2.02 In the Shadow of Two Gunmen Part II/All Falls Down
RELEVANT TO MY INTERESTS!
The West Wing S01E04 Five Votes Down
Aaron Sorkin and The West Wing being prophets as usual, talking about the right of privacy in 1999.
So they’re picking a new Supreme Court judge, and turns out he doesn’t believe in the right to privacy. You can skip to 3:20. As always, Bartlet fucking KILLS it starting at 4:08.
"It’s about the next twenty years. Twenties and thirties it was the role of government; fifties and sixties it was civil rights; the next two decades are going to be privacy. I’m talking about the internet, I’m talking about cell phones, I’m talking about health records, and who’s gay and who’s not. Moreover? On a country born on a will to be free, what could be more fundamental than this?"
TOBY: He... [chuckles] I don't know how to say this. He wrote it in meter.
BARTLET: A meter?
TOBY: He wrote a dissenting opinion in what I am almost certain is trochiac
WILL: It is.
What’s the learning curve on a bird?
I didn’t realize babies come with hats.
|Leo :||I like the little things. The way a glass feels in your hand, a good glass - thick, with a heavy base. I love the sound an ice cube makes when you drop it from just the right height. Too high, and it will chip when you drop it. Chip the ice and it will melt too fast in the Scotch...|
|Jordan :||You had a drink?|
|Leo :||I'm an alcoholic. I don't have one drink. I don't understand people who have one drink. I don't understand people who leave half a glass of wine on the table. I don't understand people who say they've had enough. How can you have enough of feeling like this? How can you not want to feel like this longer? My brain works differently.|