I was impressed with the juror accomodations. It is a fairly new courthouse, so everything was nice and clean with comfy chairs, the goal being to keep us all happy being it was a
The woman who was heading up the orientation bragged about how the jury room had some of the best wi-fi in the courthouse. Having brought my laptop, I was eager to check it out. After 6 failed attempts to connect to the internets, I learned from the juror next to me that the system had been out for over a day and that there was a "ticket" in to get it back up and running....This being city government, the translation was: "ain't no way you are getting on your laptops today."
But, there being more than one way to skin a cat, I moseyed on over the room where the desktops were stationed and discovered the internet was working. This was good, because I had decided the best way to fill up 7 hours of nothingness: Deleting the 13,797 emails that were in my Yahoo! inbox. And I'm not kidding on that one. Come to find out all the emails I had been deleting since last February 27th were only getting deleted from the folder (this was for a subaccount) - but not officially deleted from the inbox.
But carma, why didn't you just do a "clear all?" Good question: Because I'm anal and would save emails from months back because they may have had some important info in them, so a "clear all" was out. Which left only one option: going through them one by one. A lesser person
I am happy to report that, three days later, my inbox is now down to a much more manageable number of 9,400.