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Jury of Peers

Posted by bouncing on 2004-04-08 10:44:18


My peers generally don't wear suits. A lot of them don't know what "casual business attire" means. Does it mean khakis? A toga? Does "casual business attire" mean different things for say, Janet Jackson or Janet Reno? If I'm found guilty by people wearing suits, the verdict is void? Because, yanno, peers -- and whatnot.


Without Cause (2004-04-05 23:12:29)
if this were a type of made-in-a-can spaghetti sauce, it'd be called
"Classic Style Ken"
- Scott J. Galvin, 08 March 2000