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Getting short....

  1. Well, 4 more working days (6-14), and youse guys won't be able to harass me at PSS any longer :sad: :banana:

    Taking a job as a bailiff in the City-County building (Paternity Court). Be working 3 days a week, so I'll still be able to run Eagle Creek.

    I'll miss the shop, but this is too good an opportunity to pass up.
  2. Good Luck - You will be entering a whole new world and it will be much stranger than Jerry Springer ever imagined :wavey:
  3. Are you talking about the city-county bldging downtown?
    I don't think you can pack heat there-and they may try to see your hinney 'cause they take your belt, too...
  4. Ooooh...paternity court, huh? That place...? Well...uh...I'm hoping your fellow Indiana Glockers can count on you for a "break" now and then, if you know what I mean? :outtahere:
  5. Cut your hair short...
  6. "Paternity Court" "Getting short.... " :animlol:

    Oh, sorry, couldn't resist.
  7. After you get some experience under your belt you can go work for Judge Judy:tongueout:
  8. Nope, I'll be an officer of the court, and I can carry (part of the job). Even have arrest powers :tongueout:

  9. Well there goes your "I'll just have to shoot 'em" line.

  10. There goes the neighborhood. :animlol:

    Who, in their right mind, would give you arresting powers? :tongueout:
  11. Which academy will you have to attend?
  12. Would assume MCSD Speckled Deputy academy. One of the 'minor details' that needs hammered out :shocked:
  13. So, you are going to be working for.... (gasp)... Frank? :cowboy:
  14. Steve, I hope you realize we'll be calling you "Bull" for the rest of your natural life.

    Your only recourse is to shave your head, face, and start saying things like, "Yo-kay."
  15. Yo-kay :rofl: :rofl:
  16. He** NO!

    Working for the Circuit Court (which oversees the Paternity Court).

    MCSD does administer the Speckles, but I'm a Court employee. Once I clock out, I'm a mere citizen again.

  17. Hah, they'll get the same break they give me, Bwwwaaahahahaha :animlol: :rofl: :banana: :tongueout:

    :animlol: :rofl: :banana: :tongueout:
  18. Congratulations. Jobs like that can be both rewarding and frustrating, making one appreciate normal families, happy kids, loving moms, and non dead-beat dads. I hope you enjoy the job!