A triad of important things in life are tweets, stateless vessels, and fonts. On this episode: how a politician in the Eighth Circuit almost turned her Twitter account into a public forum, which would have prevented her from blocking anyone based on a viewpoint she disagrees with. Also, ever wanted to sail your own boat onto the high seas, free from any nation’s sovereign arm? Too bad. At least says the First Circuit to an unlucky mariner who happened to be transporting quite a lot of cocaine. And finally: a tour of the fonts of the federal circuits. Will others follow the Fifth Circuit’s lead and not pretend they issue opinions with typewriters anymore?
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