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Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


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Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


Misogynice Job! posted:

also, it's clearly Buck Strickland

on the surface but if you dig deeper youíll see itís khan

Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


I didnít put this but I just thought Luanne is a legit king of the hill entry because heís just agrees with the last argument anyone charismatically made to her.

Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


I donít remember what I put for most of these answers but I can assure you they were unfunny garbage

Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


trump is a vain braggart who constantly antagonizes the people around him but also desperately needs their approval. everything he does is for optics. to make everyone else see how great he is.

trump is Kahn

Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


Very surprised ironic answers like Thomas were not just far away number one in a c spam thread for piss tape hats.

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Comrayn
Jul 22, 2008


Pancakes posted:

Answer popularity, part two:

4. What is the best majority opinion issued by the Supreme Court of the United States?
10 people said Brown v. Board
3 people said Dred Scott
2 people said Roe v. Wade
2 people said Loving v. Virginia
2 people said Plessy v. Ferguson
2 people said Marbury v. Madison
We had one vote apiece for Neal v. Delaware, Artuz v. Bennett, Lawrence v. Texas, Corn Products v. Commissioner, Nix v. Hedden (You misspelled this one, goon, and said "Haden". That's some tomato, er, egg on your face), I am the Beast, Inc. v. Michigan State Police, Rubin v. Coors, Hollister v. Benedict, One 1958 Plymouth Sedan v. Pennsylvania, Skinner v. Railway Lab, Obergefell v. Hodges and Ed Balls.
We also had one person submit the "I know it when I see it" case, which is actually a concurrence by Potter Stewart.
One person voted for Citizens United, but foolishly only voted one time. If you'd been clever enough to say that you were voting 30 different times for Citizens United via 30 different shell companies I probably would have awarded you the points, Comrayn.

if I were smart and/or funny I would have done that but well here we are

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