How to Feed a Lawyer (and Other Irreverent Observations from the Legal Underground)

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Ex-Science Geek Lawyer

Let me present an alternative for the discriminating attorney: the Hewlett Packard 32SII. Not only does it feature Reverse Polish Notation and the most satisfactory button feel available, it appreciates in value. The line has been discontinued and 10-year-old used models sell for more than the original MSRP. So, if you want a calculator that is also a wise investment, look no further than the HP 32SII. Leave Texas Instruments to the amateurs.


Ex-Science Geek: In choosing a calculator to review, I didn't do a whole lot of research. In fact, my research was limited to looking in my own briefcase. That's why I'm glad that you chimed in. Thanks!

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