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Bitcher & Prickman law comic strio synopsis: Bitcher gives the "birthday girl" -- her longtime friend -- the federal judge a gift. The judge responds that Bitcher knows she can't be bought. Bitcher remembers the first time she had tried to buy the judge was to get the boy she was dating back in law school. The judge opens the gift and it's a crown to which the judge exclaims "perfect ... how did you know?" Bitcher replies, "Well, you ARE a FEDERAL judge. 04.20.09

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