Was an accidental stow away on a completely full and expensive 8 hour train ride from Poland. Moved with all my stuff from one bathroom to another and tried creatively hiding so I wouldn't be thrown off into the cities in Poland that apparently haven't been touched since WWII... It was a nervous time for me because I'm not a law-breaker by nature... made it through though..
And I also robbed a few banks and gas stations back in the 90s.
Witnessed a jewelry store robbery when I was A kid in Downtown KC. I also am friends with the dude that drove his jacked up Blazer into the VEISHA parade for a few blocks in the early nineties. (ya he got arrested over in Boone Hardees drive thru.)
That rug really tied the room together, did it not dude?
I woke up strapped to a table with a battle axe swinging suspiciously close to my face. A clown looking thing with a scruffy voice appeared on a television screen saying he wanted to play a game. I could wait and see what type of damage the axe would do to me or press one of two buttons which would lay some unknown damage onto a Hawk or Husker. It was a no brainer, I pressed both buttons at the same time.
Busted peeing on a bus stop at the corner of Lincoln Way and Beach. It was after bar close and I was walking home. The cops made me call people to try and find a ride home, but of course my friends were all drunk and in no mood to be driving in front of the police. So the officers put me in the squad car and drove me home. If you're out there, thanks officer!
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