[DML] Re:A society question...
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[DML] Re:A society question...

That's a great question!  I have noticed a difference in children's behavior and what their parents let them do with my D and in my profession.  Everyone's told their stories of disrespectful people and their D's and I think it comes down to the fact that they get excited when they see them and kind of lose their heads.  I had my car out of the garage sitting in my driveway for maybe an hour or so while I was doing some maintenance on my last Ferrari.  Keep in mind that it was under a cover.  A young girl and her friends drove by and somehow she recognized what kind of car it was even under the cover.  She runs up to the car and tears off the cover and starts hugging the D.  Wow, so, I'm stuck under the Dino and I try my best not to scream as I run out to the drive.  She was extremely rude and angry that I told her to get away from MY car!  She stormed off in her car calling me some pretty creative names.  After that and the other experiences I've had I have decided that
 people become idiots when they are in the presence of the D.  They completely lose their minds and do things they wouldn't normally do.  At car shows I believe that the fact parents let their kids disrespect the cars is the fact that most people look at cars as transportation.  They get them from A to B and they disrespect them by not maintaining and caring for them.  Most people use their car for a garbage bin at lunch time and never clean it.  So, since they don't value their own cars, why would they value ours.  

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