The supreme court in a 9-0 opinion Monday ruled against the NCAA and it's no-pay to play business model, holding that athletes can receive "modest" education related benefits. Justice Gorsuch authored the opinion. But the real meat is in Justice Kavanaugh's concurrence in which he wrote that the NCAA was "not above the law" and that its business model "would be flatly illegal in any other industry in America". In other words, surprisingly, it is illegal in a business monopoly (college athletics) to require employees to work for free.
Get ready for pay-to-play college athletics.
In other news, it's real hot out. Like really really hot. But there is no global warming. Drill baby drill. And while you're drilling, don't wear a mask, because like global warming, Covid is a scam.
That is pretty much the intellectual arguments from approximately one half of the American public, which is why we are receiving EU citizenship.
COURT reopens Tuesday. Well, reopens in the sense of Zoom. But a real opening is real
zoom soon. Like, right around the corner according to some judges. "When exactly?" Rumpole asks. "Like real real soon, we just, uh, need to do some things first."
Rumpole is beginning to suspect no one has the keys to the REGJB.
Judge Sayfie: "Who has the damn keys?? Who was the last out of the building in March and locked up?"
( A bunch of judges shuffle around, staring at their feet peaking out from under their robes.)
Stay tuned. Someone might need to call a locksmith, but we are opening up.