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Petitions for Cartiorari

See Rule 2-3 (“Petition for Cartiorari”).

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  1. Anonymous permalink
    October 3, 2011

    Sauca, on Columbia Pike
    Arlington, VA

    It isn’t a cart, but it claims its food to be modeled on cart food from all over the world

  2. NotDeanPolsby permalink
    October 5, 2011

    Hula Girl Truck, BBQ Bus, Tasty Kabob, Fujol Brothers

  3. Anonymous permalink
    December 19, 2011

    Bada Bing

  4. Julia permalink
    April 4, 2013

    Question Presented: Can a food cart catering experience be as amazing as a street-side food cart experience?

    Reasons for Granting the Petition: (1) The question presented is of exceptional importance: the BBQ Bus catered our wedding and no one could shut up about how awesome the food was. Some were heard to express that the overall experience of having a food cart cater a bumpin’ party was even better than eating in the park at lunchtime on a sunny day. In the alternative, the experience was at least equal to eating in the park at lunchtime on a sunny day. (2) The BBQ Bus is clearly a superior vehicle for addressing the question presented. It is, after all, bright yellow like a school bus, but with flames.

    Conclusion: The High Cart should accept for review the BBQ Bus, particularly the pulled pork BBQ sandwich, the potato salad, and the corn salad, and, by relying on record evidence and testimony from the wedding of Brad & Julia, compare the overall experience to that of eating the same food in the park at lunchtime on a sunny day.

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