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Stew (stewuseless) wrote,
@ 2005-08-06 16:03:00
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    Current mood: bouncy
    Current music:Say Anything - Spidersong

    Whoop!!
    These past two weeks have been very interesting. It all started last weekend, Friday night to be exact. Last Friday, I went back to my hometown to attend a 20th birthday party for my high school friend Shawn Tanner. Yeah, we were friends in high school, but I hadn't talked to him since, so I really didn't want to go. However, Billy the Greek was going to be in attendance and he is one guy that I really wanted to stay in touch with. So, off to Newark I did trod. At the party, Billy and I reminisced about old times and caught up with what we had been doing since we graduated. To cut a long story short, I eventually got a girl's number from Billy and Miranda. Now this girl had gone to high school with me, so I knew who she was, but since I hadn't spoken to her in about 3+ years, I was a little shocked. Anyway, more on this later.

    Well, on Saturday, I had returned home here at 104 to celebrate my roommate's 20th birthday. This party was going a lot better than the one I was at on Friday night. Well that is until the crack snorters became a problem. There were these two guys at our party. Originally, we caught them doing some drug, what we thought was crack, on our kitchen counter. Well, we asked them politely not to do that in the house and they were very apologetic about the entire incident.....until we caught them in the living room trying to do the same thing. We think this is the end of our problems with them, but once again we were wrong. They were next caught in our rooms. Thankfully, they weren't doing any drugs, but still, is there any good reasons for them to be in our rooms? After this we kept an eagle-eye on them and soon they were up to no good again. This was the last straw, so, as a house, we threw them out of the party. Anyway, they were now getting into their car and they were going to leave. Normally, I might have stopped them since they obviously wasted/high. But they had been big D-Bags, so I didn't feel the least bit sorry for them. Now is when the fun started.

    By a stroke of luck, it was at this time that the UD Police decided to make a pass by our house. They see the two D-Bags getting into their car, so the cops roll up and stop them. Upon searching the car, the cops find a digital camera, an i-pod and rolled change that they had stolen from our house. They also find drugs, drug paraphernalia, and alcohol. After everything that happened, the D-Bags ended up going to jail and we are pressing charges. There are a total of six charges that they are facing; Felonious Theft, Aggravated Trespassing, Assaulting an Officer, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Underage Possession and Transportation of Alcohol, and Underage Intoxication. Those D-Bags definitely got what they deserve.

    I told you once already that I picked up a phone number last Friday at the party I went to in Newark. Well, I finally called the number Thursday. I wasn't expecting much, but I told Miranda that I would call it, so I did. Katy and I spent over an hour and a half catching up the past two and a half years. After the call, I must say that I was high as a kite, to use an old cliche. Damn, my luck just may have changed....



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