We Asked It: What Are People Doing Outside the Supreme Court On Decision Days?
All of us had to wait for the Supreme Court to rule on the biggest, most dramatic cases of their term. For most of America, that meant gluing ourselves to the @SCOTUSblog Twitter feed. Some, however, take their Court-watching more literally: This week, the humid courtyard of the nation's highest court filled with people waving signs and making statements—and yes, checking Twitter on their phones. We at Bustle had to wonder: What's the point, now that these decisions have already been, well, decided? So, we too took to the steps to investigate: Who are these civic-minded souls? What do they hope to accomplish? And most importantly, how clever are their signs? Click on to find out.