LMAO! He must still be in his 'Salad Days' where he is Green in judgement.<quoted text>
Green is working pro-Bono.
The phrase 'salad days' lay dormant for two hundred years or more but became used widely in the 19th century; for example, this citation from the Oregon newspaper The Morning Oregonian, June 1862:
"What fools men are in their salad days."