OK I am not trying or hoping to be offensive, but I'm sure this will likely come across as a mean spirited thread anways. But the "Wearing a Starfleet Uniform in Public" thread had me remembering the "Jury Duty Lady" from several years ago. She is brought up in the thread many times anyway. Remember that woman who showed up to court in a Starfleet uniform and phaser? I could forgive an 18 year old kid or even 21 year old pulling something like that, when your that age it may even seem kinda wheels off hilarious, but she was a grown woman that looked to be in her 40s or 50s. For her it seemed more odd. I remember her telling people she was a commander of a spaceship. Again, not trying to be mean, because she very likely is a Trek BBS member here. But what did you guys think of her? While I do say power to those who want to dress up in costumes, the jury duty Starfleet officer seemed to be going just too far. No one wears a sports jersey or other costume to jury duty, people dress as adults would, so it seemed bizzare for that woman to do what she did. She really contributed to the negative stereotype of Star Trek fans. Did you think it was too much?