my name is Dexter and this is my inaugural blog on Randy’s webpage,
Vermilyalaw.com. Randy has asked me provide
my thoughts about current events, newsworthy items, and to provide answers to
legal questions sent to his webpage.
A bit about me, I am
14 years old in dog years. I was named
after a character in a television show on Showtime about a serial killer. For copyright reasons I cannot provide the
name of the television series on Showtime.
Why has he asked me
to do this? The answer is simple, I come
cheap and my picture is exponentially much cuter than his picture. So, I will be posting from time to time on
his webpage in the hopes that you will link to it and your views will improve his
web listing from the 312th page on the Google® search engine all the
way up to the 310th page. I
anticipate my readers will number in the tens of people.
I will probably post
more often in the colder months as my other job, barking at rabbits, keeps me
more occupied in the warmer weather. If
you want to contact me, you can email me at Dexter@vermilyalaw.com. Every week or so I will chose an email or two
and respond. As I will be shocked if
anyone actually submits any email, I will probably make up an email from a
fictitious person and respond to that email.
DISCLAIMER: One more thing, please
understand that any response I give does not constitute legal advice nor
creates an attorney-client relationship with Randy. There are several reasons for this;
1. I am a dog.
2. Animals cannot be lawyers.
3. Lawyers are not animals (I know, I know …).
4. Even if dogs could be lawyers, I never went to
law school or sat for the bar (or anything else for that matter).
5. Even if I were a lawyer, I would not be a good
one as I would spend all my time in the Courtroom ignoring the Judge and
looking out the window at fire hydrants. Looking at hydrants would be more interesting than
listening to the Judge.
6. Randy asked me to add that the comment I made
in item 5 above does not apply to any Judge or Magistrate he has ever appeared
before in the past, present, or will appear in the future. Each and every Judge or Magistrate Randy
knows, has ever practiced before, or ever will practice are learned,
fascinating, and wise individuals.
If you want Randy to represent you, you have to contact him
directly on the information found on his page.