Vol 12, Issue 3
Dear Equity Uncle,
I am a poor and lowly avocado buying member of the law school and therefore find myself unable to afford my textbooks...again. Surely there should be a moratorium on the number of editions one musty old law professor churns out?
Equity advises you to delve into the World Wide Web, and find that delightful ditty by one "Fergalicious". Although not an equitable maxim, 'if you ain't got no money take you brokeass home' strikes Equity as a charming modern day answer to your query.
Remember Brokea$$, he who seeks equity must do equity, if Equity was in your position Equity would invest all energies in seeking out the malicious and audacious individual who told you law school would be cheap. There cannot be clean hands there.
As for musty law professors, Equity holds a special place in the Court of Chancery for tweed jackets and unkempt moustaches. Tache’s are totally Equity’s bag.
Yours, Equity Uncle
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