Just a quick update that I’m almost done with the video for class. Out of all the projects I’ve done for class, this had to be the toughest one by far. But at least I learned a little about Final Cut even though I’m not a pro. It might not be the best video, but I can say that I tried making it to the best of my abilities. I’ll post it once I’m done.
Update: Almost done. I need one interview, pass by school to fix it up a bit, and turn it in. Looks good so far. Hopefully the teacher thinks the same.
From July 16 to July 18, I had Jury Duty. I’ve heard so much negative things about it that I wasn’t too excited to go. With that being said, I went the first day with a whatever feeling. I stepped foot in the room. I brought some books to read as entertainment. But I wasn’t able to read it because in the span of an hour or two, my name was called. I was selected as a possible juror. An hour after this happened, I became a juror to a case that took three days. Wasn’t bad but it was super cold in the room. Anyway, about Swatch. I didn’t know I was going to serve three days until the judge selected me. The next day, on Tuesday, I went to work to talk to the manager that I was selected. I talked to a co-worker and she told me that the manager had walked out. I wrote a note and put it where she can see it. Co-worker said that the new manager is cutting hours from the old crew. I have 7 hours every week now. That just tells me that it’s time to find a new job. It’s also come to the point where I don’t really care about Swatch as sad as it sounds. Would you care if you worked only 7 hrs? Probably not. But until I find a new job, I’m going to commit my duties as a Swatch employee. Back to my note. I wrote that I was a juror and had to attend on Wednesday morning. There was a problem though. That morning, earlier today, I worked at 11. Jury Duty was at 9:45 and I couldn’t miss. I told her to call but she never did. Oh well. Guess I’ll go tomorrow to talk to her. Update with new information later.