Monthly Archives: October 2013

Happy Halloween everyone! Have fun, give out good candy and don't do anything that will get you fired. Here some handy halloween tips just in case. If you're gonna dress up as famous lawyer, make it current! Might we suggest Mark O'Mara, Juan Martinez, Jennifer Wilmot or Kirk Nurmi? (of the George Zimmerman and Jodi Arias trials!)                           Don't send out an OOO ... [click here to read more]
  The city of Irwindale, CA will forever be known as incapable of handling spicy deliciousness. Are they weak-willed? British? No,  in this city, the zesty nectar that is Sriracha is produced by Huy Fong Foods.   But, if the city has its way the company will have to stop production, oppressing millions of hipsters throughout the world.   It turns out that some residents complained of burning eyes and throats due to the fumes from the factory.  They are  being suffocated ... [click here to read more]
Humans (or, at least, Americans) have a fascination with stories about asteroids colliding with the Earth and wiping out life as we know it.  There's Deep Impact, Armageddon, Asteroid, Meteor, The Day the Sky Exploded, and, most recently, Looking for a Friend For the End of the World. Now, it turns out that this is not just fanciful movie-making.   According to an article in, the U.N. is taking the asteroid threat seriously and setting up a defense team: "The International Asteroid ... [click here to read more]
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacted with fury this week when she discovered that the U.S. had wiretapped her personal cellphone. She contacted President Obama to express her anger. We at Comedians at Law have unearthed the wiretapped conversation that engendered her reaction.  Ring Ring Ring (Chancellor Angela Merkel answers her cellphone) Chancellor:  Ja? Who is this? (intermittent beeps in the background) Caller: Chancellor Merkel, this is your secret admirer. I have longed for you ... [click here to read more]

Kevin's Dead

This post may sound like a little bit of venting, because it is, but it's meant to be a humourous response to a silly situation that happened last week, where a series of major bookings fell through because of stupidity and bureaucracy...and cannibalism? Comedians at Law prides ourselves on being able to cater to many different audiences: law schools, law firms, bar associations, non-lawyers, men, women, gay, straight, black, white, Latino...we like to think because of our diverse backgrounds, ... [click here to read more]
  Full disclosure, it's early fillers that will have to wait to get refunds.  But, I still think this is good enough reason to put off filing my taxes as long as I can again this year. Place your bets on the next Government revenue problem. ... [click here to read more]
In the New York Times today, it's reported that the legal profession thinks that law reviews are useless. Talk about a groundbreaking story! Everyone who's anyone in the legal world (meaning law students, lawyers, law professors, judges and significant others of lawyers) knows that law review exists for 2 reasons -- to give professors a chance to publish so they can get tenure and so that students have something to put on their transcript to induce big firms to hire them.  That's it.  There ... [click here to read more]
CNN reported that two convicted murderers, who fooled Florida authorities with forged release documents and escaped from prison, have been taken into custody at the Coconut Grove Motor Inn in Panama City, Florida.   “Someone is knocking at the door, Walker. I wonder if it's our drinks!" “I doubt it, Jenkins. We ordered them five minutes ago and this Coconut Grove Motor Inn is no Ritz Carlton.” ‘What do you know of the Ritz Carlton, Walker? Have you ever set foot in a Ritz Carlton? ... [click here to read more]
What is it about junior Senator Ted Cruz that reminds me  of  Senator Joe McCarthy of Commie hunting fame? McCarthy, junior senator from Wisconsin, with hauntingly dead eyes, ran a scorched earth campaign to root out Communists and Communist sympathizers in this country in the 1950s and made sure those individuals never worked again.  The power of his words,  the fear that permeated the senate chamber,  the inquisitions of working people to confess and turn over the names of others made Joe ... [click here to read more]

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