Sunday, March 6, 2011

So Let It Be Written. In The Pudding.

The evidence is now irrefutable.

If given the opportunity, a jury of my peers would find me guilty, beyond reasonable doubt. And yes, if given the opportunity, it would be my utmost pleasure to be in a room with a jury of my peers.

Note: Imagine the shoes!

So, the evidence arrives in the mail in an envelope with other non-evidentiary correspondence, such as the mortgage statement, the Val-Pak coupons in the blue mailer and an invitation for The Hub to join the AARP.

At first, I feel shock. Then awe. Then delight, yes, because there it is, right before my very eyes. In black and white, yes, I find payment for services rendered.

So let it be written, so let it be done.

The proof is in the pudding.

Heck, yes!

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