Bench Mark B is in your toilet and has a 4K camera.
The Washington Monu-mini dates back to the 1880s, when it was placed as part of a transcontinental leveling program, because trains and hills don't mix well. It was above ground at that time, since the ground was a lot lower back then, and was eventually buried and forgotten about, like that RealDoll you broke and was too ashamed to bring in for repair. It's currently sinking into the ground at a rate of about 0.5 millimeters a year. After a few million years it should eventually reach the center of the Earth, whereupon the spirit of Washington will take control and steer the entire planet into the Sun.
The Supreme Court Has A Secret Basketball Court
Of all the jobs in the world, "United States Supreme Court Justice" has to be one with the most qualifications, barely beating out "Bjork's hair wrangler." You have numerous responsibilities that will ultimately decide the fate of the entire planet. Can you objectively judge whether or not laws obey the intent of the Constitution? Can you bear the weight of decades of policy direction on your shoulders? And most importantly, CAN YOU BALL?!
Here, a clerk shows petitioners what it's like to get served.
Few people know that being a Supreme Court Justice means you rule ALL the courts, not just the legal ones. Known as "the Highest Court in the Land," there is a basketball court stationed right above the legal court. It used to be for storage, but was converted to an exercise facility in the 1940s in an attempt to lengthen the average SCOTUS lifespan to more than a couple of weeks. Sandra Day O'Connor organizes yoga classes there, John Roberts used to play against William Rehnquist, and Clarence Thomas once damaged his Achilles tendon there, causing him to miss a full season of court cases, really hurting his draft chances. But the justices know not to mix business and pleasure. There are signs all over warning people not to play when the court is in session, because when ruling on cases that could irrevocably change the face of the American legal system, it's best not to be interrupted by someone yelling "BOOYAH! NOTHING BUT NET!"