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

Sadly there have been a few times where I've had someone sit in my
car.  I certainly don't tell them to and it takes a lot of energy to
not slap the snot out of them.  I just find it very rude cause I don't
go around touching or sitting in other peoples things.  I am very
polite and respectful when it comes to others and their stuff.  In
fact one time I had a friend try to disconnect my battery at an event.
 He tried pulling the battery cover off and I kept telling him not to
cause I do it a certain way.  I rush to the other side of the car and
by the time I get there he rips the strap out and breaks the top of
the cover off.  I was a little angry, not because he broke my cover
but because I didn't even tell him to unhook the battery, he just went
ahead and tried to do it himself.   So a little word of advice, when
going to a car show or event, make sure no one touches your car or
anything on it!


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Wilson Hitchings" <canon20dfan@...>
> 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, 
> right???
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "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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