[DML] Strange car show behavior
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[DML] Strange car show behavior

I had some tourists jump into the passenger seat when I wasn't looking.
We weren't at a show, but had gotten out to chat in a parking lot and 
all of a sudden, a kid is in my car posing for photos, and gets ticked 
when we suggest he should have asked before jumping into someone elses 
car.  Meanwhile, his friend heads around to the drivers side, 'asking' 
as he tries to get in.  When I say no thank you, he explains to me that 
he must, in order to get in the photo alongside his friend.
Upon my firm recommendation, he ended up posing beside his friend on 
the curb next to the car.

It's nice to get attention, but some humans are rude idiots.
This kind of moment helps you understand what a living hell celebrities 
must go through on a daily basis.

On Jul 25, 2005, at 4:45 PM, dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

  Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 10:53:05 -0700
    From: Johnny Sawyer <johnny.sawyer@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Question and strange car show behavior

Yeah, that's really messed up.  I was at a show this weekend and I had
to kick three different people out of my driver seat.  One guy
actually told me I was rude to do that.  I told him ploping your butt
in someone else's exotic collectiable car is what is considered rude.
He disagreed.>

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