In Uncategorized on 03/15/2017 at 15:08

No, neither John Keats’ “bird thou never wert” nor Noel Coward’s long-running 1941 comedy. Rather this blithe spirit hangs out at 400 Second Street, NW, dissenting and dispensing, but “blithe” nonetheless, if he says so himself.

It’s The Great Dissenter, a/k/a The Judge Who Writes Like a Human Being, s/a/k/a The Implacable, Immutable, Irrefragable, Incontrovertible, Ineluctable, Indefatigable, Illustrious and Ineffable Foe of the Partitive Genitive, and Old China Hand, Judge Mark V. Holmes.

But take it from me, he’s blithe.

Here’s an offer of proof, Estate of Charles H. Rosenquist, Deceased, Donor, Margaret R. Rosenquist, Executrix, Docket No. 28519-13, filed 3/15/17.

“This case was one of a cluster on the Court’s…trial calendar for Phoenix, Arizona. The parties settled but realized that they had committed a clerical error in the decision document that the Court blithely signed.” Order, at p. 1.

So Judge Holmes vacates the decision. Blithely, I trust.


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