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Kagan said that a case involving violent video games prompted some of her fellow justices to try their hands at a few of the titles in question. “It was kind of hilarious,” she recalled.
Oh my goodness can you imagine all the Supreme Court judges getting together at Clarence Thomas’s place and ordering a bunch of pizza and playing Team Fortress and Counterstrike and Call of Duty all night to get perspective on video game violence? And Kagan and Sotomayor have both played for years and everyone else is terrible at it and they’re all just chilling out eating pizza? I want this to happen so badly. (via jakke)
LTMC: This ends with Sotomayor throwing the controller down and screaming “LAWYERED” at everyone while Clarence Thomas bitches at Scalia for eating the last of the wings and getting blue cheese on his Holy Cross hoodie.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s a gamer, but it wasn’t really her scene. Everyone knows RBG loves RPGs.
They lost in the district court, they lost in the court of appeals and they’ve lost in the United States Supreme Court. And I think we’ll be better off in this country if we stopped doing this sort of thing that is divisive and is hurting people who live next door, who work for us, who are our cousins and brothers and sisters.Former Solicitor General Ted Olson • Discussing an effort by opponents of same-sex marriage to stop the issuance of marriage licenses in the state of California, which started back up on Friday. The move was quickly batted away, without comment, by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Sunday, though opponents could try asking another Supreme Court justice to consider the move. Olson argued in favor of proponents of same-sex marriage in court.