One of the side benefits of the Supreme Court's long winter recess is that justices head out of Washington for speaking engagements, and Justice Clarence Thomas in particular gets to prove yet again that he is incapable of giving a dull speech. In appearances at two Florida law schools this week, Thomas fielded questions from students, quoted the likes of Garth Brooks and Clint Eastwood, revealed his movie preferences and said he had "zero tolerance" for mistakes or tardiness from his law clerks.
Justice Thomas, on the Road Again
The National Law Journal
February 5, 2010