Merrick Garland was valedictorian of his class at Harvard in undergraduate school. He then graduated from Harvard Law School summa cum laude and was on the Harvard Law Review. He became a partner at one of the top law firms in the world. But martin, the high school graduate coffin peddler from rural Georgia, thinks he is far smarter and knows far more about the law than Merrick Garland. There has never been a more classic example of the Dunning-Kruger Effect than martin, a legend in his own mind.