OK, sorry for disappearing yesterday but as many of you know I got called into Jury Duty. More on this later as I’m trying to catch up but I just wanted to give you all the quick round up. Everyone I know who has ever done Jury Duty in LA has done one day of service. The note I got from the city said the average trial is 5 days so I was expecting something of that range if I got selected. And was happy to do it. I showed up at 7:30 AM and was called into the second trial. Which was expected to last 7 weeks. And would require me to be there all the time. Which means I couldn’t run the gallery. And could not use the internet when I wasn’t there. And was a case between a franchise-owning celebrity and his ex-lawyer regarding a conflict about exactly when some paperwork was filed. Obviously I was freaking the fuck out. All day. In the court room, and in the hall outside, which is where most of the day was spent. Several people were let go because of hardships – I was not one of them. I guess I didn’t plead my case well enough. At the end of the day, I and a few others stayed behind to make sure the Judge and Council knew just exactly how being a part of this trial would quite literally ruin our lives. They heard us out and then, after thinking about it for a few minutes, let us go. I’ve never felt more relived in my life. I felt like I had just gotten off of a death sentence. Anyway, maybe I’ll write more about it later, but that was basically the scoop.