Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

A Funny Thing Happened in the Valet Parking

daisy_knotwise, catalana, and I went to the Outback Steakhouse over on Higgins for dinner before dropping her at Union Station because the restaurant was close to the highway. Due to the odd configuration of parking, they have a complimentary valet service. I didn't pay much attention to what was on the ticket left in the car at the time, but noticed it as I was taking it out tonight:

The back of the ticket reads: "My lawyer has instructed me not to talk to anyone about my case or anything else and not to answer questions or reply to accusations persuant to my rights under the Fifth and Sixth Amendments. I shall talk to no one in his absence and I will not give any consent or make any waivers of any legal right. Any requests for information or for consent to conduct searches or seizures or investigations affecting my person, papers, property, or effects should be addressed to my lawyer whose name, address and phone number are on the other side of this card. I do not consent to any questioning, confrontations, test, examination, or investigations."

On the front of the ticket is an ad for a lawyer.

Do you think there may be a few patrons leaving the restaurant in an overserved condition?
Tags: filk, food, musings

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