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  1. #26
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    if only mildbill's posts resulted in the actual story like basom's do.

  2. #27
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    Great read.
    "It appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds."

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    that was BEAUTIFUL!!! BEST TR EVER!!!!!!


    Blue Hill ave in Mattapan, Saturday, 3:00 am. I am surprised that you survived that being a bunch of White dudes in plaid pants in afro wigs. More so than drinking 25 or 30 cocktails which is also quite lethal.

    Way to represent the Boston Maggotry. I am impressed.
    thats new hampshire as fuck


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  4. #29
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    I had a very similar experience to this during my leaving Chicago tour. Insert Cabrini Green for Mattapan. Luckily one of my fine friends related it to a lady friend while I was getting drinks for everyone.

    As I come back to the table she greets me not with "thanks for the drink" but "What the fuck do you have against Pakistani cab drivers?" Meanwhile with the sand bag complete my friend offer's up "So, are we taking a cab back to Wash Park?"
    "The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money" --Margaret Thatcher

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    Wink

    Based on the stories of Iceman, Gonzo/Honc collective events, basom/mildbill events, and Armchair Extreme I'm a little freaked out about those from Boston

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    Originally posted by Cornholio
    Holy shit.
    I second that.... my god.
    "You go for it. All the stops are out. Caution is to the wind, and you're battling with everything you have. That's the real fun of the game. "

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  7. #32
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    oh my f'ing god.


    I'll be at the Langsford the 24-26th for a wedding.....and I need a date.
    I have mastered all major sporting activities to a high degree of mediocrity.

  8. #33
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    Jesus Fucking Christ. Lesson Learned:

    Leave the "stupid pants" at home... Wear the chastity belt instead.

  9. #34
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    Originally posted by gonzo

    and this stolen car filled with trash in the middle of Murderpan

  10. #35
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    THAT was one hell of a story, holy cow!!!
    "boobs just make the world better really" - Woodsy

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    I don't quite understand why you went to an ATM and gave the second guy $80, though. I guess you guys were just in a generous mood that night.

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    Originally posted by The AD
    I guess you guys were just in a generous mood that night.
    A.K.A. Wicked Hammid, in Mattapan, at night, white, shitting in their pants, time to bail as quickly as possible. there are NO cabs to be gotten at that time round that part of town at night.
    thats new hampshire as fuck


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    Originally posted by gonzo
    slams on the breaks - we all jump out and start to run - wil and I are gone and over a fence - honc blew his knee out playing soccer prior and hobbles away as best he can - dude gets out of the car, chases down honc, choke-hold and says to him I dont care about going back to prison but I am going to take a bodybag with me.
    Q: How fast do you have to be to escape from an amped up ex-con?

    A: Just a little bit faster than a gimpy Honc.
    Charlie, here comes the deuce. And when you speak of me, speak well.

  14. #39
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    Originally posted by mildbill.
    it was quite the story.
    no doubt, that was a good one. an equally funny site was basom, gonzo and myself jockeying for position to browse the new Powder issue. nice to meet the infamous Splat in person. quite a few stories and laughs.
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    yuh. i would've paid that dude 2X to get me out of there.

    basically, picture the worst neighborhood you can think of.
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    Heh, I'll have to relay this one to a friend who's moving to Boston in a few months.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    Fuck yeah! I guess all those years in Waterville paid off! I only hope I can stomach 30 drinks and not die. You are my hero Gonzo.

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    Originally posted by gonzo
    We just starting walking into traffic waving our arms
    sounds alarmingly similer to my first meeting you gonz. strange.




    well this thread certainly worked out nicely.

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    Originally posted by CantDog
    Fuck yeah! I guess all those years in Waterville paid off! I only hope I can stomach 30 drinks and not die. You are my hero Gonzo.
    Good to have role models, I guess.

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    Kinda funny timing on this...we're having a somewhat similar party Saturday night in Boston if anyone is interested. PM me and I will forward the details. I actually sent my rendering of the story on to a bunch of my buddies - haven't though of it in a while and neither had they. Good times...sort of. Subject was "What NOT to do Saturday night"

    Hopefully Honc will chime in sometime here...I swear it is true!
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    Talking

    heh that's a great story....wtf is up with Bahston mags? My one experience there with acostiga, gonzo, and wizard at a bar ended up with acostiga driving at high speeds down a one way street with no lights on and wizard (yes, that wizard ) jumping out of the car rambling on about cops, buses, and something up hits and lines or something (I think he was referring to BC hits and lines, or something, uh, yeah that's it...). Great f-ing night

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    i still can't belive acostiga made it all the way down charles street going the wrong way. unreal.
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  23. #48
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    this shot of the story teller sums up the mood of the tale quite nicely



    and to answer the question about wtf is up with bean town mags: lead paint chips, everyfuckingwhere.

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    WOW. That story could have ended up a lot worse after "Mattapan 3AM on a saturday night." Congrats on making it out alive!

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    Wow is right! Downright cinematic. Like a freaky cross between "Pulp Fiction" and "Pee Wee's Big Adventure."



    [Damn. Wish I could find an image of the scene where Pee Wee hitches a ride with the escaped convict...]

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