Below is a real item being offered by the ABA ... a children's coloring/activity book of the U.S. Supreme Court.
It "comes with crayons" -- hopefully most of them are black, to color all those robes.
It has "challenging mazes" -- perhaps "Help Jose Padilla find his habeas corpus rights" is one of them.
It has "expertly rendered illustrations depicting significant Supreme Court Justices of the United States to color in" -- hopefully that includes an illustration of Justice Potter Stewart watching 8mm stag films with the caption "I know obscenity when I see it -- pass me another reel, Clarence!"
(yes I know, Stewart was off the court long before Thomas was on, but I couldn't resist.)
Subject: Announcing: The Supreme Court Coloring Book
The ABA Journal Presents – The Supreme Court Coloring Book!
Perfect for use as office give-aways!
Have fun and learn about the Supreme Court! It's a coloring book with a surprising educational twist. This 32-page coloring book features expertly rendered illustrations depicting significant Supreme Court Justices of the United States to color in--including all current sitting Justices. You'll also find challenging mazes, and dot-to-dots, and views of the historic court building, inside and out. Young artists will find hours of fun, while learning! Comes with crayons! Buy a supply for your young office visitors, and for "Take Your Child to Work Day"!
"A colorful introduction to a cherished American Institution."
--Theodore B. Olson, Supreme Court advocate and former Solicitor General of the United States
Product Code: 1620308
Regular Price: $5.95
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