High School Pranks

September 25, 2013
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It was always a lot of fun (at least for the guys who did it, but not for the owner of the car) to pick up a small car from its parking place and either put it in an undriveable place or at least hide it.  We used to do this to a teammate who had an old Henry J.  Just the other day I saw one of the new Smart Cars.   Because of the size of these new Smart Cars a few teammates could have carried these cars to another part of the county.  I wonder just how much they really weigh.  I wonder today what kind of things teammates do just to have “fun”.  I suppose, like everything else, it has to do with some electronic device.  They might post something for all to see about their teammate.  Our old prank of moving the car did not hurt anyone or the car itself.  Today most of these postings hurt the individual or, in some cases, are actually law-breaking.  When you have the thought process of most teenagers, no one thinks of this before they do it.  Again, fortunately for us old-timers, we just said stupid stuff about each other and it stayed in our little circle.

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