"Judge Watford voted to grant the petition for rehearing en banc. The petition for rehearing en banc was circulated to the judges of the court, and no judge requested a vote for en banc consideration."
Which I always find funny. Essentially, Judge Watford voted to take the case en banc, yet the total number of judges voting to take the case en banc was exactly zero.
I know, I know. There's a difference between "voting to grant a petition for rehearing en banc," on the one hand, and "voting to take the case en banc." Technically, there was no actual vote, since no one requested a vote.
It's a sign that you know you're in the minority. You vote for X to happen, but no one else even wants a vote to see if X should happen. At that point, you give up.
You're clearly in the minority if you say "Yes" and everyone else says "Meh".