Citizen David? Maybe Not

Posted Monday, April 6, 2009, at 6:52 AM
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    Answers to "the test"

    PART I: LET GEORGE DO IT

    Ever Gone To A City Council Meeting Just to See How/If Local Government Works?

    Not here in Clay County, although I did in other places that I've lived.

    Ever Attended A School Board Meeting With No Agenda Of Your Own?

    Yes, in Putnam, Parke, and Owen counties within the last year just to observe.

    Ever Made A Financial Contribution To A Candidate In Whom You Believed?

    First, I would have to find one that I believed strongly enough in.

    Ever Met City Alderman (Alderperson?) at One of Those Scheduled Public Meetings?

    Yes

    Ever Attended A Cracker Barrel Meetings-- For Which Our Representatives Go To Some Effort On Their Own Dime?

    Yes

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    PART II: DON'T GET HANDS DIRTY

    Ever Served On A Jury?

    The only time I have ever been selected for jury duty was in 1983 in Onslow County, NC, three months after I was transferred from Camp LeJeune to Camp Schwab, Okinawa, Japan.

    Ever Taken Part in Passage of a New Law?

    No

    Ever Gone To Court Just To See What Happens Without Judge Judy?

    Yes

    Ever Voted In An Uncontested Primary Election On A Rainy Day?

    Yes, I vote every chance I get.

    Ever Successfully Defended a Speeding Ticket in Traffic Court?

    No, but I did a DUI in NC.

    PART III: AVOID PUBLIC NOTICE

    Ever Written A (Signed) Letter To The Editor Of The Brazil Times -- And It Was Worth Publishing?

    One or Two, and if I didn't feel that it was worth publishing I wouldn't have written it.........LOL!

    BONUS:

    Know The Difference Between County Councilman and Commissioner?

    Yes, but if I put the answer down here everyone will get the bonus.............LOL!

    -- Posted by Leo L. Southworth on Mon, Apr 6, 2009, at 5:28 PM
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