So here's the deal. You have two attorneys, each representing different parties. The parties are unable to come to any agreements on where to take a sworn statement of a witness. So the issue goes to court. How do you solve a problem like this? Have a hearing, determine the facts and find an equitable arrangement?
Nahhh, you have the opposing parties play Rock, Paper, Scissors!
To be honest, I kind of like that idea. It makes a bit more sense to me. Childish arguments need childhood remedies.
I also think adults should bring back the "not it," the "One potato, two potato," and most importantly, the "do over." I think these could solve so many of life's adult problems.