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The "Don't tase me, bro!" guy should change his moniker to "don't Socratic method me, bro!" guy.
Andrew Meyer, 24, made himself famous with those four words when he became a bit excited, agitated - and apparently to the cops, unruly - at a John Kerry forum at this alma mater, the University of Florida.
Meyer graduated from UF in 2008, and instead of going to journalism school (he was a telecommunications major), where he could have done something noble with his life, he enrolled in Florida International University at their law school, reports The Washington Post.
Now, he will be able to leave a fulfilling life as a lawyer.
Meyer says that he "got a taste" of the system, and now he wants to learn how to help other defend themselves against it, reports The Washington Post.
Andrew, if you want to help people defend against taser shocks, you're in the wrong profession. Perhaps you should go and enroll in anti-taser lobbying school?
Though, Meyer could try to set up shop as an exclusive anti-taser and taser defense law firm. After all, finding a great niche for your firm can help distinguish you against the sea of general practice shops.
Though, apparently the sweetly excruciating shocks of the taser did not dull Meyer's brain. After he became an accidental YouTube sensation, Meyer went on to trademark his phrase, selling t-shirts on his personal website.
For about $15, you can go buy one of Meyer's "Don't Tase Me, Bro!" shirts. Surely, any guy or gal donning this fabulous piece of fashion will be the best-dressed at any party.