Never never ever will I follow you on a cruise to anywhere!!!!
With info like that you are hereby consigned to "Tail End Charlie" for
the rest of your natural born days.
At this exact moment in time 7/20/00 12:05, firstname.lastname@example.org made the
>> I knew that! I used to own a '64 Beetle myself, and I tried to float it
>> once! (Not on purpose.)
>Years ago my buddy and I were traveling down a dirt road and came upon a
>tree blocking the road. I told my friend to go around the tree. He pointed
>out the only way around was through the front yard of an abandoned house
>and there were some hedges blocking the way and view. Boy genius, (that's
>told him the hedges are not a problem if you have enough speed. So he
>backs down the road and gets ready for the run. His only concern was what
>might be behind the hedges. I figured since it was front yard there would
>only be trees and since there were none taller then the hedges in view
>it was not a problem, "Trust me" I said. Sadly he did. So he gets the
>VW up to about 30 MPH, since we did not want to get stuck and we left the
>road and plowed right through the hedges like a hot knife through butter.
>Once were in the front yard doing about 20 MPH imagine our surprise when we
>saw the large in the ground swimming pool. Off the shallow end we went.
>We came to a stop in the deep end in about 5 feet of water. Since the
>VW had holes in the floor it sank quickly. To make matters worst the pool
>was filled with about 5 feet of black water, leaves, and it had a really
>bad smell. Oh yeah those holes just help shoot a massive stream of water
>all over the interior of the car and us. Let me tell you old, black,
>stale pool water has a really bad taste. We both got a mouth full since
>we hit the water screaming. So we had to wade out and walk
>several miles to a phone to call a friend for a tow. He want to know
>why we needed him to bring a couple of 2x10s. He laughed for a good 10
>minutes when he saw our predicament. I wonder just what kind of mental
>patient puts a pool in the front yard, don't they know the danger to young
>foolish children. True story.
>Bill "Hey I have an idea, trust me" Gilroy
Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 1015 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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