Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Lawyer, prostitute, somebody's getting screwed.
Before even clicking on the link, I'm going to guess political science with a minor in fill-in-the-blank basket weaving studies!
Her poor parents - now everyone knows their daughter is a lawyer.
Anyone who pursues a degree in law should have their head examined.Of course I'm forbidden from mentioning this to my Obama-supporting brother-in-law when he comes over, lest this enlightened liberal brat throw a tantrum.My sister who was married to him was also convinced to abandon her medical scholarship (Which was obtained for her through no small feat) to pursue a law degree, so they can go to college together. How sweet.And then she wonders why her husband's elder brother and supposedly successful lawyer, who in reality is himself on the lowest rungs of some firm, no doubt shuffling papers as a non-paid intern for 80 hours a week, while his parents fund the whole operation.
$100... and she wasn't an ugly looking girl either. Was this really prostitution or wink wink nudge nudge sexty time fantasy prostitution?
What my lawyer taught me was to never again hire a lawyer. They are money black holes and they provide no value whatsoever.The law profession is, in my opinion, bullshit.
"Bajaj said she feared the photos and articles that were allegedly distributed after her arrest would hurt her law firm business."SUDDENLY MY ACTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES! I MUST SUE SOMEBODY!Whore.
she's a woman, she's a woman, aaaaand........she's a woman.
some chicks turn tricks because they like to have sex...she probably didn't need the money, and, ahem, I've been told "escorts" charge at least $200 so she probably did it for thrills...she could've probably found other work that would pay almost as lucrative...this is neither here nor there but my opinion is it isn't the government's damned business if people pay or sell sexual services or use drugs-that's the real red pill, not a bunch of guys pretending to be tough...
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