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Old 03-27-2007, 11:47 PM   #1
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JUST GOT DONE W/ COMMUNITY SERVICE

And it sucked but i got the 30 hours out the way so now all i got is 3 more months of probation..... and to think all this for one lousy wheelie....... women troopers
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Old 03-27-2007, 11:56 PM   #2
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I think the laws are rediculous for yankin a wheelie these days....I almost forgot how.. it had been so long because of the fear of the horse sh*t I'd go thru if I got caught...

Luckly for me I did confirm I can Still hang it out for a while on the ride tonight....
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And it sucked but i got the 30 hours out the way so now all i got is 3 more months of probation..... and to think all this for one lousy wheelie....... women troopers

Be glad you only had 30 hours to do. I had 240 hours when I was on probation last, that's 20 hours per month for a YEAR! Not to mention 6 YEARS of probation..... :eh:
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Be glad you only had 30 hours to do. I had 240 hours when I was on probation last, that's 20 hours per month for a YEAR! Not to mention 6 YEARS of probation..... :eh:

For a wheelie?
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What about all the stupid stuff you did before you got caught?
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For a wheelie?
not for a wheelie.......got jumped by 3 guys in a parking lot at a Barney's.......they pulled out sticks and bats, I pulled out a gun. I got arrested, they went home.
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CHL, don't think you can get one now

Pretty sure I can't. Haven't tried. It's been over 10 years since I completed probation.....

Funny thing was, back then I had all the chl stuff filled out and ready to mail in the next day, at my apartment. I had been to the range that afternoon and went straight to Barney's which is why I had my .40 in the car. (I hadn't been carrying illegally since I got a UCW a few years earlier). These guys starting jacking with me while I was waiting for some of the waitresses I was friends with to come out and go to breakfast.......and well it just went downhill from there I guess.....

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Be glad you only had 30 hours to do. I had 240 hours when I was on probation last, that's 20 hours per month for a YEAR! Not to mention 6 YEARS of probation..... :eh:
300 hours here. and the church(New Life Inc.) i finished with conveniently lost a month so i had to do an extra 30 and they worked us like slaves
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300 hours here. and the church(New Life Inc.) i finished with conveniently lost a month so i had to do an extra 30 and they worked us like slaves
I did most of mine at a Voluteer Fire Department, but then their cheif decided it wasn't worth the time and frustration for them to manage it so my last 45 or so hours I had to do "road crew" in the summer time. Which was being out 10 hours a day cleaning up trash or clearing brush or whatever when it was 100+ outside. Now that SUCKED! Not to mention that if the heat index got over a certain temp they loaded us on the bus and took us back, only getting credit for the hours you were there. I ended up donating about 8 hours of road crew because for my last day I only needed 2 hrs to complete and you're on a bus with everyone else so there is no way to leave 'early', you are out there for 10 hours no matter what.
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I think the laws are rediculous for yankin a wheelie these days....I almost forgot how.. it had been so long because of the fear of the horse sh*t I'd go thru if I got caught...

Luckly for me I did confirm I can Still hang it out for a while on the ride tonight....
what exactly is the law for yankin 1 up.....how bad is it?

i have gotten a ticket before for a wheelie ....wrote up as exhibition of excelleration.....i told him it was a power wheelie and i was just hanging on

cost me $125
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exhibition of acceleration is no biggie.....you can get written for that in your car too for squeeling the tires or whatever. I've had at least one of those tickets...

riding up on one, could get you anything from exhibition of acceleration to wreckless driving to ?? ..... really an interpretation on the officers part and how bad they want to stick it to ya.
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I did most of mine at a Voluteer Fire Department, but then their cheif decided it wasn't worth the time and frustration for them to manage it so my last 45 or so hours I had to do "road crew" in the summer time. Which was being out 10 hours a day cleaning up trash or clearing brush or whatever when it was 100+ outside. Now that SUCKED! Not to mention that if the heat index got over a certain temp they loaded us on the bus and took us back, only getting credit for the hours you were there. I ended up donating about 8 hours of road crew because for my last day I only needed 2 hrs to complete and you're on a bus with everyone else so there is no way to leave 'early', you are out there for 10 hours no matter what.
i did about half of my time on road crew, mostly on Garth Rd. in baytown. getting to pick up diapers, syringes, and all of that fun stuff in 100 degree heat all day still doesn't compare to New Life Church imo. they were motivated by $$$ whereas CSOs don't really care how much garbage you pick up, so long as you don't just mess around. the church on the other hand would have us move 2000 50 pound rolls of wallpaper out of a train trailer so a high up lady at the church could come over and pick out a couple of rolls for herself. and the Bishop would come by if there were any expensive donations(DVD player got stolen one day and he cussed out the whole CS crew, even though it was on a different day that it was stolen).
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Like you said, Y&S, Been there many times, I mean the stupid part, not getting any younger. Didn't have community service in my day, just went to jail and paid fines.
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