Disclaimer: This column does not create an attorney client relationship between the author, Bobbie Pratt of Pratt & Witt, LLP, and the readers of this column and privilege is not triggered. If you have any actual legal problems relating to the current or future apocalypses please consult an attorney. If you have any general questions about the law, you may contact Ms. Pratt at aftereverafter3 at gmail dot com. You may not visit her office; she does not have one; permanent locations make her too easy to locate; she believes in the overuse of semicolons.
Pretty damn f#$%^&
P.S. Ms Pratt will be attending the convention known as “the Dragon*Con” this coming weekend. She will be providing guerrilla style legal advice for apocalypse planners and fiction writers along with her Doctor Friend the Doctor who is not the Doctor but who is pretty damn cool herself, just like bow-ties. Her Doctor Friend will not be wearing a bow-tie, but will tell you all the glorious, GLORIOUS ways you can inflict medical pain and suffering upon your characters and also how to not do CPR to your fellow survivalist bunker-mates.
P.S.S. Ms. Pratt will not reveal her location in advance because she is afraid of the Stock Exchange Army and also she doesn’t know where it will be. Look for signs that say “Doctor” and “Lawyer” with arrows. There should be arrows. And possibly tweeting of locations. And possible tweeting of non-correct locations just for the fun of it. Ms. Pratt may not be as twitter-awesome as Felicia Day, but she aspires, OH HOW SHE ASPIRES!
P.S.S.S. Has Ms. Pratt told you yet of her love of Post Script Scripts? She knows that it should go P.S. P.P.S. P.P.P.S. but she always did P.S.S.etc since she was a little girl before she took Latin and so now she does it wrong on purpose. And because also she forgets.
P.S.S.S.S. Why yes, Ms. Pratt did take Latin and grow up to become a lawyer. Post hoc ergo propter hoc, bitch.
P.S.S.S.S.S. This has nothing to do with anything, but it’s still pretty awesome.