samhill wrote:Well then what's your point with your entire argument, you only find fault on one side of a double issue, it's always the other guys( Parties) fault & you find no fault or responsability of your own(party).
HAHAHAHAHAH OHHHH THAT'S RICH I LOVE IT.
Back to the topic. I mentioned that the 17yr old kid up the street whipped his $12,000 Acura around the curve here and took out our low stone wall a couple days ago. Divorced couple, father is a Lance Armstrong type, working class dude, hard working roofer. He moved out and the kid and his sister live with mom. The mom is a health guru type, save the planet gal. Don't get me wrong, she is a nice lady.
Point is, I saw her going by today and talked about it to her. " Ohh now I have to be a chauffer again." I asked if the kid might have some repressed anger issues. "Ohh no, he was coming back from his girlfriend's house, he was careless from being HIGH ON LOVE."
The father had stopped by the other day, don't see him much, I just had small talk with him because I hadn't seen the rock pile yet. I put 2&2 together when I realized why I saw the kid's car being taken away on a flatbed earlier that day. The dad didn't mention helping reconstruct the stone wall. It's just a pile of rocks, I put them all back, but was amazed at the force required to blow some 100lb rocks 10-15' away. So I mentioned to the mom that he must have been doing at least 40 around that curve. she didn't want to hear that. "Ohhhh he's learned his lesson and he won't speed any more..."
The point is, mom and dad are fixing the car with a $1000 deductable; will give it back to junior. Denial, no consequences, WTF.
I'm going to put a couple reflectors in the rock wall, just a little zing