Putting an End to Gonlon Davidescu

A couple of years ago, I had a problem with someone by the name of Gonlon Davidescu — I thought I was rid of him and that I would never hear of him again since I informed the jury people that there was no such person and that it was simply my name, misspelled.

A few months ago I got a jury duty questionnaire for — not me. I did jury duty in January, and so I don’t have to worry about doing jury duty in New York for at least four years. Rather, this jury duty questionnaire was for Gonlon Davidescu. What I should have done at this point was to have filled out the questionnaire and have written in that Gonlon Davidescu did not exist and to maybe explain what had previously happened.

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Gauging the Effect of the Sanity and Fear Rallies

The weekend before the 2010 Midterm elections, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert held a massive rally in Washington D.C., the purpose of which was perhaps to be a contrast the so-called “Rally to Restore Honor,” held by Fox News Commentator/Gold Shiller Extraordinaire Glenn Beck. There was considerable more interest by the media in the Stewart/Colbert rally than there was in the Beck rally.

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