Re: [DML] Re: Just curious - parade participation
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Re: [DML] Re: Just curious - parade participation

People are crazy.  While I've been in restaurants, I've had people sit on my hood to take pictures, touch every part of the car, pound on the side of it (because it's solid stainless steel, you see), try to open the doors, try to open the louvers, etc.  They usually understand their own lack of respect when I come outside and scream a stream of foul language.  :-)
At car shows, people regularly do the same, including allowing their kids to jump in the seats without asking.
Most people are very nice and respectful, and I certainly don't mind answering any questions.  --And typically I am VERY accommodating to any respectful request (I let folks drive it all the time).  But, some people are absolutely insane.

Jake Kamphoefner

----- Original Message ----
From: Wilson Hitchings <canon20dfan@xxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 11:39:35 AM
Subject: [DML] Re: Just curious - parade participation

I don't understand - do you mean people touch the car or actually get 
in it? SURELY they wouldn't sit in it or lift the hood without asking, 

--- In dmcnews@yahoogroups .com, "Rick Heile" <rick.heile@ ...> wrote:
> Regarding parades they went looking for me. One day someone followed 
> me home and asked if I would attend. After that, I guess I am on some 
> list. Car shows are a bit mixed. My first show was put togeather by 
> Jason trying to get a few more Ds to show up at the exotic car show 
> held every year. Others I mostly attend if they are close or because 
> of the types of cars that are there. Be prepared to never leave your 
> car at a show since you will have people all over your car for the 
> whole time.
> Rick
> 3290

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