Working with a lawyer recently, I sat in silence as he rehearsed a presentation on “Recent Developments in Corporate Law.” He worked his way through 35 slides, many of which detailed entire paragraphs copied from statute books.

It was painful. I’m not sure what inspired me to say what I said. Perhaps I had just had enough. Heck, someone needs to stand up for the listeners of the world.

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