As I said, I don't read intellectual property cases on SCOTUSblog.
Yet this morning, I struggled through an entire post on Golan v Holder, a case involving both copyright and international law, areas in which I have next to no knowledge. It was slow going, and I still think I don't understand all the nuances completely. There are times I think I have lost my brain.
What would entice me to do such a thing? The post's title: "Argument Recap: the Constitutionality of Zombie Copyrights."
Who can resist something like that?