The answer is decidedly “yes” . . .

. . . at least as to the question raised in today’s earlier post, i.e., would the sponsors of Panel-centric revelry bring their “A” game to Savannah.  Much of that revelry took place at the Olde Pink House–where some or all of the seven Panelists themselves reveled with their guests.  Their Honors had a private room, guarded by three apparent Secret Servicers, where they evidently had a grand time fraternizing among their equals.  Those of us who occupy bars rather than benches could only imagine the wisdom they shared.

In any event, it’s now only about nine hours until they share some of that wisdom with the rest of us.   The odds that a copious preview of the hearing will appear on this page before then are somewhat less than they were seven hours ago.  But the odds that a retrospective preview will be combined with a recap tomorrow and/or the following day are as good as ever.

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