Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth has been spending part of his time during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown creating original art that also acts as social commentary.
His latest piece of art declares “the internet we got hacked”, but with another recent picture that he shared via social media, Roth explains how he got out of jury duty.
In a piece entitled “Jury Duty” is an ocean scene with a frog and two fish with wide opened mouths and eyes. Roth added several lines of text to the piece that reads as follows:
Judge: Juror No. 7, Do you think you would make a good juror?
No. 7: Yes your honor, I do.
Judge: And why is that?
No. 7: You honor, I’ve done a lot of traveling and I know the good and bad neighborhoods
Judge: Good and bad neighborhoods?
No. 7: Your honor, I’ve seen whole communities where every single person in them was a crook, a liar, a thief, or covering for somebody who was (stunned silence)
Judge: Juror No. 7, can you tell me one of those neighborhoods?
No. 7 Your honor, my first example would be the legal community of Beverly Hills..
This is how I got out of jury duty
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