Tuesday, April 8, 2008

JURY DUTY take 2

Well, it’s all over, I now can say I’ve been part of the judicial system. My take is, I’d rather be part of jury selection, any day, rather than being one of the that is in need of a jury.
Having said that, I still could have thought of about a thousand other things I could have done instead of sitting in a room with at least eight hundred other people.


Here, we get to watch a short video explaining that we are doing our country service. The video was very patriotic. It was also really boring.


Young and old, we were all trapped in a small room for four hours.
All in all a good day, I got to go downtown, and that's always fun. I think I have learned a very important lesson though. Don't vote, do your taxes, or have a social security number, and that way they can't find you for jury duty!


11 comments:

Benjanerd said...

Oooh! SWEET!

Don'tcha just love Jury Duty?

Steven said...

It was so fun! the funnest part had to be when I paid $2 for a 20oz soda.

Matt said...

Don't do your taxes and they'll still find but you'll be doing more than jury duty!

Abbey said...

Sweet! I'll keep that in mind next time I need to by anonymous.

"Young and old, Jews and Gentils..." Uhh! Jews and Gentiles mixing?? Is that humanly possible?

Steven said...

LOL, yeah, it was quite odd. He was reading a book about pesach, and it almost looked as if it was writen in hebrew.

They were made to sit next to eachother, but they are leaning away as far as possible.

Steven said...

As far as taxes go.. I don't think they'll find me.. And if they do, I'll claim I'm Mexican and get deported.

Matt said...

You don't look Mexican... And would you really want to be deported? :-)

Matt said...

You don't look Mexican... And would you really want to be deported? :-)

Matt said...

oops! double comment...

Steven said...

Life experience? :)

Matt said...

I, personally wouldn't want that type of life experience. :o