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

It depends on the person you're dealing with.  98% of spectators tend to not
just jump in my car.  Those who do, are told to remove themselves.  About
half are angry at me and the other half are embarrassed.

I love to show my car and to let people get close to it and check it out.
Touching it dosen't bother me too much as long as nobdy starts rapping their
knuckles on it, (that's another sotry).

You just have to learn how to deal with it in your own way.


On 7/28/07, gbsdelorean <gbsdelorean@xxxxxxxxx> 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' but
> 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 have
> walked up to her and said something to the effect you have great tastes
> 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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