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    Just for fun What is the most fun out there thing you have done or seen? Trigger
    mattthecat posted:
    I thought with the board being so serious lately we could use a break.

    As an adult I have never done any thing that wild but when I was really young seven or eight I had an uncle who would take me to the really pregame show at Tiger stadium. On home game days in Detroit instead of going to the base ball game we would park in the really bad inner city neighbor hoods around tiger Stadium a few hours before the game we would eat McDonalds (i would get a happy meal) and watch the police reclaim the neighbor hood from the street gangs, hookers and homeless. A large army of Detroit police officers would move down the middle of the streets and leave a police officer on almost every street corner in there wake. For some reason still unknown to me the bad element of the neighbor hoods would stay out until just the last moments and then fade back in to the neighbor hood I remember no matter how many times we did that there would always be a large number of people arrested and taken away in vans and buses. Do not try this at home Kiddies but we never got hurt and this is one of my fondest memories of an uncle who treated me like I was his own son.
    Does any one else have any unusual fond memories to share?


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