fun!

For the record: the photo on the left is of Brenda Frese, head coach of the Maryland women's basketball team. The photo on the right is of Randall Boggs, the adversary in Monsters, Inc.

What browser are you using?

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