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(Washington Post)   Supreme Courts Justices' jobs found to only contain 2% work and 98% refusing to rule on relevant, important issues   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 5
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2014-06-12 05:45:25 PM
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fusillade762: I can still remember being shocked when I read the ingredient list for V-8's pomegranate blueberry juice and found out one of the top ingredients was POTATOES.


Yeah, when I found that out, I slapped my forehead and said "I coulda had a vodak!"
2014-06-12 05:57:42 PM
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fusillade762: I can still remember being shocked when I read the ingredient list for V-8's pomegranate blueberry juice and found out one of the top ingredients was POTATOES.


oi60.tinypic.com

Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a ...V-8.
2014-06-12 05:29:27 PM
1 votes:

medic2731: Nothing like Congress.  None of the Supremes can be Cantored, regardless of what happens.


Not even Diana Ross?
2014-06-12 05:29:25 PM
1 votes:

toraque: Or is the 2% versus 98% a joke referencing the misleading amounts of fruit juice in the case?


I think that 98% of the people in this thread didn't catch the joke.
2014-06-12 05:22:22 PM
1 votes:

Fubini: Where do you get that 98% figure from? Is it because they turn down a lot of cases that are appealed to that level?

According to their website, they get about 7000 appeals every year and hear 100-150 of them. Considering that the *supreme* court will establish an unimpeachable precedent to rule the entire nation, I'm pretty OK with them turning over a case every two or three days.

Or, are you saying 98% because you feel that the supreme court just isn't ruling on the issues that you feel are important? Frankly, I'm glad that we don't have a SCOTUS that can unilaterally decide to start handing down decisions on whatever they feel is important. At that point, you've pretty much just made a third legislature.


Or is the 2% versus 98% a joke referencing the misleading amounts of fruit juice in the case?

Not going to say it's a GOOD joke . .

. . it's just better than the joke I had when I submitted this with a crappier headline.
 
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