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michele

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You jumped out of vehicles, Gardener? Well, you can't see me looking at you funny, so tell, tell! 
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I used to live above a bar in a small town in a cheap furnished apartment. I wasn't old enough to go to the bar but just about every Saturday Night the house band would play. It was loud so I would do what everyone in a small town does on the weekends go to house parties or bonfire parties because it was winter. My friend's cousin came and picked me up in an early 90's 4 door Cadillac. One of the rear tires was one of those doughnut spares your only supposed to go 60 MPH max. I noticed they were driving around with the front window down and when I noticed they never rolled it up, upon further inspection I noticed the broken glass and the broken steering column. The cousin saw the police and freaked out and took off. We went 130 MPH 6 miles down the road to the next town and basically lead a bunch of police cars in a large circle around the town. I was in the back seat and had my hand up the whole time. When the driver slowed down to about 30 MPH to make a corner I jumped out on a large lawn. I told the police what had happened but ended up with a $66 speeding ticket. I started trying to talk my way out of it explaining I had to remove the seatbelt to jump out. Anyhow I ended up walking home the six miles in the freezing cold weather. Got chased by wild dogs a little but they lost interest along the bike path between towns.
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LOL! That was a great story, made me laugh. 

I got expelled from school once when I was in Grade 9 for silly pranks. We (my friend and I) thought it would be funny to sign out a ton of library books and shoot them all down the book return to bug the stuffy librarian. Got caught and giggled like idiots in the detention room, singing Help. Got sent to the office. I think it was Grade 9 - I think I was 13ish. So long ago now. I used to skip a lot because my friend's dad worked next door at the elementary school. So we'd take his car, go to the bluffs, and return the car by 3:00. I climbed the bluffs --- did some dumb things, but never jumped out of a moving car. Wow.
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I think most of my time in school was spent in the Principal's office for something or other. In middle school we would lock the wood shop teacher in the wood room when he would go in there. Then we would race the belt sanders off the tables or along the floor. The teacher from the room next door would always have to check on the wood shop teacher. I think it was a contest to see who was the worst kids. We drove a teacher that taught at a juvenile detention center crazy she said we were way worse than the detainees. Anyhow I do fine when I don't have rules the break or bend. I am a bit of a recluse but it is so I don't wake up in jail, Canada, or Mexico. People really look at me funny when I tell stories about taking LSD and going diving or other crazy adventures.
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Gardener you sound like a wild child!  You're just not one to follow the norm.  Good for you!!!!
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