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Ok I’ll show my age it’s a drive inn movie movie speaker. Lots of firsts in that place.
Suffer from that affliction my self
Always told my boys this is a free country you can do pretty much anything you want JUST BE SMART ABOUT WHAT YOU DO
I know he'd go off with a smile.
Within reason of course
Key words pretty much
My dad just told me if I wound up getting arrested don't call him until the morning
My dad told me if I got arrested, don't call him. That I'd do better calling a friend.
This /\/\ Plus I had the added bonus of growing up in a small town. Dad knew all the cops so it wasn't easy getting away with much lol. Often times the cops would drive me and my buddies home instead of busting us. They knew the "justice" our parents would dish out was much worse than a night in the can. I swear the closer we got to the house, the more scared I got! Lol.
Mine was a don't call type. In fact, he said when I was leaving for the Navy "if you go AWAL don't come here. I don't harbor fugitives." lol
I miss those days. My little home town of 9,000 people was just like that.
The little town I grew up in had one cop car. A 64 Plymouth station wagon /6. Some one donated. Us kids called it the potato wagon.
Yep. Me too. Helluva good time. Looking back I can't help but smile. Be well, Pat
Reminds me of this recent country song titled "I wish grandpas never died". A line in it says "I wish back roads drinking kids never got caught".
Dad was ex cop and jail guard. I "met" him at work on 2 occasions lol. I was kind of a target/trophy for one particular cop being a jail guards son. Randy Johnson, fuck you! Man Dad had some patience. Thank you and miss you Dad.