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WHEN I LIVED IN NEW JERSEY, I BELONGED TO A GANG OF TEN
YEAR OLDS. INITIATION INTO THIS GANG CONSISTED OF
MEETING ON TOP OF A FACTORY AND JUMPING TO THE RAILROAD
TRACKS. YOU CLIMBED A FENCE, GOT ON THE FACTORY ROOF,
HANG ON THE GUTTER, THEN JUMP ACROSS FOUR FEET. BUT THE
GANG WAS NO GOOD.

Where learned: NEW JERSEY

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Initiation rite Hazing
BELIEF -- Good luck

Date learned: 03-11-1970

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