They left without much fuss, but returned later in the day armed with lawyers. We fired them, too. Then we offered to represent the poor, unemployed goof offs from the accounting department ourselves, and we would do it Pro Bono, unless the settlement was huge then tossing a little something our way couldn't hurt, we are one big family after all, right?
|Justice is |
and does not hear too well, either.
Justice is just having problems.
After the dust settled we turned a tidy little profit. Plus, we get a huge tax break because of our reduced payroll in accounting. The local government has agreed to a huge tax subsidy to keep us from leaving, despite the treacherous conditions. Seeing how resourceful we handled this potential crisis the state and federal government are offering us huge contracts to supply goods and services, and brother, do we have some dang fine goods, and services, and we have ice cream. Life is good, you know.