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VOL. 80 PART 4 JULY 2022
“will” to “shall” in a draft contract and did not catch that, as a result, the firm
name in the notice provision of the signed document became “Farris,
Vaughan, Shall & Murphy”.
We have also benefitted (by laughter, not yet financial reward) from evermore
absurd e-mail scams. Just in yesterday, we understand that a philanthropist
who repeats his name several times in the e-mail has “decided to
secretly give” millions to “randomly selected individuals worldwide”, of
which the author is one. If this doesn’t work out, you will see us back to
writing in the next issue of the Advocate about the horrors of the real
world—perhaps assisted by today’s offer (“Patriot, Congratulations, you’ve
qualified to claim a Free Survival GoBag (U.S. $59.95) because we selected
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Zoom Difficulties”, The New York Times (9 February
2021; updated 6 May 2021), online: <www.ny
2. Online: <www.sweetfarm.org/goat-2-meeting>.
3. Online: <www.cronkshawfoldfarm.co.uk/goatsonzoom>.
4. Brian Feldman, “Zoom Is a Goldmine for Playing
Pranks. Here Are the Best Ways to Mess with Your
Friends and Coworkers”, Business Insider (28 May
2020), online: <https://www.businessinsider.com/
5. Love2Edit, “The Dangers of Relying on Spell Check
and Grammar Check”, online: <www.servicescape.
6. Robyn Hagan Cain, “Spell Check Needs a Fail
Check” (4 February 2013), online: <www.findlaw.