Caption: This diorama is respectfully dedicated to the oral argument analogies
of Justice Breyer—and Peeps in Law! Five recent cases are shown.
Mr. Crook (the gingerbread peep, Loughrin v. US, 13-316, tr. p. 22)
rides a white horse across Branko’s Bridge in Yugoslavia, establishing
his alibi (Navarette v. California, 12-9490, tr. p. 33). He intends to
defraud King Tut’s paymaster (Alice Corp v. CLS Bank, 13-298, tr. p. 6)
peeps, who will give goods and gold for a $5000 check, though Mr. Crook
has only $32 in his account. Although the paymasters’ goods include
exactly five carrots—the grounds of 42 USC 2000e-2(m)—there is
only one beet, the 1991 amendment (Univ of Texas SW Medical Center v.
Nassar, 12-484, tr. p. 35). A South African Yellow Canary (as a matter
of law) eraser peep rests on the flagpole (Teva Pharmaceuticals v.
Sandoz, 13-854, tr. p. 18).
Designed, built, and written by Eric J. O’Denius of Burnsville,
Minnesota, amateur Court watcher and professional law nerd. Moral
encouragement and technical support provided by Christian and Dan
Pornschloegl, DeNae Leverentz, and the Pretty Deadly trap shooting team
of Blaine, Minnesota.
Attribution: Submitted by Eric J. O'Denius of Burnsville, Minnesota