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To think that I used to commute in that after midnight when working on second shift at P&W Aircraft.  That was in a 2wd Pinto Wagon.  The best part was so very few other cars on the road.  If you were climbing a hill and there was a stop sign or a light you didn't stop or even slow much.  The other folks doing that drive were smart enough that if they saw you coming they stopped and got out of the way because they were going downhill.  The worst part was that if you crashed you were probably there till morning.

As I got older I got smarter and phoned in to work "fuck that"

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