Toilet Flushes During Supreme Court Oral Arguments
We've written a few articles now on what to do and what not to do on your conference calls and Zoom meetings. Apparently the Supreme Court doesn't regularly visit 2dorks.com.
During deliberations for the case of Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants, Inc., Roman Martinez was taking his time to argue over the question of whether the 1991 robo-call ban was "an unconstitutional content-based restriction of speech, and if so whether the Fourth Circuit erred in addressing the constitutional violation by broadening the prohibition to abridge more speech." In the background, someone's toilet very loudly flushes.
I think we all know this was big potty, because someone peeing would've been plenty audible. We all know how it went for Frank Drebin.
It couldn't have been Martinez, because there would've been fluctuations In his voice at least occasionally.
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