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Last week we announced our acquisition of the legal humor site Bitter Lawyer. We’re pretty excited about it. Bitter Lawyer has some great, hilarious content (and some terrible, crazy-awful stuff, too). We think it will be a fun extension of our online publishing work.

But apparently some folks (like our buddy Scott Greenfield) think we’re complete idiots for doing this. Fair enough.

What do you think?

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7 Comments

  1. BL1Y says:

    I’d like to have voted “time will tell,” but I’m guessing you must have made Rick a better offer than I did, and from what I know about auction theory, that means I think you made a big mistake.

    We discussed this on the latest Blind Drunk Justice, and what I think is going to be the biggest hurdle is the lack of continuity in the staff. You can look at Saturday Night Live or The Simpsons to see what happens when you try to run the same operation after losing all of your writers.

    I hope the site does well, but without new episodes of Living the Dream you’ve got a steep hill ahead of you.

  2. Craig says:

    I was a big fan of the site, regular commenter, and one time contributor (hopefully my contribution fell under the “great, hilarious content” and not the “terrible, crazy-awful stuff). So I am definitely looking forward to you guys bringing the site back. I never heard of you guys before you put up the alert on Bitter Lawyer, which I always checked once or twice a month, hoping for a revival. So you got at least one extra reader out of the acquisition.

  3. Craig says:

    Not that I really have a stake, but you got rid of the funniest material on the site. Is the plan to water it down? In that case, I change my vote to Other: I don’t care.

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