The Associated Press reported earlier this week a lovely profile of Texas' "Tweeter Laureate," Republican Don Willett, who is a member of the Texas Supreme Court. 

Don Willett, foreground, speaks after Texas Gov. Rick Perry, right, announced that Willett has been named to the Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2005, in Austin.

Don Willett, foreground, speaks after Texas Gov. Rick Perry, right, announced that Willett has been named to the Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2005, in Austin.

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Willett is no joke on Twitter. He joined in 2009 and tweets on topics ranging from his children A.K.A. the wee Willetts, all things Texas and legalese. The AP story notes that Willett is careful to avoid topics that may come before the court. 

He also is deft at using pop culture references in his opinions. Please refer to plaintiff's exhibit A: A dissenting opinion in which Willett uses Ferris Bueller's Day Off to explain why the court should hear a case to answer the question, "Who qualifies as a member of the 'electronic media' under Texas law?"

With that, we've done our due diligence and present to you, our court, an amicus brief of some of @Justice Willett's greatest tweets. 

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