Lock Your Car Doors

Let me start off by saying, lock your car doors. My night was pretty uneventful for the most part, of course there were the usual suspects lurking around, the tweakers, drunks and people genuinely out for a good time, but for the most part it went off without a hitch. By the way, for those of you who can’t tell when the tweakers are around, the tell tale signs are, their drinks are full but have no ice left in them, the candy in the candy trays are all gone and the wrappers are all over the floor. But I digress. The most interesting part of the evening came when I was walking out to my car. One of my friends who works a couple doors down was out in the alley when I was leaving and seemed a bit befuddled. He walked up and said “Hey guys! So, what do you do when somebody you don’t know is passed out in your car?” Well, this is something out of the realm of anything I have had to deal with, so, mustering up all of my mental faculties after having just got off work, I said “What?” He said “Yeah, some guy in a bow tie is passed out in my car!” I advised that he call the local police in case the gentleman (bow tie) woke up in a foul mood and wanted to get a bit feisty. So, the moral of the story is, lock your car doors. As far as I know, locking your car doors does not make you a Democrat, Republican, a Christian, Muslim, an illegal immigrant, a conservative, a liberal or a dog hating gun toting knife wielding pervert. It does however make good sense, and apparently keeps drunk people from passing out in your car.

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