I have been called for jury selection a couple times out here in Grays Harbor County. They herd a group of us into the same room where the defendants of the Centralia Massacre case were tried in 1920 and we watch a very old videotape of Raymond Burr educating us on the role of the jury in our judicial process. I was not picked in either case. The fact that I came dressed like Batman's nemesis, the Joker (complete with facepaint and wig), might've had something to do with it.
Anyway, the thought crosses my mind that all this selection time and effort could be streamlined if jurors were selected just on the basis of astrological sign. This could be accomplished in two different ways. First, there are 12 jurors, and there are 12 signs of the Zodiac. Just fill each slot with a person from each sign and, according to astrology, you'll have a well rounded jury representing all human personality types. Or. A true jury of the defendant's peers would share the same sign as the accused. Hmm. 12 Scorpios in one confined room. Maybe not a good idea. Go back to using all 12 signs.