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November 11, 2009

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Asher

Did he think it was that weak an argument that he felt he had to ask if they were even interested in hearing it? Not a good way to convince the Court of the seriousness of the argument.

Joe

I don't think it was permission -- he just wanted to know if the justices (it was in bad form to ask just the CJ) were interested in this specific topic given he was at the end of his argument.

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