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  1. #121

    Game: When was the last time you...

    Several times last week. Probably not enough before then.

    When was the last time you visited a jail?

  2. #122

    Re: Game: When was the last time you...

    Quote Originally Posted by Darrell KSR View Post
    Several times last week. Probably not enough before then.

    When was the last time you visited a jail?
    that was in part for you. Certain things makes you take a whole different perspective on things.


    You can get bitter or you can get better....I choose better

  3. #123

    Re: Game: When was the last time you...

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    that was in part for you. Certain things makes you take a whole different perspective on things.
    It sure does, Doc. I regret how long ago it was for one person that I won't have the chance to do again. Wasn't "forever," but should've been more recent.

  4. #124

    Game: When was the last time you...

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Saturdays 2 weeks ago...Oodles of Noodles. Pad Thai that was suppose to have NO FISH SAUCE. Spent the night puking due to the fish sauce

    When was the last time you took something without paying for it?
    I bought several items at Bass Pro shop including an Shimano spinning reel. It was only around $80-$90. When the check out girl told me how much I owed I told her she must have missed something. So she went through it again and came up with the same number. So again I said she must have missed something, at this point she got all indignant like I was telling her she didn’t know what she was doing and told me she was sure it was right. So a third time I said that it couldn’t be right, this time she got plain snotty with me and told me that she new how to do her job.

    So I left and went home and went through the receipt and the items I got. When I bought the reel I had the guy put a couple hundred yards of 20lb line on the spool. When he put the reel back in the box he put a price sticker for the line on the reel box. The check out girl was ringing up the price of the line and not the reel.

    So the wife asked me if I was going to take it back and explain their mistake, which had the had girl not gotten all snotty with me that’s what I would have done, but I said “f” her, I tried three times to get it corrected and she got snotty... so I got the $80-$90 reel for like $6...

    Right or wrong, or whether I justified it in my own mind because I tried three times, or her crappy attitude I did not take it back.


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  5. #125

    Re: Game: When was the last time you...

    I'm not sure if this "counts" or not, but thinking about Doc's question on taking something that didn't belong to you...I guess I took a driver's license that didn't belong to me.

    When I was taking my driver's license exam at age 15 (the age for getting a license in Louisiana at the time), I cheated on my exam.

    My eye exam.

    We used a device sort of like a microscope, with two "eye holes" to take the exam. They had the eye chart for the right eye, and the eye chart for the left eye. I passed the exam for the right eye with no problem, because, you know, I could see.

    For the left eye I had a problem. When I was 9 years old, I was hit in the eye with a rock. I suffered a trauma-induced cataract, and I could not see anything out of my left eye. Nothing. So, you know, I couldn't pass the left eye exam because, you know, I couldn't see.

    I told them that I had an injury in that eye and couldn't see anything, and the testing person left to go get her supervisor. When she left, I had a moment of criminal brilliance--move my right eye to the left eyehole, and memorize the letters.

    I did. For one line.

    When she came back with her supervisor, I said "I think I can read the line now." And proceeded to recite the 5 letters or whatever it was in order.

    They probably knew what I did. They didn't ask any other questions, they didn't ask me to read the line above or below, which, of course, I couldn't if I had been asked.

    They issued me the license and I went happily along my way.

    Postscript, of course, is that at age 26, I had an intraocular lens implant put in my left eye, and now I can see out of it. And have happily passed eye exams as necessary since that time. I did not move from Louisiana until after that time, and did not need a new driver's license other than renewals until moving to Alabama. I guess I took an eye exam then; I don't even remember.

    Anyway, that's my story. I don't know if that "fits" or not.

    Anybody visited a jail recently? When was the last time? (If that's too personal, don't mention it. May be a bad question.)

  6. #126

    Re: Game: When was the last time you...

    Jail, that would be 1983 on a DUI...booked as Mark Hail because that is what the license I was using said. That was before Mothers were MADD, and laws were strict. I got out after a couple hours in the drunk tank, went to court the next day and when they called Mark, I got rearrested briefly. Fortunately my future father in law was tight with some people (at least this is what i believe) since it was his daughter who signed me out of jail as Mark.

    Edit to add:
    1) my future wife did not realize it was me, not Mark, who was arrested. She assumed it was him until I walked out the exit door

    2) when arrested, I told to officer I did not have my driver liscense on me. After arrest, they took my wallet and found the license and assumed that was me and booked me under that name

    3) Nowhere did I sign anything as Mark. All signatures were basic scribbles. I did this on purpose because I had an idea that best to keep my mouth shut. It was their assumption, not me using a false ID. In fact, I recall at one spot I actually signed my real name which may have been a saving grace.



    Going back to you license story..at 16, I went to the DMV, told them I was my 21 year old brother and had lost my driver license. gave them his SS and birth cert, they issued me a new OFFICIAL KY driver lisc with my picture on it. I was shaking so hard I told the lady I was on an antiseizure meditation, which wasnt too smart. Used that "fakeID" for a few years til I lost it. Then turned to barrowing Mark Hail who was a frat brother...until I got arrested.

    When was the last time you hired a lawyer?
    Last edited by Doc; Yesterday at 11:10 AM.


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