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.
Ronny cannot get his car to work despite pressing the buttons on the remote several times.
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.
Every time Ronny pressed the button on the remote it caused the garage door to open and close - across the hood of your car.
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."
Yes, Ronny, the car is indeed broken.
Will anything else become broken in the aftermath?