Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #145 — 2/5/15

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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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34 Responses to Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #145 — 2/5/15

  1. I love it! …is it allowed to sleep while sitting in the audience? or will it end with a fine for that z-z-z-z guy?

  2. Ally Bean says:

    Delightful. So true in our phone-centric world. Hadn’t thought of this reality before.

  3. I love that your signature squirrel is objecting. And I only caught that because I zoomed in to see what was written on the seal

  4. NotAPunkRocker says:

    I guess justice is in the eye of the beholder?

    😀

  5. PigLove says:

    Snorts! I ❤ it! So hilarious this jury duty stuff. I gotta sneak in one day and see what the hoopla is about. XOXO – Bacon

    • I was inspired by your Mommy’s story, and was gonna do this comic last week until the WordPress “upgrade” idea came to me. It’s a whole lot of fun if you have a bunch of time to kill…

  6. fanrosa says:

    Jury duty is even worse when you work across the hall from the jury room, then you don’t even get a day off work for it…..

  7. WalkToRio says:

    Jury duty isn’t fun if it isn’t Judge Judy presiding the court.
    And now all I can think of is the Rural Juror

  8. Blue62 says:

    My uncle planned to start a conversation with “George” smack dab in the middle of his interview, start chewing him out for…something. Always been an odd critter…

  9. goldfish says:

    Ugh. Jury Duty. I’m going to use Hottie’s scheme next time.

    • The one time I made it to a courtroom for the start of jury selection (Guy plead during the first break), I realized there are many, many chances for someone who really doesn’t want to be there to say the wrong things and get dismissed. Of course, they’d probably just punish you by sending you back to the juror’s dungeon rather than outright sending you home…

  10. I used to get called for jury duty often. One year, I was actually selected to serve, ruining my plans, not to mention my boss’s plans. So as the day wore on, I wasn’t sure if the defendant was guilty, but everyone else wanted to get home in time for dinner. Guilty it was. It wasn’t a life-death issue, but still …

  11. LOL! I bet they don’t allow crochet hooks in jury duty. I would start twitching from inactivity. LOVED my cousin Vinnie. 😀

    • Only if they are being held for evidence in a stabbing trial. I imagine they might let you…. “examine the evidence” during deliberations! Oh look! Juror #6 made a lovely Rainbow Donkey! 🙂

  12. JackieP says:

    I have never been on jury duty or called for it. I moved too much, they couldn’t catch me! 😉

  13. draliman says:

    Looks like Hottie’s already made up her mind. And Buster must be innocent, he’s always the victim.
    Critter magazine tells me Libra is up next week. That’s me!
    You can take away my dignity and my phone, but no-one takes away my chileh. CHILEHHHHHHHH.

  14. herdthinner says:

    Never mind my phone. It’s my iPad I couldn’t live without.

    But then, I’ve got a stack of about 100 unread comic books and magazines that I keep vowing to get to someday, so maybe I SHOULD get called?

  15. My aunt and uncle missed my profession at the end of January because my aunt was on jury duty for about the 5th time in her life. Here in the UK, it’s sort of random chance, so some people get called loads and others hardly ever. There is a way of taking someone off the list though, if they’ve served on a particularly difficult or long case.

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