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Re: Hardhat = Invisible

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We sometimes used to work on commercial buildings at night. Usually the only time the police would stop and see what we were doing is if we had called to give them a heads up. The only time they paid us a visit when we didn't call to say we'd be working was one time when I tagged along to work with my Dad when I was in junior high. He was putting the finishing touches on speed shop. The store owners and employees were setting up displays. I was assigned the task of putting trim on the sales counter. I somehow triggered the silent alarm which no one knew was on. Several police cars converged on the store. Blocked the main road which ran in front of the store. Cops came running in, some with guns drawn. The jokers that worked at the store all pointed at me.
Turns out one of the cops worked part time for my Dad and knew we were working there. He got his police buddies to join him storming in the place like that. The police were laughing. The store workers were laughing. Dad was laughing. 11 or 12 year old me was not laughing.

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06-03-2014 15:30:55

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 Re: Hardhat = Invisible in reply to Pops1532, 06-01-2014 12:35:32  
I bet it is a good memory now though

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