We went to early primary voting today. Two and a half long pages of candidates and propositions. The propositions were heavily weighted to categories no one could vote against. Who would vote against "everyone deserves a good education." I suppose those who haven't received a good education might. Then when we got home, my husband had received a jury summons notice. There was a fairly extensive quiz to answer and either mail in or drop off at the courthouse (which is under renovation and closed, so you have to drive a couple of miles to the annex). One exemption is for age over 70. Then the questionnaire asked if this was a temporary or permanent exemption. Since there is little likelihood of him getting younger next birthday, he checked "permanent". Perhaps the person who designed the jury duty questionnaire hadn't received a good education. Government can be so entertaining!