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Thank you, Chief Justice Roberts. Now we come to the question and answer period of our afternoon. Here's what I thought we would do: Since there are six of you, I'm not going to ask all of you to respond to each one of these questions. Instead, I might pose a question and ask one or two of you to respond. If others of you want to jump in because you find it particularly interesting or enticing to answer this question, please jump in. I'm going to cover sort of three rough areas and then we're going to have a lightning round. The three areas are your legal education, your professional development, and life on the court. The lightning round is what I hope will be fun facts. Okay, so we're going to start with question one. So here's question one: There are many 1Ls in the audience and many people who were 1Ls, including all of you. So what was 1L like for you? Did you like it? How did you feel about being called on Socratic method? Any thoughts? Right, so Justice Kennedy, well law professors say we teach you how to think. My wife was a third-grade teacher, and she seems to be better at it. Law school teaches you to think about ordinary things in a formal way. And after two weeks of contracts, I went down to Cambridge Square and Harvard Square, and it said apples ten cents. So I gave the guy a dime, took two apples, and he said no, no. I said we said apples. He said, "Are you a law school?" (laughter, applause) Sounds like textualism to me. Thank you, Justice Kennedy. Justice Gorsuch, you were most recently a 1L of any of us on the stage. Sitting here today brings back memories...