Cahillese – Strictly for Laughs

Dump Terry Bernardo

    “If I had a nickel during my tenure as a prosecutor for every time a victim of domestic violence came to the office asking to drop charges, I would have retired 15 years ago.”
    – Richard T. Cahill Jr.

Just a quote out of context. Also out of math…

Let’s say somebody gave Rich a nickel every time a victim of domestic violence came to his office. Let’s say Rich saved the money and retired 15 years ago. Modest chap, a grand a month is all Rich needed.

A thousand dollars a month adds up to $12,000 a year. Multiply by 15 – the number of years he already spent in retirement – and this is the amount Rich needed: $180,000.

To save $180,000 Rich hoarded 3,600,000 nickels, one for each of the 3,600,000 victims of the domestic violence coming to his office, asking to drop charges (2010 Ulster County population: 182,493).

20 victims per hour, 8 hours a day, 365 days a year – that’s 58,400 nickels a year.

How long Rich’s tenure should have been in order for him to retire 15 years ago?
Divide 3,600,000 by 58,400. The result? 62 years… 8 hours a day, 365 days a year…

DISCLAIMER:
This is not an attack on Richard T. Cahill Jr., this is a war against clichés.

– Jon Dogar-Marinesco

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4 Responses to Cahillese – Strictly for Laughs

  1. Anonymous says:

    LOL !!! Just think, if Cahill had Dogar on his side, he could be laughing with us instead of being laughed at. Same for Bernardo. The latest entry on RochesterRepublicans.com is hilarious.

  2. Anonymous says:

    sorry john, the boodle hole dwarf didn’t get the joke

    • Anonymous says:

      Apparently he didn’t read the post title either. “Strictly for Laughs” He got all bent out of shape over it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    He is a tool, always has been and always will be.

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