For the letter J, let’s focus on....
Juries are curious things. These are the poor hapless souls that somehow either wanted to go and serve our legal system or they’re the idiots that couldn’t seem to find a loophole to get out of serving.
It took me 46 years to be called for Jury duty and I couldn’t find a loophole. Then they saw my blog and wrote me off forever. Actually, that’s not true, I called and they didn’t have a case for me so I took the day off. Oh wait, I always take the day off.
But having the leftovers stand jury duty reminds me of the draft and how all the rich and important got out of the war too. So either way, war or legal decisions, we have only those who couldn’t find a way out to decide our fates.
Since the definition of JURY is: A jury is a sworn body of people convened to render an impartial verdict, I’m going to use you, my readers, as my jury. After all, I’ve seen some of you swear…I swear!
The trial? A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Your deliberation? To determine an innocent or guilty in the case of Charles Shultz’s attempt to bamboozle you with strange practical jokes.
The Evidence? Let me show you:
That's right...he's suddenly switched shirts and gotten rid of Schroeder. Very suspicious...
They follow Charlie brown out of the building and down the street. No Schroeder and no Shermie either.