a reply to: KansasGirl
My lady you are to sweet. Admittedly it is often difficult
to convey the comsdy we remember thru text. But i'll
Had a home bar I attended daily for years late 80s
early 90's. Became part of the crew and we lived like
rock stars without the music for quite awhile.
Two doors down from the bars location in the same
lot provided a liquor store. Take my word for it a bar
full of maniacs like us should not even have that
much convenience to that much hard alcohol.
Even with most of the bars traditional profits were
from beer sales only. Lots of nefarious reasons some
valid some not. The under cover guys would be
try'n to play it off some how get in the mix try'n to
get confirmation of whatever.
So these two like all the others gave them selves up
immediately. And we always had a good time with
that. But this time one of the crew we can also call
him Bill decides to take this familiar calamity to a
whole new level. He introduces himself to the officers
with an alias and that was the only cue I needed
to keep an eye on this hut case.
He enters into thier pool game, bare kinda busy
and Billy being one those people that find
the most hilarious way to say everything that
came out of his mouth. And at the same time
a no fear badass capable on a pretty high level.
But no hero of mine really.
Thru the course of shooting pool and pretending
to be unaware of thier status. Bill gets this manical
conversation going on with these to fools. That
catered perfectly to his walk'n away talk'n out of
the side of his neck and eye rolls. Filled in by
these lewd tongue in cheeck expressions he
could get on his face.
And this went on longer then most of us could stand.
I know I had to exit the bar three times because I
couldn't contain the laughter but didn't wanna
blow it either." You had to be there" but that is easily
ranked among some of the funniest damn
things I've ever seen in my life.
Even before the part where we all just gave up
try'n contain our selves and pretty soon we were
all straight up laugh'n at 'em and they still didn't
catch on. I think they were axtually getting in to
our crowd and thought we liked 'em.
But nah we didn't.
Took the watch commander of the San Bernardino
Co sherrifs office weeks coming to our place
every night full of threats against everybody
that ever entered the place. Before I finally
comvinced my guy to give up the shield he
lifted from the jacket one those cops had
draped over the back of his chair.
I admit I missed Bill try'n to arrest me every night
with that officers shield. But the heat was
getting way to high. Sowhen the cops made
the offer to just return it thru the
bar no questions asked. I guess we started to
feel some remorse for thier desperation.
They finally made the right call and it was time
to let life go on.
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