Hi Mr. Bill Murray,When my coworkers heard about your golfcart episode recently, they all laughed and looked at me. As teenagers, a few friends and I had taken a few golfcarts from St. Georges Golf Course in the mid-north west corner of Toronto and drove them downtown and back. Sure, we were drunk too. I got ratted out to the police by some pals whose party (and front lawns) we crashed with the carts. At one point I was “side-sliding” out onto a quite middle-of-the-night throughfare. Side-sliding is when you as going so fast on a corner that your golfcart tips onto its flat side, 90 degrees to the road, and you have to hold on tight and not laugh too much. when the cartrt slows down it usually falls back onto its wheels. Good times. My favourite movie of yours is Groundhog Day. Assholes and idiots should be forced to watch it until they understand the message within the movie. Next time you’re in Toronto, look me up. Cheers!
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