Supreme Court Side Walk

Posted in Non-justiciable by Mike Sacks on February 13, 2010

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I used to have two major blindspots: I was an English Major who never read Hamlet and a metal fan who never saw Heavy Metal Parking Lot.  I finally read Hamlet a few years ago, but not until tonight had I seen Heavy Metal Parking Lot.  Thank you, Hulu.

Now that I’ve seen HMPL–and I hope you now have, too–I am looking at my return to One First next week in a whole new light.  And, actual light permitting in this winter/spring’s wee hours, I will direct HPML‘s “sequel”: Supreme Court Side Walk.

I have my assumptions about which cases will bring the most raucous line-goers, but I will keep them to myself.  Regardless, I do dream that a few of these Priest fans, twenty-three years later, will show up in line looking all respectable-like.  To root them out, I may hook my iPod up to a set of speakers and play “Breaking the Law” or “Living After Midnight” for all the line to hear.  Those of the straight-laced who do not wince will all be suspect.  May I count on Antonin Skullia, Esq., to be my sidekick?

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  1. […] I get enough people willing to go on camera, then I’ll have the first episode of Supreme Court Side Walk up here by […]

  2. […] Walk, Vox Populi by Mike Sacks on March 5, 2010 Welcome to F1@1F’s first installment of Supreme Court Side Walk.  Come back over the next few days for more clips from the McDonald […]

  3. […] Posted in Supreme Court Side Walk by Mike Sacks on March 9, 2010 For the second installment of Supreme Court Side Walk from last week’s McDonald v. City of Chicago line, F1@1F presents several University of […]

  4. […] I plan on being in the Courtroom and the hearing room.  And my liveblogging the latter will hopefully be made more colorful by my sleepless Sunday night on the Supreme Court Side Walk. […]

  5. […] two hours to correctly identify each justice by voice.  If she’s proven more fit for the Supreme Court Side Walk than the Heavy Metal Parking Lot, I’m certainly not complaining.  In fact, should her response be typical for non-SCOTUS […]

  6. […] In a sleepless frenzy one year and twentyish hours ago, I created First One @ One First.  I had no idea what to expect except for the inevitable freezing cold awaiting me a week and a half later on the Supreme Court sidewalk. […]

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