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BOTD 07-20-2017 Uncle Stevie's Chevy - A DMK Production

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Skater

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UNCLE STEVIE'S CHEVY
A DMK Production

Your sister is a single mother to a twelve-year old son, Henry.  (Your brother-in-law died when Henry was a baby.) You have always enjoyed being in your nephew's life and the two of you have a great relationship.  You are financially stable and are able to make a lot of time for Henry.  You recently decided to invest in a new "toy" for yourself, a 1959 Chevy.  You are extremely proud of and excited about the car.

Your sister calls and says she needs to go out of town for work for the week and asks if you can watch Henry. You gladly agree and Henry is delivered the Sunday night before his mother's departure.  Henry is typically a well behaved boy but, on a rare occasion, you have needed to give him a spanking. Henry accepts this role from you in his life.

You show Henry your Chevy and promise him a ride the next day.  You also tell Henry that you do not want him to be near your car unless you are present as you don't want it to be accidentally damaged.  Henry agrees.

The next day Henry goes out to ride his skateboard.  About an hour later Henry comes in to get you and looks very dejected.  Henry takes you out and shows you a scratch down the side of your Chevy.  

Henry explains, "Uncle Stevie, I'm really sorry.  I was skating and got close to the car just to look at it again and somehow the zipper on my jacket scratched on the car."


HENRY - 12 (With your toy.)
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What do you do?


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Well, he disobeyed, but I can understand curiosity, the accident was an accident, and afterwards he did the right thing and didn't try to pretend he had not been responsible for the damage... I probably will not spank him, because I'm such a softie.

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ivor

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If I'm an ogre I'll spank him. But this does appear to have been a genuine accident and he has admitted it immediately as well as appearing genuinely remorseful. So I don't think the Chevy is going to cause the Levis to come off....

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Emlyn Morgan

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Ah, yes, 1959! I remember it well. Fidel seized Cuba. Form Three at school. There were a few big American cars around my way. Well, two maybe. One belonged to the American manager of the local aluminium works. We were all envious of a boy in my class who got a ride with him.

Anyway I'm going to cane that Henry.

ivor

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Emlyn Morgan wrote:Ah, yes, 1959!  I remember it well.  Fidel seized Cuba. Form Three at school. There were a few big American cars around my way.  Well, two maybe. One belonged to the American manager of the local aluminium works. We were all envious of a boy in my class who got a ride with him  

The boy's name wouldn't have happened to be Roger Stone?

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Kat

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I'm going along with Daniel and Ivor. I'm a softie too.

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Adric

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I'm with Daniel on this one.  It was an accident and Henry clearly regrets what happened and feels bad about it.  Yes, he disobeyed, but it wasn't intentional or willful, just impulsive.  So no spanking, just a reminder that I told him to stay away from the Chevy while I was gone.  I think he got the message without reinforcement.

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StevieWeeks

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He scratched my classic 1959 Chevy??!!??!!?

Hanging's too good for the miscreant...

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(Actually, Stevie isn't really that fond of the 1959 Chevrolet as a design in any case)...

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(Stevie does NOT recommend doing an image search on 'boy chained to wall' and will never do so again and all)

Peter_Z

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Wrangler
In this case I'm going along with Daniel and Ivor too.
So unfortunately no spanking reason.
Let's hope for a better oportunity.

David M. Katz

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I agree with the consensus but I do think this will provide opportunity for one day this week where I can teach Henry how to buff out a scratch.

Stevie, I don't even want to think about what sort of images your search produced. Shocked Razz


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StevieWeeks

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D Katz wrote:Stevie, I don't even want to think about what sort of images your search produced. Shocked Razz

Stevie didn't think so many people would have actually DONE this to children and all... [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

MemoryMan

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A Chevy? That's some sort of old American car isn't it?

Now if it had been my prized old Roller Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

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Zac

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Could have been worse. At least it wasn't a Mini or Morris Minor.

StevieWeeks

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At least a Chevrolet will start in cold weather, which Minis and Morris Minors won't...

When Stevie was in England with his parents in 1993, they went to bed early and Stevie headed down to the hotel bar for a couple of beers. He met someone who was an engineer at one of the local car plants and we had a discussion and all which went like this:

"Why can't we sell cars in Canada?"

Stevie thought and replied with a scenario...

"A student who has an important exam wakes up to find the temperature has dropped to -10 Fahrenheit (- 23 Centigrade). He has a ten year old Chevrolet with 100,000 miles on it, a six year old battery, and is in an indifferent state of tune (point ignition). Will his car start enabling him to get to the exam in time?"

Engineer replies: "Of course not!"

Stevie replies: "That's why you can't sell cars in Canada and all..."

Zac

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StevieWeeks wrote:At least a Chevrolet will start in cold weather, which Minis and Morris Minors won't...

...

"A student who has an important exam wakes up to find the temperature has dropped to -10 Fahrenheit (- 23 Centigrade). He has a ten year old Chevrolet with 100,000 miles on it, a six year old battery, and is in an indifferent state of tune (point ignition). Will his car start enabling him to get to the exam in time?"

Engineer replies: "Of course not!"
Second paragraph suggests that Chevrolets DON'T start in cold weather. Did mean to put Mini there?

Zac concedes that Britain does not have such range of temperatures as Canada.

There are also some cars that are bought to be polished and looked at rather than driven.

Zac

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Zac wrote:
StevieWeeks wrote:At least a Chevrolet will start in cold weather, which Minis and Morris Minors won't...

...

"A student who has an important exam wakes up to find the temperature has dropped to -10 Fahrenheit (- 23 Centigrade). He has a ten year old Chevrolet with 100,000 miles on it, a six year old battery, and is in an indifferent state of tune (point ignition). Will his car start enabling him to get to the exam in time?"

Engineer replies: "Of course not!"
Second paragraph suggests that Chevrolets DON'T start in cold weather. Did you mean to put "Mini" rather than "Chevrolet" there?

Zac concedes that Britain does not have such range of temperatures as Canada.

There are also some cars that are bought to be polished and looked at rather than driven.

StevieWeeks

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Second paragraph states that British car engineer is convinced that no car could be expected to start under those conditions...

Third paragraph explains that that particular attitude is why British cars didn't sell in Canada where such conditions are common...

In point of fact, Stevie's 1966 Impala started and ran with no problem and all...

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Zac wrote:Second paragraph suggests that Chevrolets DON'T start in cold weather. Did mean to put Mini there?

The British engineer missed, as you did, the realities of the world.  Further up north in both Canada and Alaska, cars are equipped with electric heaters in the oil pan to assure things will operate when needed.

It is the same lack of attention to unpleasant details that let apartment towers/blocks/high risers be wrapped in flammable materials in the UK and Oz. This is NOT the attitude that Mr. Rolls and Mr. Royce had.

Another example is "The Wonderful One Horse Shay" in a delightful reading here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiOHhhwnK6k

Y.

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Jack

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I'm going to ask Henry to tell me the truth, and what I do depends on his answer (and how he looks/reacts).

I can NOT understand how someone looking at a car can scratch it with his zipper. I have a feeling he was skating around it and fell, which is how his zipper caused the scratch.

If he insists he's being honest, then I'll take David's suggestion and we'll buff the scratch out. If he admits he's lying, I'll thank him for his honesty, give him a mild spanking for his disobedience, then we'll go for a ride and stop for a shake... Before coming home to buff out the scratch.


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