This Week in Milford

June 17, 2013

Ease Up, Joe. It’s Milford

Filed under: freak hands, Milford Idiots — nedryerson @ 7:39 am

6/17/13
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That narration box is saying a clunky mouthful. There was a revelation at the deposition… Whose deposition? Joe Jarbo’s deposition, that’s where the revelation was.

Now Joe, ease up on Gil’s dad. He fell and maybe bumped his head or something. Plus, he’s old and probably drinks a lot. The idiots who you should be directing your ire toward are the idiots of the Foley Law Group.

For further elaboration on the ineptitude of the Foley Law Group, let’s turn to Geoff McKay and Knox Foley, both swallowing hard while confronted with the exploding eyeballs (and expanding moustache) of the irate Joe Jarbo.

What a couple maroons!
“Umm…do you happen to know who owns it?”
“Uh, yeah, I know the guy. His name is Farley, Charles U. Farley. Now if you’ll excuse me, those Nutboys and Slurpees aren’t going to sell themselves!”

8 Comments »

  1. Yes maybe Joe Jarbo can do your job for you since the Foley Law Group seems to be too inept to do it. Could be a quick end to Turdknocker’s legal career. Maybe he should practice the “do you want fries with that?” line for his new career path.

    Comment by Bobby Joe — June 17, 2013 @ 7:44 am

  2. Nice Chinatown reference, Ned! Hey, did Steve Luhm polish that tabletop? Good work!

    I like the look on Turdknocker’s face: “Uhm, HOWARYA?”

    OK, so who’s reserved the tee times? Is the sangria mixed? Ray-Bans at the ready? Any summer-o-fun arc has to be better than this crapfest.

    Comment by Dood — June 17, 2013 @ 7:57 am

  3. Early on, we were introduced to Knox by one of the attorneys at FLG PLLC describing him as “obnoxious but thorough.” I think we can cross of the ‘thorough’ part… I expect that with his ego deflated by this setback, it’ll translate into an error costing them the coveted Milford regular season doubleplay record. Either that or Jimmy is just going to take the next ball that comes to him at short and fire it into Knox’s breadbox.

    Comment by TimP — June 17, 2013 @ 9:51 am

  4. Summing up, Knockers left his dad’s law firm wide open for a countersuit… he didn’t get into Darby’s pants… but hey, he set the double play record! (With a guy who hates his stinkin’ guts.)

    So, Yay?

    Comment by John Walters (@johnswalters) — June 17, 2013 @ 10:44 am

  5. John, it seems like every storyline ends with a muted, shruggy, bewildered yay.

    Comment by Dood — June 17, 2013 @ 11:35 am

  6. I haven’t seen Knox look this down since his brother Skip bombed on the Sammy Maudlin Show.

    Comment by billytheskink — June 17, 2013 @ 4:20 pm

  7. Guess whose jock is going to be mysteriously soaked in Atomic Balm liniment before the next ballgame…

    Sorry, guys, the old ballplayer is coming out. Hotfoots, and the joy of fouling pitches into the opposing dugout if they pitched me inside…

    Comment by vaganova — June 17, 2013 @ 5:18 pm

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