Excellent! A little street theater. Or, I guess, a little elite college campus theater. But, hey, same difference.
Washington may be waiting on the edge of its seat for the filibustering and nuclear optioning to get started. But students at Princeton just won't wait.
It seems that a few years back the Frist family (yep, that Frist family) donated a big chunk of change to the University to build what was later named the "Frist Campus Center." And starting this morning, students and even faculty members will be standing outside the building 'filibustering' Frist -- reading aloud from phone books, bios of the seven nominees, the bible, textbooks and probably a bunch of other stuff since they're going to go for 12 hours straight today. And they'll probably keep going tomorrow.
Here's some more information on what they're doing from one of the filibuster's organizers.