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I know what I’m doing.
Victoria Langley, Brazoria | Jackson EC
You can send me to college, but you can’t make me think.
Val Loftin, Cisco | CECA
That I could fix the toilet, so there was no need to hire a plumber.
Angela Bruce, Huntsville | MidSouth EC
About my job as a radio tower climber in Nacogdoches.
Anthony Piwetz, Victoria | Nueces EC
That a dachshund puppy “just followed me home.” That was a lie!
Patricia Hefti, Bryan | Bryan Texas Utilities
My friend and I stole a case of empty coke bottles to redeem for gasoline money for her car. She confessed it to the priest, so we returned the case before we got the money.
Betty Grahmann, Spring Branch | Pedernales EC
About my first ticket—burning off in a city park.
Dremma Haywood, Lone Oak | Farmers EC
As a teenager in Amarillo, I was caught with a friend trespassing on someone’s property and was shot at as I ran away. The bullet barely missed my head.
Jo Virgil, Austin | Pedernales EC
About being expelled from school for three days my senior year.
Ken Calhoun, Pittsburg | Bowie-Cass EC
Anything before I was 21.
I wanted to go to college.
Alesa Latham Sargent