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September 01, 2017

RIBBITT

Potential client stole lawyer’s $900 tree frog

According to Thomas Liotti of East Garden City, the lawyer who owned the frog, staff of the other lawyer released the frog into a creek.

(Thanks to Kevin Smith)

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Chalk it up to a marketing cost, that can be paid by insurance.

That terrorist bastard!

"Grand Theft Frog" should amuse his fellow roommates at Sing Sing.

Michigan J. Frog had no comment.

Kermit wanted to hold a fundraiser until his owners said NO!

I did some work for a defense attorney. I found it amusing that the attorney and his staff would get quite upset when the little darlings they were representinting would commit some criminal act against them or the office. They were always surprised when criminals would act like criminals to them.

"You know Joe, after forty years of chasing down real criminals and then get stuck with a tree frog theft case makes me think I should take retirement and move to Florida."

Carl Hiaasen, call your office.

A South African tree frog from the tropics (that had lived for how many years?) has absolutely zero chance of surviving the first cold snap of autumn in New York. Farking brilliant, other lawyer staff.

key CORRECTION: A previous version of this story gave the wrong age for Castro.

And I said tree frog, not free frog.

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