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Advice if You Hit Someone’s Parked Car… and Other Good Stuff!

Should I be insulted that I got NOT. ONE. TRICK-OR-TREATER. last night? you read that correctly. NOT. ONE…Is it me or has Halloween changed? I guess it’s something about me…I even put the “I support Halloween and will not razor blade or otherwise harm your kid” pumpkin outside to signal that I was carrying. (candy) So the only thing I can surmise is that it’s me. Hey you don’t get into the radio biz because you have a healthy self-esteem.I wanted to think the woman who called and said she got 400 kids was offering something else besides candy, but then I realized, no, it’s just me..and my pathetic life, house, neighborhood, candy, etc…The ultimate rejection. And to top it all off, I finished all the ungifted kit kat bars.

De-criminalize marijuana? That’s a no-brainer. You don’t need to throw a guy in jail and ruin his life for toking up every once in a while..I of course, could never be a pothead cause I’m too paranoid. Which is why I think that it’s something about ME that causes kids to avoid my house on Halloween. (See Above)

Today we asked if you’ve ever damaged anyone’s property and not owned up to it. A great idea was called in by a listener. If you hit someone’s parked car and people are around, do this: Look around as if you’re desperately searching for the owner, check your watch, then pull out a paper and pen and leave this note:

“People are around and watching to make sure I do the right thing. So I had to leave this note to make it appear as if I did the right thing. But I didn’t. Sorry, I hit your car! Oops!”

Then make a sad face, shake your head slowly back and forth in a contrite motion, place the note under the wiper, and slowly pull away.

It will not raise your insurance premiums. You can thank me later.

 

Note left on car

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