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    :: Friday, February 18, 2005 ::
    Death in the Afteroon has more Supreme Court drinks, with some recipes for real drinks actually named for members of the High Court.

    Two remarks: (1) I could kick myself for not having thought of the "Whiskey Souter" myself. (2) Whoa, the one named for Sherman Minton is sure an interesting mix for a rather bland Justice!

    EDITED TO ADD: I've added Death in the Afternoon to my blogroll. This Yale Law bloggeuse likes '80s music, Austen's EMMA, Dostoevsky's NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND, Salinger's CATCHER IN THE RYE, Tocqueville, and Aristotle. Clearly someone who believes, as I do, that lawyers should be readers, and not just of law. Heck, after hours of [insert your least favorite Supreme Court Justice or law prof here], you're entitled to some Austen, Dostoevsky, etc. etc.

    Which reminds me: So, this classics prof goes up to this law prof and he says, "Hey, how come you guys make so much more money than we do?" And the law prof, he says, " 'Cause you guys get to read Aristotle, and we've got to read Harry Blackmun." Bada-BOOM!

    :: David M. Wagner 4:30 PM [+] ::

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