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Re: Jury duty, not a kinkade kind of day


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 09:01:28 PDT

I was able to defer my jury duty till October.
Can any of you defer your assignment when you are called ?
                                                        Woody in KC wrote:
> My theory on jury duty is that they don't pick you if they know you are
> an artist....I have been called MANY times but was let go each time.
> I'm taking a bag full of metal to draw on with enamel paint pen prior to
> my last jewelry class tonight. Last night I used the hydraulic press to
> push out a zillion puffy hearts and squares and spirals, squiggles, etc
> for etching. I can't believe how fast you can do that hydraulic press
> shape puffing deal...After you etch them they look like chasing and
> repousse, sort of. Watch out, world, I'm gonna make a fortune on
> prescription formula jewelry! Of course, I will give all of YOU a
> discount, tee hee. Sofa sized jewelry, jewelry that matches your couch,
> etc.

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