The greatest Supreme Court brief ever?

 If not, it's close. It's here.


  1. What great about this, is that the brief defending parody, is itself a parody.

  2. The parody is so well written that any (sane) reader will be forced to see whether it is a real case or not. A parody of a parody! But is it really real?


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