Wolff v. NH Department of Corrections et al
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Charles Jay Wolff v. New Hampshire Department of Corrections, et al. ORDER Plaintiff has filed a hard-boiled egg as part of his preliminary injunction request. Discussion No fan I am Of the egg at hand. Just like no ham On the kosher plan. This egg will rot I kid you not. And stink it can This egg at hand. There will To prove a There will Objections be no eggs at court clog in your aort. be no eggs accepted. all will be rejected. Civil No. 06-cv-321-PB
From this day forth This court will ban hard-boiled eggs of any brand. And if you should not understand The meaning of the ban at hand Then you should contact either Dan, the Deputy Clerk, or my clerk Jan.
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I do not like eggs in the file. I do not like them in any style. I will not take them fried or boiled. I will not take them poached or broiled. I will not take them soft or scrambled Despite an argument well-rambled. No fan I am Of the egg at hand. Destroy that egg! Today! Today! Today I say! Without delay! SO ORDERED (with apologies to Dr. Seuss). ____________________________________ James R. Muirhead United States Magistrate Judge Date: cc: September 18, 2007 Charles Jay Wolff, pro se Andrew Livernois, Esq.