In a prior post we considered the business of process serving. Below are a couple of videos that illustrate some of the difficulties that a process server may encounter. I can't recall the name of my first year Civil Procedure professor. But I do recall the story he told about a NY process server who, in order to complete "personal" service, practiced for weeks before successfully tossing a sheaf of legal papers across an alleyway and through the open window of an apartment into a bowl of potatoes being peeled by the defendant. I think that Byran (below) would consider that job easy money.