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I OBJECT To me not winning Phoenix Wright


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#1 Space_car

Space_car

Posted 08 February 2007 - 05:21 PM

As a person who some day might consider entering into law school. I feel it is paramount to both myself and society in general that I receive some top notch legal training as soon as possible. As we all know in the future all courtroom appearances will be done virtually via the Internet and decisions will be made via tapping your computer screen with a stylus. (An idea that spawned from our present day DS).

What most people don’t understand is that the Phoenix Wright “games” are actually a legal simulator send back in time from the future, and are meant to train this generation of young would be virtual lawyers for what’s to come.

The Judges and lawyers of the future made a calculated decision to place this legal simulator in the form of a “game” as not to create wide spread riots and chaos in our current legal system. But do not be fooled although this simulator is sold as a “game” the cases tried in it are actual cases that will take place in virtual court of the future.

Much like Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure movie (Wild stallions rule!!) I feel the one-day I will be the greatest virtual lawyer of all time. It would be a true shame to deny the world my swift arm of justice simply because I can not afford to by the game, and that is why I think I deserve to win.

#2 CYRiX

CYRiX

Posted 12 February 2007 - 03:35 AM

im sure you've got 30 bucks dude.
I decided against buying some things I bidded on a lowball auction. Didn't know it'd be a big problem. Sue me.

#3 WhipSmartBanky

WhipSmartBanky

    Bring on the free hooch!

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 03:41 AM

As a person who some day might consider entering into law school. I feel it is paramount to both myself and society in general that I receive some top notch legal training as soon as possible. As we all know in the future all courtroom appearances will be done virtually via the Internet and decisions will be made via tapping your computer screen with a stylus. (An idea that spawned from our present day DS).

What most people don’t understand is that the Phoenix Wright “games” are actually a legal simulator send back in time from the future, and are meant to train this generation of young would be virtual lawyers for what’s to come.

The Judges and lawyers of the future made a calculated decision to place this legal simulator in the form of a “game” as not to create wide spread riots and chaos in our current legal system. But do not be fooled although this simulator is sold as a “game” the cases tried in it are actual cases that will take place in virtual court of the future.

Much like Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure movie (Wild stallions rule!!) I feel the one-day I will be the greatest virtual lawyer of all time. It would be a true shame to deny the world my swift arm of justice simply because I can not afford to by the game, and that is why I think I deserve to win.

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#4 sonderiaom

sonderiaom

    Starry Knight

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 03:42 AM

*takes a newspaper, rolls it up and smacks the OP's nose*

NO, BAD NEWBIE
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#5 gofishn

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 03:43 AM

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Seconded.
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#6 FriskyTanuki

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    Get bopped, son.

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 06:07 AM

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#7 CorporalJackson

CorporalJackson

    The real Banana boy!

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 06:00 PM

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Your vid scares me :( crying time
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