Monthly Archives: June 2009

Jury Duty….#4

Below is the document that proves that I helped deliever Justice…well…at least that’s what they said I did…   PICTURE DELETED… just cause.     …now, when I read the last sentence…I felt a little guilty about getting out of the trial. *sigh*

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Jury Duty #3

Caught and released! Right after lunch…they dismissed me! I guess it pays to be thoughtful and and judgmental in your answers during jury selection. I’m back in the pool. We’ll see what happens next. It’s funny one of the things I’m most worried about: my writing schedule. I’m doing a show that is going to […]

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Jury Duty #2

Shit. I might be on a case. ARGH. It’s a case against the city, some guy who worked for the city tripped over something, or…whatever…who knows yet…and now he’s suing. Suing for, probably, a life time of money. We got called up from a central room to a smaller room and they drew names. And […]

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Jury Duty…part 1

**the below, and following posts, were written in real time–the court house blocked access to the blog site…jerks*** The civic duty of everyone…I suppose. But, now that I’m sitting here, having to get up early, trudge to a not particularly pretty part of Queens, after listening to a court officer at the end of his […]

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Hey! Theatre People! Stop HURTING THEATER!

On Saturday my wife and I went to see a site specific piece about the environment. We went because my sister in law in the video installation had a short movie. Now, until we got there I didn’t realize it was going to be one of those site specific pieces which drags the audience from […]

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