Category Archives: Civic Duty

Three Words: Harcourt Fenton Trump.

     This is a man who is actually a toddler in an adult body.  He thinks that as President he can do anything he likes but doesn’t understand why that isn’t happening.  All he has to do is be quiet … Continue reading

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I’m now on a jury!

I have been impaneled on a jury.  I was the seventh person to be put on it.  Apparently the days of saying my best friend is a cop don’t get me a free pass anymore.  The trial is supposed to … Continue reading

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Misadventures in Jury Duty, for April 29th 2015.

It happened again, something that I had taken through Criminal Justice Center security several times got caught.  A Victorinox wallet tool that had been passing muster for ten years is suddenly not allowed. This says more about their confidence level … Continue reading

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Finally did it.

When the occasion came recently to renew my driver’s license, I took the opportunity to change my political party.   I am now a Libertarian.  When I go to the polls for the primary this should drive them nuts.  Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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Jury Duty Questionnaire.

I finally got a jury notice at my apartment after almost two years.  The date for service is for the end of April. They Know Where I Live! #juryduty

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2011 Philadelphia Primary.

I once again worked my local election polls.  This time as a Machine Inspector, which means it was my job to set up the voting machine so the voter could use it. It was a primary, which means that you could … Continue reading

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Jury Duty, April 8th 2011

I did my civic duty on Friday.  I went to Jury Duty at the Criminal Justice Center at 13th and Filbert Street.  I decided to not take any of my usual toys with me so I would have no hassles … Continue reading

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