Category: delusions of grandeur

  • Bradley Johnson Offers a Free Four-Part Symposium on Internet Marketing for Lawyers

    1. September 17ish, 2009: Seattle lawyer Bradley Johnson, using the name seattle injury attorney, tries to leave a spam comment at Popehat: Really enjoyed reading your blog post. I will have to bookmark your site for later. Patrick writes about it, naturally. 2. November 14, 2009: a representative from Bradley Johnson’s office contacts Popehat: to […]

  • Does Mensa Matter?

    Mensa is an organization for people with IQs above the 98th percentile. That translates to IQs above 132 on the Stanford-Binet IQ test (wikipedia). (It is, to borrow from John Bender, sorta social — demented and sad, but social.) Lawyer is a typical occupation for people with an IQ in the 130s. According to the […]

  • Le Procureur Soleil de la Republique?

    KHOU-TV put up PDFs of some of Harris County District Attorney Chuck Rosenthal’s emails here and here. It turns out that Chuck uses (or was using) the email address “l’[email protected]”. How very Louis XIV.