For most Americans who have been working remotely, it’s been an adjustment to figure out protocols for working at home. For instance, we’ve learned that people might notice if you’re not wearing pants. If you’re on a zoom call, they will probably notice if you’re going to the bathroom during a meeting.

This holds true for everyone, even Supreme Court justices. The Supreme Court just wrapped up its first week of arguments by telephone, and the live audio has been made available. During oral arguments in the Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants case, you could clearly hear the sound of a toilet flushing. And CSPAN Social Media Senior Specialist Jeremy Art shared the magic moment via his twitter feed.

Don’t forget to hit that mute button when you’re in the john!

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