Chief Justice John Roberts is certainly showing two things as he leads the Supreme Court.
1) He believes in letting the lawyers state their case BEFORE interrupting, which has to be a good thing.
2) He has a sense of humor — which I’m sure he needs.
In an address he made to Georgetown University’s law students, he remarked on the “public scrutiny of the court”.
He said, “Look at the graduates around you. Twenty-some years from now, these are the people the press is going to track down to find something embarrassing about you. Today is the day to decide among yourselves, what happens at Georgetown stays at Georgetown.”
Funny guy, our Supreme Court Justice.