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Best. Movie. Ever.

Posted by vpcadmin on May 9, 2008

Runaway Jury is perhaps the preeminent movie of our times. It is so realistic and so truthful that the Brady Campaign holds a yearly showing during one of their fund-raisers.

Gun Lobby lawyers have headquarters like this.

Gene Hackman’s Gun Lobby Attorney character is based on noted lawyer Dave Hardy. It is a well-known fact that Dave Hardy has access to a supercomputer and a team of fifty people. He steals evidence and cracks open encrypted data all the time. This is, in part, why the Gun Blobby was able to overturn New York’s Reasonable Lawsuit against gun manufacturers.

4 Responses to “Best. Movie. Ever.”

  1. […] I love the “VPC” Blog.  It is a well-known fact that Dave Hardy has access to a supercomputer and a team of fifty people. He steals evidence and cracks open encrypted data all the time. […]

  2. Letalis Maximus, Esq. said

    Before he became an attorney, in fact before he even went to law school, Dave Hardy (if that is even his real name) was a founding member of the United States Army Special Forces, Operational Detachment Delta. He always wanted to be a Navy Seal, but due to his near-sightedness (and also his flat feet), the Navy would not take him. In addition, he can beat Chuck Norris in arm wrestling and, more importantly, is not afraid of the dark.

  3. Dave Hardy said

    Fifty? I have 62 working for me, right now..And you wouldn’t believe what Sarah Brady emails in PGP. My bank of Cray IIs broke her personal key in an hour of “brute force” decryption.

  4. […] suspect they used complex CGI to generate this scene. (Possibly borrowing a super-computer from Dave Hardy.) A mere tube of metal cannot stop an anti-armor, anti-tank, anti-aircraft, anti-superhero […]

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