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>>Amanda's professed age makes me feel old: I was also in my sophomore
year of high school when I got my
>> driver's license and my first car--a car that shared my birth year: a
1968 Chevrolet Impala that was
>> affectionately referred to by myself and my friends as the "creature
from hell." There were big hair bands.
>> High school kids had cars with big back seats. Those cars produced
big billows of white tire smoke from the
>> REAR tires when they peeled out of the parking lot after school. Gas
was under a dollar a gallon. Ahh...
>> Those were the days when life at high school was the way God intended
teenage years to be...
Mebbe. My high school car was a Corvair. BUT, my best high school friend
had a Mustang he worked on himself. He worked at a gas station which
meant I could get gas very cheap... He always gave me a ride to high
school. I couldn't drive because the school had a rule against it unless
you worked after school (which he did). My senior year, it was a big
thing that we could leave campus for lunch.
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