Depending on how I answer a question about an all-you-can eat Buffett|
I had to be different:
YOU ARE RULE 20(a)!
You are Rule 20, an important part of the Federal Rules' policy of permissive joinder. You are designed specifically to allow as many
parties in an action as can be tried efficiently, and you'll include someone as long as there is some factual overlap between
a claim involving them and the rest of the case at hand. You are popular, out-going, and are never far from friends. However,
your overly gregarious nature and magnanimous approach do make things a bit crowded--you're the reason that lawsuits are often cluttered with innumerable parties and even more numerous claims for relief. Still, despite the crowds that you attract, you can't argue with the efficiency of getting everything done at once!