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Let's talk about julie324's ex-con husband.

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Re: Let's talk about julie324's ex-con husband.

  • image hindsight's_a_biotch:
    Honestly, I probably wouldn't care if my SO had been convicted for a non-violent offense back when I was still learning my times tables, particularly if that offense didn't warrant prison time.

    Yeah I'm with HS on this one.

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  • image BowiesInSpace:
    My dad was arrested a few times in college.  Public nudity.  Or, as he explains it, "it was the 1960s...who wasn't streaking?"  I think what embarrasses him is that he got caught - he was on the track team and couldn't outrun the popo.

    OMG lol. This is awesome.

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  • image BowiesInSpace:
    My dad was arrested a few times in college.  Public nudity.  Or, as he explains it, "it was the 1960s...who wasn't streaking?"  I think what embarrasses him is that he got caught - he was on the track team and couldn't outrun the popo.

    This makes me giggle. Like whoa. lol

    I kind of expect that getting arrested is apart of the college experience provided as the offenses were minor.

    Yanno, urinating in public, public intoxication, getting thrown in the paddy wagon after hurling insults at police in riot gear during a protest, etc.



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  • image BowiesInSpace:
    My dad was arrested a few times in college.  Public nudity.  Or, as he explains it, "it was the 1960s...who wasn't streaking?"  I think what embarrasses him is that he got caught - he was on the track team and couldn't outrun the popo.

    LOL sounds like my dad in the 60's...except he was getting arrested for attacking a police officer who was trying to arrest his friend who was trippin' on LSD.

    And no one knew about this until he tried to purchase a gun 4 years ago and the Department of Homeland Security had to investigate him before being cleared to legally own a firearm.  Needless to say, my mom now wonders what else she doesn't know about his past. 

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  • hey, i got 5150'd.. does that make me an excon? lol
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  • image Kristine Schilling:
    hey, i got 5150'd.. does that make me an excon? lol

    5150'd is not an excon. You aren't convicted when you are put on hold. The operative word in excon is convict. A 5150 doesn't show up on a background check. I know because I've been 5150'd four times and had to do a background check so I could work in the school system. I passed with flying colors.

    Now I understand that people might have a moral trepidation about me working in a school while being diagnosed with a psychotic disorder, but I'm only a danger to myself.

    Great, now I'm feeling uncomfortable about going to work on Thurs.

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