Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Guess the Feet

Okay, we haven't had a poll on the blog in awhile, so I decided to run a contest.

Look at the photo below and ask yourself which attorney (defense or prosecutor) was sporting some serious holy socks to court today.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Must be a prosecutor, because surely the state doesn't pay enough for socks

Jamison said...

Must be a prosecutor. No defense attorney would ever wear such an awful looking suit.

Jamison said...

Must be a prosecutor. No defense attorney would ever wear such an awful looking suit.

Anonymous said...

I'll guess the oldest person on your list. I'm not sure anyone under 50 would wear those shoes with a suit.

Rage

Anonymous said...

nathan moss?

Scott C. Pope said...

You know it's not Kirby Taylor, that's for sure. He wouldn't be caught dead in socks that plain

Anonymous said...

its roger bridgewater am I right? the reason we know its all he can afford after giving his money to keep lykos campaign 2012

Anonymous said...

Dupont: Wears boots.

DeLeef: wears Birkenstocks.

Reiss: Has those shoes, but has self-respect as well.

Vic: Those are not only his socks, he's so cheap they are probably his only pair. You gotta love him.

Anonymous said...

The Brown hand surgeon's attorney had a suit on that color (at least on the news camera it came across that color) can't think of the guy's name.

Anonymous said...

Definitely a defense attorney. That's a holdover stool.

Anonymous said...

Reasonable doubt tonight?

Anonymous said...

It's Vic. I saw that same "lean" with much less classy digs at Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel about 20 years ago leaning over the crap table. I DO believe he was so skilled that night that he went to a very swanky haberdasher and purchased only one item - THAT same pair of socks. No cheap shots about my own cheap digs.

Larry Standley

Anonymous said...

Nathan Moss or Vic Wisener

A Harris County Lawyer said...

Anon 7:20 p.m.,

Reasonable Doubt is on a six week break while they are airing some sort of city council debates or something like that.

At least that's what Todd tells me. Somewhere, I suspect Franklin Bynum is using this as a tool to replace me.

Vic W said...

I am hurt, shocked, saddened and dismayed that anyone would fall for Murray's childish photoshop BS. It's a shame we don't live in a country with strong defamation laws like the UK. In England, my tailor and I would easily win a full retraction and apology as well as take Murray for all he is worth (about $100 and an used IPad). I have quite a bit of impeachment concerning Larry, err Judge Stanley, but will hold off until I'm fully retired.

Anonymous said...

Hey, hey, brother Vic. Don't forget our #3 (me) #2 (2) you, C.C.C.L. Judge Jimmy Duncan blood oath....Nice to see you are a "Holy Man"!!!

Larry StanDley

Anonymous said...

defense attorney because it looks like the picture was taken in the holdover by looking at the seat.