An anonymous social catfish has revealed the secret to getting social catfishes to sign up for a Social Security lawyer’s service.
It took an hour and a half of digging, but the solution, according to the catfish user who calls himself “Jebediah.”
The solution, which has only been shared by the catfish, is to use the social network Gab, which lets users search for a lawyer on the platform.
The catfish posted the results, which include names of lawyers, and suggested that they search for lawyers on the “Best Social Security Lawyers” and “Best Financial” sections.
The results showed that many of the lawyers who appear are lawyers who specialize in Social Security.
The same search turned up more than 400 lawyers who specialized in Social Justice, according the cat.
Jeb, a 24-year-old from Florida, told Mashable that he had previously worked with a lawyer who specialized on Social Justice.
The lawyer was able to get the cat in to the social justice lawyer’s office and then take him to a conference, where the cat was able “to make the case” that social justice was the right thing to do.
“They were like, ‘We have a great lawyer.
We’ve had him in for our social justice case and we’re going to bring him in,'” Jeb said.
“And I was like, this is incredible.
This is incredible.”
Jeb said he got the lawyer in, and when the lawyer left to go to the airport, Jeb said, he called the lawyer’s boss and asked, “Hey, where’s the money?
How are you doing?
I have $300 to spare, I have a Social Justice lawyer.
Do you have $100 to spare?”
The lawyer told Jeb he was “going to the next conference, and I had $100 on me.”
When Jeb asked about the lawyer who had promised to “bring in the next big Social Justice Lawyer,” the lawyer said, “You’re not a big name.
You’re not going to be in this room for a while.”
When Jeb said “no,” the attorney told him to “go to the nearest Walmart and buy a big bag of groceries.”
Jeb said he was able in that second meeting to convince the lawyer to help him get social justice clients, and the next time he went to the lawyer, he said he “took him to the Walmart and bought him a new pair of jeans.”
Jab said he and his cat are currently looking for more social justice lawyers and are looking to start an online legal clinic, so he can “try to teach these lawyers how to help people in their communities.”
“I can’t do it all myself, but if I can teach them a few things that I’ve learned about this world, then maybe they will help people and they will be able to make a difference,” Jeb said of the social cat.