|08-10-2007 10:52 AM|
|08-10-2007 10:27 AM|
No, it was one of those "*&% *&%&% &*^%$%$# ^^%^%#^$ &%$#$%$ ^%^ little ^%&%^" you're gonna be shoveling &^%^ out of the barn for the rest of your life kinda things.
We took off all the time without telling anyone where we were going but they could usually track us down at one of our friends houses or we would return within a day or two. This was a little over the top.
|08-10-2007 10:14 AM|
|08-10-2007 09:35 AM|
|debruins||wow thats great!|
|08-10-2007 09:17 AM|
Me and my buddy Billy grabbing our .22's our fishing poles a couple sleeping bags and heading off into the woods for a couple weeks. We took no food, just lived off the land and wondered wherever we wanted till we got bored and went home.
Boy you shoulda heard our folks screaming, talk about fun, woowee.
It seams we forgot to tell anybody we were going and they had this strange idea that we might have been kidnapped or somesuch.
|08-10-2007 08:44 AM|
|08-10-2007 08:12 AM|
|08-10-2007 01:17 AM|
|jjseel||I think mine will be last Sunday, taking my 24 year old son wheeling. The look on his face...(I'm going through my 2nd childhood, the first wasn't all that great)|
|08-09-2007 11:59 PM|
|08-09-2007 11:48 PM|
|RIPBiker13||I've always wanted to see the aurora borealis!|
|08-09-2007 11:45 PM|
When I was 6-7 years old, we lived on a quiet country road. In the summer, after dark, my whole family would go for a walk down the road, and just listen the the night sounds and watch for shooting stars and satellites.
When I was 12, my dad woke us all up, about 1 am, to see the northern lights. It was the first time I'd seen them and I'll always remember that night.
|08-09-2007 11:40 PM|
02Prove, it's amazing how much in common we have. You hit the nail on the head here.......
|08-09-2007 11:11 PM|
|RIPBiker13||You were trying to be clever but I've got your number!|
|08-09-2007 11:09 PM|
|08-09-2007 11:07 PM|
|08-09-2007 11:03 PM|
|OdhinnsChick||I remember when I was 24 =P|
|08-09-2007 11:00 PM|
|08-09-2007 10:58 PM|
|debruins||my fondest childhood memory is of ummmm, yeah i dont really have one, i like where i am now to tell u the truth, i dont really have fond memories of my childhood, notthat it was bad, im just not as old as u guys and lookin back, i had like 3 friends than and was wicked shy and didnt talk, now im everyones friend and i can talk for hours to anyone, idk i guess my fondest childhood memory would be being with my great grnadpa b4 he died|
|08-09-2007 09:52 PM|
My fondest childhood memories....
...waking up and not stressing over bills or responsibilities, looking forward to summer vacation from school, hanging out with all my childhood friends, THREE FRIGGIN' STOOGES every Saturday morning before Looney Toons, hangin' out on the train trestle, playing street basketball, making fun of friends mamas, going riding in the bottoms on my bike, hanging out with my pops and not doing anything, having endless amounts of energy, playing with matchbox cars under the shade tree down the street, not knowing everything I know now about the world and all the messed up ass people in it...
I could do this forever. lol
|08-09-2007 09:39 PM|
Watching my Pops and Uncle Nick drinkin' beer and cracking bullwhips in the front yard. They both ended up putting X's on their own backs.
Oh and all the times Pops and I had to go to the hospital from Marion Lake because someone had a fishin' hook in them.
|08-09-2007 09:36 PM|
Yea, those two arab guys who got pulled over the other day, I don't know what they intended if anything at all, but I'm sure they wouldn't have made it very far. And despite the news, they were no where near the weapons station or even going in the right direction.
Oh, childhood memory, weeklong camping/fishing trip on the Brazos River just a few miles down from the PK dam.
|08-09-2007 09:17 PM|
|RIPBiker13||You shouldn't talk about those reactors. I was base police there, and my specialty was anti-terrorism. They will shoot on sight if you get within so close of them.|
|08-09-2007 09:13 PM|
|08-09-2007 09:08 PM|
I saw the batman movie that had the penguin in it at a drive in. ^_^
|08-09-2007 09:08 PM|
|08-09-2007 09:06 PM|
You must be old... lol j/k
I served for 4 years at the Naval Weapons Station in Goose Creek. You're close to where I was. I miss it there, it's so beautiful (if you know where to look)
|08-09-2007 09:06 PM|
|cavediverjc||Drive ins were so cool. I saw ET at the drive in, along with many others. We actually have a working drive in about 40 minutes away from my base. I just saw a double feature a couple weeks ago.....Transformers and Room 1408. Only cost $6 for a double feature!! I'm gonna miss that drive in when I leave here in less than a month.......|
|08-09-2007 09:01 PM|
|kg4kpg||Days without internet, cell phones and cable TV. Summer nights in Graford, TX, hanging out down by the main road's only street light with bats flying through the cloud of bugs attracted to the light. Coke in a glass bottle, 5 cent bubble gum. Being scared by The Exorcist at the drive in even though it was on another screen and I couldn't even hear it. So many to choose from...|
|08-09-2007 08:58 PM|
I'm about to get my 15mon daughter drunk so she'll go to sleep! LOL J/K I'm not a bad guy like that!
|08-09-2007 08:53 PM|
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