High Art Complaint
I've previously noted William S. Burroughs and his "cut-up technique," where you take a perfectly understandable linear text, cut it up into individual words or phrases, and then reassemble it all back together again into a new, wholly inexplicable and completely non-linear artistic expression.
Well that seems to have happened in this new federal lawsuit filed against Judge Manno Schurr.
I'm rarely this effusive, but let me be clear -- I believe these pro se litigants have lifted the mechanical, soul-sucking drudgery of preparing a complaint into the lofty realms of high art.
Indeed, these visionaries should be applauded for confronting and challenging the reader, and for daring to radically reimagine -- nay -- for quite literally unshackling us -- from the small-minded, restrictive and fundamentally bourgeois chains of Rule 8(a).
I'm fairly certain Judge King will see it the same way, don't you agree?