Go Out and Play and Don't Come Home until it's Dark. Growing up in the 70's wasn't easy. No internet or smartphones, video games or HDTV -- thing but time to kill and the endless potential of a summer day. Only parental threats and a newly-developed sense of right and wrong could steer Johnny Virgil and his two younger brothers away from trouble...or directly into it. Join Johnny on this hilarious and irreverent romp through his childhood as he recounts the stories that made him what he is today - an unimportant cog in a vast, corporate financial services machine. But he wasn't always this way, and this book is proof. Booby traps, severed deer legs, runaway bulldozers, young love and fresh cow pies -- all this and more, brought to life by Johnny's sometimes twisted, sometimes touching but always hilarious tales of suburban childhood. If you have kids of your own, these are the stories you don't want them to read. If you like to laugh even when it's wrong and long to return to a more incent yet treacherous time, this book will leave you wishing Johnny's childhood had never ended. ************* Important Note: This book is t intended for young readers. It does contain some profanity and adult situations and may t be suitable for all audiences.