Monthly Archives: July 2006

jury duty part 2

Just before the lunch break, Barb announced that all but 45 of the potential jurors could go home for the day. Unfortunately, I didn’t make the go-home selection, and was told to be back at the courthouse at 1:30. That’s … Continue reading

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live blogging jury duty

I am stuck in jury duty today, but being that Multnomah County is the coolest of counties, of course the jury waiting room has Wi-Fi! So of course that means one thing: I’m live blogging jury duty. Is this legal? … Continue reading

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trip to the zoo

A few days ago I volunteered to be a chaperone for some kids enrolled in a summer art program who were making a field trip to the zoo. The kids were between the ages of 7 and 9, and the … Continue reading

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uncertain americans in the ny times!

The Uncertain States of America show, which I have been blogging a lot about lately, got a great write up in today’s New York Times. I think the writer (Roberta Smith) makes some really good points, not all that different … Continue reading

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urban honking 4th of july explosions at the boat house

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david gatten

A couple days ago I was hanging out with my friend David Gatten in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn. David is a filmmaker who moved to Red Hook back in February when he found a studio space in an … Continue reading

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