Is it April 1? Because this cannot possibly be for real...

It’s times like this when only a :rolleyes: will do.

So here’s one for you, Jack: :rolleyes:

Excuse me?

Aptly yclept.

OMG, this is inspired. This guy is my new hero.

Only in America.

Mr. Ass is certainly living up to his name.

You say that like it’s a bad thing.

Somebody’s going to blame it on lawyers, right?

Go on, I dare ya.

I blame lawyers for this.

Well, prior to the show’s popularity, the phrase Jack-Ass was incredibly complimentary and bestowed prestige upon it’s recipient. I hope he ends up owning MTV. The anguish this poor man must feel.

Ah ha! You fell into my trap, you lawyer-bashing soon-to-be lawyer!

Mr. Ass is, of course, representing himself.


I’ve got a clipping saved regarding a fellow who changed his name in '98 to “Heywood Jablowme”. Seriously!

Ender, I don’t know if people tell you this enough, but damn, sir:


You hear me? DO YOU?

God you make me laugh heartily.

Here’s the punchline:

“Jack Ass is representing himself.”

I think he’s just garnering publicity for the sequel…

Jack Ass II, this time it’s personal!

Of course he is representing himself. Even I know that any man who represents himself has a jackass for a client.

Do we know he’s not a lawyer?

[sub]if not, he ought to get a honorary degree…[/sub]

You know what’s funny? In the phone book, He’d be “Ass, Jack”. That’s even better than “Jack Ass”.

You ought to see his wife, Pieceof. :slight_smile:

Heh. I remember that. It was done by a local radio station, CFOX, as part of their toughest contest ever. Ahhh, memories.

I kind of have a weird respect for this guy. I will admit that the suit is largely without grounds in my eyes (of course I’m not a lawyer. Nor do I know any lawyers. Nor do I play one on TV. But rest assured, if I did play one on TV, my opinion still wouldn’t be worth two plug nickels. Unless the show was really popular. Then I would have my celebrity status to back me up. What was I talking about?) but changing your name to such an unlikely moniker in order to raise awareness of anything does show a certain amount of dedication that I do find refreshing. Mind you as has been said, perhaps in hindsight, Jack Ass wasn’t the best name to choose, especially if one is talking about the defamation of character. Not much character in that mane, let me tell you.