[DMCForum] Re: Inappropriate Car Show Behavior?
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[DMCForum] Re: Inappropriate Car Show Behavior?



So...

Robert is justified in following a show attendee around with a 
camera while trying to provoke them into a physical congfrontation? 

Robert is justified in defacing another member's car? The manner or 
subject doesn't matter - the action occured and it was NOT in jest.

Robert is justified in blowing the entire situation so out of 
proportion and flat out LYING to the entire Delorean community about 
threats of violence and vandalism?

I would love to better understand the "logic" behind this thinking...

-Gary




--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Mike Walsh" <mike@...> wrote:
>
> To who ever it may concern:
> 
> I came home with a whole pile of pictures, some showing unicque 
> modifications. I think we all took away ideas of what can be done 
with $ and 
> a lot of effort.
> 
> A BTTF car has lots of general intrest, but for the few builders 
of these 
> cars it could provide some tech data about sourcing some hard-to-
find parts.
> 
> While I don't want to speek for Bob, he is probably the most 
interested in 
> identifing some of these hard-to-find parts. Nothing wrong about 
that! You 
> want to hide this information - Fine, but  you must know that at 
some point 
> "someone" will try to find the part number or what ever is 
covering it. 
> Regardless of the size, the message would be just as clear as if 
you wrote 
> it across the wall.
> 
> Beyond all the stuff in the past, this was a clear and obvous 
challenge to 
> Bob without the courage to look him in the eye and do it. Did you 
actionally 
> beleive they would not be seen? You don't provoke someone and then 
complain 
> about response to your actions.
> 
> - Mike
>






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