Supreme court justice cites Dr. Seuss


A Dr. Seuss reference has been dropped in the nation's highest court.

In the case of Yates vs. The United States, Justice Elena Kagan submitted this, in her opinion:

As the plurality must acknowledge, the ordinary meaning of "tangible object" is "a discrete thing that possesses physical form." A fish is, of course, a discrete thing that possesses physical form. See generally Dr. Seuss, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (1960).

The court sided with Kagan, as did every kindergartner everywhere. (via)