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Maryland judge cites Talking Heads in his opinion for case about wastewater management

This week - a judge on Maryland's Court of Special Appeals picked some familiar words in his opinion - in a case about wastewater management.  He opened the document stating:


“Letting the days go by, let the water hold me down Letting the days go by, water flowing underground Into the blue again, into the silent water.
Under the rocks and stones, there is water underground.”


Yep - retired Judge Glenn T. Harrell, Jr. used lyrics from the great Talking Heads song  "Once in a Lifetime" in his opinion on a petition that 'flowed' from a petition filed in Queen Anne's County on storm water discharge. You can read the full opinion HERE


Talking Heads - Once in a Lifetime (Official Video)



Judge Glenn T. Harrell, Jr -  is known for inserting pop culture references into his opinions: - including quotes from Bob Dylan, Monty Python, The Pretenders, Cheech & Chong, Arnold Schwartzenegger and more