Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich has a new gig. He's been moved from his dish washing job at the low-security prison in Englewood, Colorado and now, he'll spend his days in the prison library. This could be a better fit for the governor who once expressed interest in teaching a Shakespeare class while he's locked up.
His former attorney, Sam Adam, Junior, tells the "Chicago Sun-Times" Blagojevich was "totally bored" working in the kitchen. Adam says Blagojevich has been reading books on former presidents. Blagojevich began serving a 14-year term for corruption back in March. He hasn't given up on appealing his conviction.