A few weeks ago, I was caught on campus passed out on a bench with an open container of Jaeger beside me. The cops treated me like I was a terrorist and the whole experience was extremely traumatizing. I got a letter from the prosecutor's office today offering to waive the charge if I agree to 16 hours of supervised community service. Does anybody know what community service under these circumstances typically entails? I looked up "supervised community service" and my palms got sweaty just reading what I found on judicial websites--feeding the elderly, helping autistic children, etc. I think I would rather have a permanent criminal record than subject myself to such excruciating situations. But I wanted other people's opinions first. Maybe I'll just have to get drunk before I show up for community service.