Category: Law & Order
1. My fellow citizens have a lot of respect for jury duty. In fact, they have so much respect for it that they didn’t so much as giggle at the Troy McClure-esque “Welcome to Jury Duty” video we were all forced to watch. I don’t have as much respect. Or maybe I was the only one watching the video.
2. Facebook is making me illiterate. After the judge said I couldn’t log on to Facebook for the duration of the trial, I was astonished at the amount of reading I got done while waiting for more Candy Crush lives. I don’t even want to consider how much I could read if I cut out Candy Crush as well.
3. Twelve strangers who are forced to spend a large amount of time together but are forbidden from talking about one of the two things … Read More »
Things you start thinking about after watching what some people might consider too many episodes of Law & Order on Netflix:
Alibis. Todd was gone on a recent Saturday morning so taking care of Steve, our dog, was left to me. I took him for a short walk and fed him and returned him to his crate. When Todd got home he asked what time the dog had been fed and walked, and I couldn’t remember the exact time. I thought to myself that I needed to start paying attention to what times I do things in case I ever get questioned by police, since fuzzy timelines are a red flag for them. And then, on what I think was the same Saturday, we got home after church and it was dark and stormy. Steve needed a walk though, so Todd … Read More »
I’ve spent the majority of this week in bed with a sinus infection. This is only my second sinus infection ever in my life, and it has confirmed for me the theory I developed after my first: sinus infections are stupid.
I previously blogged about a weird trip* I took during a sermon at my parents’ church. A few months later I was walking down the hall at work, thinking about how amazing knees are, and realized that was a weird thought and that I was feeling similar to how I felt that morning in church. I then realized the common thread was cold medicine, and came to the conclusion that my “enlightened” state at church that morning was in fact a side effect of the large quantity of cold medicine I’d taken to alleviate the symptoms of my sinus infection, and I had … Read More »