In Uncategorized on 04/18/2019 at 17:04

Judge Holmes again adverts to the magnificent closing passage of Jimmy Joyce’s greatest short story. It seems he finds the “snow faintly falling” as an insufficient precondition to shutting down the Glass House on Second Street and sending off all hands to teletubby chez eux.

Here’s Estate of Arthur S. Andersen, Deceased, Tena Haroldson, Eric Stoval and Harold Albright,  Personal Co-Representative, Docket No. 14067-14, filed 4/18/19.

Tena, Eric and Harold are working on a Rule 155 beancount after a T. C. Memo. I didn’t blog, but “an actual late-winter blizzard” (Order, at p. 1) prevented counsel from meeting with the trio and finishing up.

Judge Holmes will give them some time.

“The Court understands, since it seems to shut down when there a warning of a wisp of snow. See (President Obama unsuccessfully calling for “flinty Chicago toughness” on snow days in DC).” Order at p. 1.

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