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    [–] Little Fluffer horseradishking -6 points ago in pics

    He's going to be scrumpcious!

    [–] Google (Youtube) Is Removing Channels Having Anything To Do With Guns. These Companies Are Too Big, We Need Regulation Now horseradishking 2 points ago in The_Donald

    And no one would participate if you had to pay.

    Fortune 500 marketing departments are run by leftist Millenials. This is why what happens in academia matters. The post-modernists have no intention of keeping freedom.

    [–] THE LEFTISTS ARE SHUTTING DOWN ALEX JONES horseradishking 2 points ago in The_Donald

    People who like order, like us, are not as creative as the left. And our copies are pale comparisons. This is very serious. Reddit will be next.

    [–] Drunk and hypnotized: added fun or a pointless disaster? horseradishking 1 points ago in hypnosis

    I wouldn't worry about that so much. Drunk people take on a lot of the responsibility in the court of law.

    [–] LPT: If you don't want to serve on a jury (US), don't make a big deal of it. Simply don't show up. Courts rarely have a shortage of jurors and don't want people to serve who don't want to be there. There's no legal proof you received the summons if you don't tell anyone you received it. horseradishking 1 points ago * (lasted edited 10 months ago) in LifeProTips

    When you look how many other people do not show up, the real question will be why they judge thought you committed a crime. This is why Courts don't do this.

    Also, most people don't receive notices except for at the least once a year, at the minimum.

    Most counties have moved to the voter rolls to fill their pools. People who vote have higher civic engagement than other people, which is why few courts these days do NOT see a jury shortage like they did in the past. Without a shortage, there's no reason for the courts to be concerned whether you showed up.

    [–] LPT: If you don't want to serve on a jury (US), don't make a big deal of it. Simply don't show up. Courts rarely have a shortage of jurors and don't want people to serve who don't want to be there. There's no legal proof you received the summons if you don't tell anyone you received it. horseradishking 1 points ago in LifeProTips

    Okay. But many of the excuses are not covered by the law. Economic hardship is NOT covered by the law. For example, if you are self-employed and a big opportunity dropped on your lap, but you just got called to serve on jury duty where you could serve for several weeks, the court will not excuse you. You can't serve but you legally must serve. Ignore the summons, don't tell anyone, and you're in the clear!

    [–] LPT: If you don't want to serve on a jury (US), don't make a big deal of it. Simply don't show up. Courts rarely have a shortage of jurors and don't want people to serve who don't want to be there. There's no legal proof you received the summons if you don't tell anyone you received it. horseradishking 1 points ago in LifeProTips

    A lot of people WANT to do their civic duty but cannot afford to take a day off of work -- self-employed people and contractors CAN be fired -- or have circumstances that don't fit into the narrow excuses to not serve. Ignoring the summons is the best thing to do if you really don't want to serve. Calling and telling them you received it if you don't match the criteria to not show up, simply tells the court you received the summons and must show up.