But did the law firm serve a formal demand to him to give up the funk?
Of all people, do lawyers have the ability to care for the funk properly? I have concerns.
Do recall that Marshall Ericksen, Esq., did once front the all-lawyer funk band known as "The Funk, The Whole Funk, And Nothing But The Funk."
FICTIONAL.I triple dog dare any of the lawyers who regularly read this blog to video themselves getting funky and post it publicly.
And by "Getting funky" I don't mean anything SALACIOUS. Just dancing.
Watts, tell us when you're going to be in Philly and you might wrangle an invitation to see some of the lawyers (and doctors) play funky. I happen to know that some of them are pretty talented musicians. Only a smaller subset of those know how to put the emphasis "on the one!", but it has been known to happen.
At least they didn't repossess the Mothership.
That reminds me of my favorite Onion story Mothership Accidentally Descends On Hootie Concert. "I did not wish to get 'funked up,'" said Roger Kleist, 33. "If I did, I would have attended a Dave Matthews Band concert."
Attaching assets? Not funky. Having one's assets attached? Funky as hell. Sad, but true, statistically speaking.
I guess this is was not a good legal strategy:It ain't what you know, it's what you feelDon't worry about being right, just be for real
They're gonna tear the roof off the sucker to get at the assets, though, and that, my friend, is most funky.
It's really not, but I have tasted the maggots in the mind of the universe. I was not offended...
Which reminds me of my favorite.
As for the last sentence in the article: And given Mr. Clinton’s failure to pay his previous legal fees, and the forced transfer of the Funkadelic’s most well-known copyrights to his former attorneys, it is completely unclear how his current lawyer is going to get paid.Presumably it's not the same way his band got paid in the late '70s. (In cocaine)
I will gladly take you up on that. Was just in Philadelphia in September, though, don't know when I'll next make it back.