Skank Ass Law Firm of Steven J. Baum Puts on Worst Halloween Costume Event Ever!

Skank Ass Law Firm of Steven J. Baum Puts on Worst Halloween Costume Event Ever Demeaning Foreclosure Victims

The law firm of Steven J. Baum loves Halloween. The whole gang at the office gets involved. So much so that they not only spend the holiday decked out in Halloween costumes and munching on candy corn. They go all out with an office theme replete with decorations.

And boy do they know how to throw a party. See, this law firm “is what is commonly referred to as a “foreclosure mill” firm, meaning it represents banks and mortgage servicers as they attempt to foreclose on homeowners and evict them from their homes.” Their biggest clients  include Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo. [NYTimes.com]

So naturally, considering they are demon spawn, there Halloween theme last year was … wait for it … FORECLOSED HOMEOWNERS!

HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!

Really … it’s funny … ’cause poor people suffering … HA! HA!

Skank Ass Law Firm of Steven J. Baum Puts on Worst Halloween Costume Event Ever

Oh, they had everything at this party from the drunk, skank bitches with some apparent brown nosing debris smeared all over their faces pretending to be poor, homeless foreclosure homeowners to makeshift shelters decorated with Order To Show Cause signs (“a last-ditch motion often made by desperate homeowners about to be evicted from their homes”). [NYTimes.com]

ROTFL! That’s if you have a f***ing floor to roll on!

Skank Ass Law Firm Skank Ass Law Firm of Steven J. Baum Puts on Worst Halloween Costume Event EverPuts on Worst Halloween Costume Event Ever 3The best part though is that they seem to think that foreclosure victims are so stupid they can’t spell as one hoe-bitch holds her bottle-o-wine while holding up her “Will worke for food” sign.

Unless of course that wasn’t intentional.

Whatever.

But get this, on the law firm’s home page they claim:

We understand the challenges facing our clients and work towards solutions that benefit homeowners seeking alternatives to foreclosure and bankruptcy. We are committed to effective communication with our clients and their customers. [mbaum.com]

Now THAT’S funny!