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3. … if you live under a rock.
As a refresher, here is why this glorious annual tradition happens:
4. There is no televised or electronic recording allowed inside the Supreme Court.
So when a big decision is going to be handed down, broadcast television interns line up inside the court where the print-outs of the ruling are handed out…
5. … and they physically run the ruling out of the court, across the hot limestone, all the way to their waiting TV anchors.
8. The interns have to preform the run in front of hundreds of crazy protesters…
9. …and dorky staffers Instagramming them.
10. The cops actually have to clear out a giant path through the crowd for the intern to run through.
11. To deliver your ruling first is an intern badge of honor.
12. The fastest runner in the 2014 Running of the Interns was Jason from FOX News.
15. Jason is so fast, cameras can hardly catch him as he BLASTS through the crowd.
17. Just one problem:
18. Sources at FOX have confirmed: Jason is not an intern.
20. Meet Leah from FOX Business!
21. Leah is a pink shoe wearing, go-getter who burned up the court.
23. And here is how happy the Fox Business on-air personality is when Leah arrives.
24. Other honorable mentions: This speedy intern.
25. The girl who was able to hold her dress.
26. And artfully dodge these loiterers.
29. Close call, buddy.
30. Look at that speed.
31. And of course, the ‘zero fucks given’ intern.
32. So here’s to you brave participants in the ‘Running of the Interns.’ Till next session!
Uncredited photos by Benny Johnson.
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