Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Comments

I've figured out why so many people were having trouble posting comments. It was all down to technical error 432A; "operator incomptence". It's hopefully fixed now, and people should be able to comment freely and anonymously, should they so desire.

10 comments:

  1. Thank you, kind sir. That works nicely (or it will if this comment appears).

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  2. Testing testing, one, two, one, two,

    I don't know why sound engineers say that, I suppose they can't count any higher...

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  3. My wife has just spent two weeks on Jury Service. She's self-employed, and could really have spent her time more productively at work.

    She has not been sworn in, has not even been in a court room. I kid you not. After 2 weeks she is now both bored and suicidal.

    As a lawyer, please advise us, free of charge, how to avoid doing Jury Service.

    Go on, you know you want to!!

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  4. Great blog. Welcome to the blogosphere. Like many others, I've come here via Bystander. You're now bookmarked.

    @ anonymous...

    Sound engineers say one two one two 'cos if you say three you've got to lift something!

    Posted as anonymous because my wordpress account doesn't work.

    werealldoomed

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  5. To avoid jury service, simply come off the electoral roll, as that is the list from which jurors are drawn. Or, commit a crime, go to prison, and presto, no more jury duty for ten years or so.

    Voting is a civic privilege, jury duty is a counterpart. Sorry. At least she didn't get stuck on a six-month fraud trial.

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  6. I did try a couple of times, thanks for fixing.

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  7. Killemallletgodsortitout.... Im sorry my friend but unless you (or your wife) have a sick note from a GP then you are in the draw for jury service like everyone else. I agree it is painfully boring whilst waiting for trials to start (or collapse before they start!!).

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  8. I objected to the fact that when I reached a certain age they crossed me off the list for jury service

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  9. hi I came here via Bystander....Im a JP too, enjoying reading your blog, keep it up

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  10. "technical error 432A" also known as a ID 10 T error.

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