Scott Hardie | February 5, 2003
Served my first jury duty today. Well, I guess I shouldn't say that I served it, because I didn't really serve anything. I showed up at 7am, sat around for five hours, went to lunch, sat around another three hours, and then got excused because they didn't need me. Want my advice if you're summoned? Bring a fucking book. But hey, after I deduct the cost of lunch, I made five bucks for my eight hours of sitting! Thanks, Tampa!

Lori Lancaster | February 6, 2003
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