"On the Cover of the ABA (Journal)"

Coverof_theaba_1If you want to see something really funny, go to YouTube and watch comedian Bob Noone sing his song about getting "On the Cover of the ABA" (Journal).  It's a spoof on the 1972 song "Cover of the Rolling Stone" by Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show.

Comic Noone was performing at the Greenbriar Hotel, a five-star luxury resort and hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.  One verse is:

"I've got 10 paralegals
to make me cappuccino
I keep winning cases but I can't my face on
the cover of the ABA.

It's the journal of the legal profession
I would make such a fine impression
I want to see my pinstripe suit
on the cover of the ABA."

Noone also pokes fun at law firm marketing consultants.  Lord knows, us bigheaded know-it-alls can use it. Thanks to reporter par excellence Terry Carter for tipping me off about this.

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