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I enjoy reading. Is that habit, observation, or attitude toward the known and unknown universe "scholarship"? Not really. I am however endowed with an extraordinary amount of leisure attributable to long-term unemployment and curiosity about how people work, how they communicate (especially their "arts"), and how they do--or--do not organize themselves and to what ends. Necessity requires that I know who and what I am dealing with and who I will trust, as any toddler would tell you had they adequate vocabulary.

Because of these journeys I learned very early on that I do not possess the temperament for successful practice of litigation or legislation. Nor do have the inclination to cultivate one at this late date. As it happens, I'm certain that I will be unable to fulfill my jury duty next week because of my medical condition. And that is a pity as I was looking forward to my part in it, likely my last opportunity to make the cut, statistically speaking.

When was the last time you were called to judge a peer (not that peer, the other one)?

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Mon Nov 11th, 2019 at 04:53:25 PM EST
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