Comment: Sorry you don't like my word choice

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Sorry you don't like my word choice

Mentioning barbecue is disrespectful? I've planned vacations around visits to barbecue joints, driving out of the way to visit one that someone recommended or to re-visit one that I particularly liked. So when I talked about people sitting around a table at a restaurant or on my patio, eating good barbecue and drinking good beer and watching the kids play, it's not disrespectful. It's a way of saying that I'm talking about genuine, ordinary folks, in a context that is about as far as you can get from the cold marble halls of a courthouse where people and papers are shuffled from one place to another all day long.

But I'll ask the question as plainly and simply as I can, just in case you might do me the favor of a direct answer: what exactly do you think a group of people who want to be a grand jury with the powers of a grand jury must do in order to become a grand jury and have those powers?