Re: [DML] Re: Parking lot collision advice?
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Re: [DML] Re: Parking lot collision advice?

I agree with Ryan - Think of the gesture as a little lubricant to 
keep the wheels of a polite society spinning.  I had a similar issue
with a parking lot hit several years ago.  My parked car was hit
by a carload of teenagers late at night in a motel parking lot.  The
driver left a note for me with the hotel desk clerk.  I made very 
sure to let the girl who was driving and her parents know that I 
was very impressed that she left a note.  The driver liked that, 
because her parents eased up a little on her for doing the
right thing in a difficult situation.


-------------- Original message from "Ryan Wright" <ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> On 10/25/06, David Teitelbaum wrote: 
> > 
> > What you suggest is great advice but it just goes against the grain, 
> > giving someone flowers for hitting your car! The flowers I might send 
> > would be to their funeral after I got done with them if I saw it happen! 

> Hi David, 
> Why so hostile??? I'd be upset, too, but most people don't hit your 
> car on purpose. I'll bet the lady who hit Joe's DeLorean feels worse about it than he does.

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