I've written about the importance of opening lines before. Let me ask a trivia question related to the opening line of a law review article. This one will probably be pretty easy. Whose article began with this memorable line:
There are places in law through which a pair of mutually oblivious doctrines run in infinitely parallel contrariety, like a pair of poolhall scoring racks on one or the other of which, seemingly at random, cases get hung up.