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BOTD 12/6/15 "The Car Is Broken" A Pi Beta Production

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David M. Katz


Marshall
THE CAR IS BROKEN
A Pi Beta Production

Ronny is your eleven year old son.  Ronny is a good kid but he is often impulsive and is prone to not pay attention to details.  Ronny is spanked if needed.

You purchased a gift for Ronny as a reward for consistently excellent school reports - a remote controlled car.

Here is Ronny taking his car out to the lawn for a test drive.


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Ronny cannot get his car to work despite pressing the buttons on the remote several times.

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The remote control works as does the car.  The problem is Ronny has picked up the spare remote to the garage door opener which, in Ronny's defense, looks very similar to the remote for his toy car.

Your car just happens to be parked in a strategic location as you just finished washing it.


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Every time Ronny pressed the button on the remote it caused the garage door to open and close - across the hood of your car.

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There is now significant damage to your car.  Ronny is also very frustrated because he thinks his toy car is broken.  He heads in to the house yelling out, "The car is broken."

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Yes, Ronny, the car is indeed broken.

Will anything else become broken in the aftermath?


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Padraig


Trailboss
Though I can't imagine a remote control of a toy car looking close to a garage door controler, if it is so nothing will happen to him. Mistakes happen.

Jack


Admin
I have to agree with Pad, not to mention the question of why I leave the garage door remote laying around, or why I leave the car parked there.

All I can say is, as frustrating (and probably expensive) as it is, it's not a spanking offense.


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db105


Trailboss
No mens rea, no spanking for Ronny.

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David M. Katz


Marshall
Keeping the consensus


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Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
I also agree. Insurance should cover the damage.

Kat

David M. Katz


Marshall
A bit about this BOTD.

It came from a TV commercial that PiBeta found. The commercial is for eyeglasses for kids. In the commercial "Ronny" confuses the remotes because he needs glasses and can't see. I knew no one would spank a kid for needing glasses so I came up with the idea of a sort of good boy but careless thinking boy. The pictures are stills I found on Google taken from the original commercial.

Here is the commercial (it is funny) if you want to see it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-gEq2l4nCw


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AFinch


Sherrif
I agree as well. Unless the garage door opener is a relic from the 70s, it will have a beam device that stops the door closing on a car (or a child) standing beneath it.

I can't imagine the opener having the same frequency as a child's toy car.

Ronny is off the hook.

ivor


Marshall
I hadn't seen that commercial - very clever.

Now as for Ronny, perhaps I need to build a spanking machine that I can operate by remote control? I wonder if I could find some elves who could help with that ..........

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MemoryMan


Sherrif
It was not an accident, but an unnecessary incident resulting from a combination of thoughtlessness/carelessness - and we both contributed in various ways.

So if I spank Ronny - who's going to spank me.

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kalico


Sherrif
Ditto the majority



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squarecutter


Sherrif
Jack wrote:I have to agree with Pad, not to mention the question of why I leave the garage door remote laying around, or why I leave the car parked there.

All I can say is, as frustrating (and probably expensive) as it is, it's not a spanking offense.

I agree. We willl label the remote for the toy after this. Hopefully insurance will cover some of the damage

squarecutter


Sherrif
ps this story seemed familiar and I was right. see link


http://www.thedrum.com/news/2010/07/29/video-specsavers-unveils-first-tv-ad-kids-range

Sorry someones already done it!!!

Pi Beta


Deputy
It was the earlier BOTD - The Engineers - that made me think of this advert since it seemed rather more feasible than the scenarios in The Engineers.

It's being rerun on TV here currently.

Y Lee Coyote


Cowboy
I was thinking that mistaking a two-button controller for a multiple button plus steering control auto one would be impossible but I guess we were suppose to ignore that although nobody did.  This also shows why we were taught NOT to hang out in doorways.  The commercial strikes me as pretty lame.

Ronny should have noticed he had the wrong controller since it was so different.  Since he could not then he certainly was not ready for this complex-to-operate toy.  (It could get away and cause a pedestrian or traffic accident.)

I would be double ashamed if I did this.  Blaming young Roddy would not be fair at all.
Pi Beta wrote:It was the earlier BOTD - The Engineers - that made me think of this advert since it seemed rather more feasible than the scenarios in The Engineers.
I strongly disagree about this being more reasonable then the two commercials in the engineers.  Those were carefully constructed fantasies and dream-like in many ways.  Technically almost every scene was impossible -- could not happen!  They were the ultimate action figure exercise.    


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