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  1. #14
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    Mar 2003
    I guess they should've done it after closing time or in the back where customers would not see them. I just remeber some of the dumb ass stuff I did as a teen and a lot of it was much worse than horsing around like that.

  2. #15
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    Feb 2004
    That would make a nice commercial for that place

  3. #16
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    Jul 2002
    Slacking off right now
    you guys are a little up tight about this.

    let it go its the mgrs responsibility not yours.
    do you all phone in to the cops to report speeders people whom fail to signal turns

    come on its only a short step from speeding to crashing so we should all call in about it right.

    You know pain is a good teacher the kid will hurt him self sooner or later no question
    What dumb things did you do when you were 17?

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  4. #17
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    Dec 2004
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by The Penguin
    come on its only a short step from speeding to crashing so we should all call in about it right.

    Wouldn't it be a short ride, besides every now and then its fun to watch some jackass crash. ( with no injury of course)

    I say things to the managers from time to time, how do they know if no one says anything.
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