[DML] Re: Diplomacy
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[DML] Re: Diplomacy

I've asked this same question recently, and found I could've saved 
myself the trouble by scanning the archives. I think the movie ropes 
are the best solution, then a decorative chain in the door to prevent 
sitters. Ultimately a poorly behaving spectator needs the owner 
watching him to prevent them bypassing all the barriers.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "gbsdelorean" <gbsdelorean@...> wrote:
> I have read with great interest the posts about people acting badly 
> around DeLoreans.  I do not have one yet, but I am wondering if there 
> are techniques for letting people know they have 'crossed the line' 
> without causing the offender to have a bad experience.
> The idea of putting a rope, decorative chain to keep people out of 
> display cars is great.  
> The one where the gal took the cover off the car, I think I would 
> walked up to her and said something to the effect you have great 
> in cars...
> What I am asking is, are there situations where being diplomatic has 
> worked, and everyone walks away with the understand that the car is 
> more than something to play with?
> GBS Delorean

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