Eight Times Not A Charm

You just can’t make this stuff up. After graduating from law school 20 years ago, this tool took and failed the bar 7 times before finally passing. Wasn’t Einstein’s definition of insanity doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result?

Well, it took two decades but he finally passed. But he’s still not going to be able to practice. New Hampshire won’t admit him because of both his outstanding debt and a few criminal indiscretions. They also weren’t impressed that he had been unemployed for the past 20 years. He must have been studying for the bar.

I’m going to have to side with New Hampshire on this one, this guy sounds like a total tool. He certainly doesn’t know how to win friends and influence people. Here is what he told the committee:

He didn’t enjoy a brief gig as a bartender, G.W. told the committee, and felt the job “was beneath me.”And, as far as paying off his student loans was concerned, “if I owed a measly $30,000, that’s an amount of money that certainly could be paid off with a, you know, $10-an-hour job or something of that nature,” he said. “But because there’s $120,000 worth of interest on that $30,000 principal, realistically, I need a good job in order to pay that off.”And I was trained to practice law; I wasn’t trained to do anything else. And I have no desire to do anything else at this point.”

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