Saturday, May 31, 2008

My karmic debt is almost paid off...

Sorry for the radio silence kids. I must have acquired some bad karma somewhere along the line and it came back to bite me in the ass in the form of having to serve on grand jury duty service in DC. Not petit jury duty where you are there for an hour? a day? a week? No, no, I mean grand jury duty where you're there for 32 DAYS (you did indeed read that correctly yup), 5 days a week, 9am-5pm, sitting in a room that hasn't been remodeled since Eisenhower was in office (read: no internet access). Ol' JP Sartre obviously never had to endure grand jury duty in the District of Columbia because if he had, he would have stated hell is people AND grand jury duty, for realsies. But I am happy to announce that it all ends finally 6/6, and I will be back to having online access during the day and thus able to get to posting the 87687685 interviews, reviews, and comments I've had piling up over the last month. Say it with me, YAYAYAYAY!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I agree, grand jury is the pits. I did a federal grand jury a while back that met two days a month for 27 months. I don't know which would be worse, all at once like you did or stretched out over two-plus years. Jack Jrjket