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  1. caseyscustoms
    Joined: May 15, 2005
    Posts: 1,031

    from st.joe, MO

    that might be true, but seriously have you played any of the games??

    halo reach is unbelievable, and gears of war 3 just came out. i mean damn!
  2. kiljoy
    Joined: Mar 4, 2010
    Posts: 91


    im 25 and i have 3 little girls. 5, 2 and 1. i bring them to all kinds of events and i must say they have never acted up but i also raise them like i was raised. i believe in spanking (not leaving any marks just enough so they feel it) even though i have caught hell for it (usually by hippies who's kids are future inmates that i will be supporting with my tax dollars)
  3. 61TBird
    Joined: Mar 16, 2008
    Posts: 2,640


    Seriously???? You "asked them"?...

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  4. tjet
    Joined: Mar 16, 2009
    Posts: 1,272

    1. Early Hemi Tech

    Yep, same car show give away here. My kid got a frisbee and I told him it wasn't for here. He understood though, but lets face it - car shows are boring and kids get bored real fast. You cant blame a kid if if doesn't want to sit still for 3-4 hrs in a damn lawnchair. The car show "people" shouldn't be handing out the kind of stuff. Free water - yes, balls - no.
  5. tjet
    Joined: Mar 16, 2009
    Posts: 1,272

    1. Early Hemi Tech

    Oh yeah. I'm currently hooked on the new Golden Eye on my kids Wii. I got the game pack that comes with the cool gold classic controller :cool:
  6. Computer games? Seriously?
    Go out and fight for real, then you will see those games for what they are.

  7. 60galaxieJJ
    Joined: Dec 24, 2009
    Posts: 1,525


    thats so fucked! if i was old and someone threatened me like that theyd find out what a tie iron tastes like.
  8. Zettle Bros.
    Joined: Oct 17, 2004
    Posts: 1,336

    Zettle Bros.

    I'm 36 and have friends with kids. Some have very behaved ones others make you wish you were never friends with them. I think it's a thought of "Hey, every one our age is having kids, we should too." then a couple years down the road it "Hey, you got to watch kids?" " You have to tell them right from wrong?" "I didn't know this was going to be so much work." " I just want to go to social events and show that I have a couple kids, like having two cars in the garage, without being responsible for them." Not like in the old days of " Wait till your father gets home!!"
  9. Rick Sis
    Joined: Nov 2, 2007
    Posts: 710

    Rick Sis
    from Tulsa OK

    So, was this one of those culture with a "K" ratfest events that tends to draw those with limited brain capacity?
  10. slater
    Joined: Jul 10, 2009
    Posts: 25


    Totally agreed!!
  11. Muttley
    Joined: Nov 30, 2003
    Posts: 18,449


    Just one more reason the only kid I can stand is my own and some of the time I dont even like her. ;) :D
  12. skoh73
    Joined: Apr 17, 2008
    Posts: 1,553


    Yep, that's idiots breeding. Lemme get this straight, YOU were lucky he didn't kick YOUR ass? What in the hell is this world coming to? After the second time with the ball I would have put it in my trunk. Game over. Kids seem to be the newest accessory these days with minimal thought given to actually nurturing and disciplining them.

    We also had a paddle hanging on the wall of the kitchen. It had "fanny whacker" painted on it with an image of a crying child. I always thought twice about doing something bad when I remembered that thing waiting for me. It was like a freaking cribbage board!
  13. I think young mr badass needed an old man ass whoopin , it's amazing what a punch in the fuckin neck can do!
  14. 40fordtudor
    Joined: Jan 3, 2010
    Posts: 2,503


    they may be to blame, but will they accept the blame??? Probably not. That is the attitude of the "entitled". makes me want to vomit.
  15. 48FordFanatic
    Joined: Feb 26, 2011
    Posts: 1,335

    from Maine

    Its a simple lack of respect. Its the Me Generation . Its a father who's example to his children is to rather than show respect, threaten violence. There is no cure for stupidity .
  16. Ratroddude
    Joined: May 15, 2009
    Posts: 1,027


    or throat for that matter....
  17. HellRaiser
    Joined: Jun 14, 2006
    Posts: 1,240

    from Podunk, NE

    Rainhater1, Sorry to put it to you this way, but you're pissing and moaning to the wrong media, The HAMB here.

    You should be putting this rant in writing to the newspaper there. Let the promoters and other guys who take their cars to those Show and Shines, that you ain't coming back till they clean up their act.

    Let them know that it's a car show, not a kiddie show. Let them know that if there is any "Damage" to your car while it is at their show, that you'll gladly take them to court for the amount of damages incurred at their show. (They've either got insurance to cover your loss, or you'll be taking it out of their next years budget)

    None of us want to have our rides to even get a strangers hand prints on our rides when they're parked at a Show and Shine, or any other venue you might wish to call a car show, let along a ding from some out of control kid that doesn't know any better.

    All little towns or businesses like the press, but bad press, they don't like.

    Different places, put on car shows to bring in the bucks that us car people spend. But if the ole hind teat is going to dry up, then they make changes.

    The squeaking wheel gets the grease, but unfortunately, I can't help you much here on the HAMB to get your message out to the promoters there, except to pass on to you this little tid bit.

    Last edited: Sep 25, 2011
  18. Von Rigg Fink
    Joined: Jun 11, 2007
    Posts: 13,426

    Von Rigg Fink
    from Garage

    This world is going to hell in an ass basket,
    maybe you shoulda took that ball and dribbled it off of his cars door for 20 min. or so

    i guess two wrongs dont make a right, but a left to the jaw and right to the gut might get their attention:rolleyes:, just kidding
    some parents think respect is something their brat was supposed to get out of a cereal box, or this bunked up school system

    My Dad and I were at a show a week or so back, he's got a beautiful stock 53 Cranbrook, and some brat comes up to the side of my Dads car and starts to write his name in it with spit..yeah spitting on his fingers and drawing on the door!
    my 'Ol man moves pretty quick he got to the little guy faster than the 30 year old father of the brat, and told him "No son, thats not what you do to cars, any car".. and off the kid was running toward another classic:eek::mad:

    Gets pretty bad when you contemplate bringing guard rails or ropes and stands to an open car show, but brats dont even recognise that as a "dont touch" symbol, ive seen em duck under them at Autorama

    Its probably different for our kids, they have been brought up in it, and learned to respect the car its self more.

    when this generation of kids hits this fuckked up world, its going to implode
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2011
  19. 40FORDPU
    Joined: Mar 15, 2009
    Posts: 3,041

    from Yelm, Wa
    1. Northwest HAMBers

    A lot of parents today seem to believe it's easier to just give in to everyone of their little bastards whims, rather then actually disciplining them.
    Because of these lazy parents, we as a society are the lucky recipients of the actions of these uncontrolled bastards.
    "The times..they are a changin"
  20. CheaterRome
    Joined: Jul 19, 2002
    Posts: 371

    from URANUS

    I agree with some of the stuff on here. I have two girls that are 4 and 7 and they both know how to act at car shows and my 4 year old is a little ball of anarchy. Just bad parenting IMHO.

    My question is what the hell are you doing at a Wendys car show? They really have no interest except for their bottom line.
    Give back to the culture that gives to you and support your local hotrodders and shops. Organize and attend those shows and I'm just guessing that incidents like this aren't as common or happening at all.

    Last edited: Sep 25, 2011
  21. 1950ChevySuburban
    Joined: Dec 20, 2006
    Posts: 6,188

    Member Emeritus
    from Tucson AZ

    I raised my kids to be respectful and decent people. I have NEVER had either one act out in public, no tantrums in K-Mart, no disrespect around cars, nothing. Sure, a little quiet whining "Dad, can we go home, I'm bored", but that's it.
  22. dean13
    Joined: Mar 12, 2010
    Posts: 25


    I have a 40 year old DR. that lives next door. One day I'm having a conversation with her and this brat of a kid keeps pulling at her and interupting me, mommy come on, mommy come on. After i can't stand it anymore I say Hey! I'm talking to your Mom here and your being rude. Kid sulks away, Mom looks surprised I said something. So yea, it has alot to do with parents.The kid don't like me to this day, been about 3 years. Oh well, can't stand rude behavior. dt
  23. GTSDave
    Joined: Jan 10, 2008
    Posts: 133


    Amen Doc!

  24. chromedRAT
    Joined: Mar 5, 2002
    Posts: 1,716


    Dude needed throttled. As far as asses being saved, a local younger type (but older than me) was playing his music loud, etc., when this old timer asked him to turn it down. Same rude response, forget what was said, but the old timer, probably 70 or better, beat the snot out of the guy. The punk did have the decency to tell his wife not to call the cops. Sometimes violence is the answer. It makes people realize they CAN'T always slide through every day acting however they please and not have a busted face. I'm a young parent, those are just my thoughts, and I try to be damned polite to everybody I see and whatever property they own.

  25. farcus1
    Joined: Mar 4, 2008
    Posts: 56


    Because he has a right to be there, the snot noses don't.
  26. Parents who can't control their kids at car shows should be thrown out on their asses and even worse if they're displaying a car, they should know better. They should be told to get in it and f--k off home by the organisers... its just bloody rude to let your kids run riot round other peoples cars. Failing that give 'em a water pistol full of paint stripper and tell to go squirt daddies car!
  27. Ratroddude
    Joined: May 15, 2009
    Posts: 1,027


    Better watch out , the mods police are out and about , they deleted my rant thread because "the thread was worse than my user name"....If you want to delete my thread (and you guys do it alot) , that's cool , your world , your rules , but , no need to be a smartass , I respect all that are here , and I'll bet you $10.00 to a mouthfull of piss ,you wouldn't be so cute face to face , keyboard cowboy.....
  28. John B
    Joined: Mar 9, 2001
    Posts: 1,359

    John B

  29. cheveey57
    Joined: Mar 11, 2010
    Posts: 676


    The second time the ball hit the car I would've picked it up and popped it. End of brat and story.
  30. 29 bones
    Joined: Sep 26, 2006
    Posts: 1,126

    29 bones
    from so cal

    as a young father my kids have(car show rules),....they love cars and have the respect for them and they are only 4 and 5 years old.
    Last weekend they asked one guy to sit in his car and the nice gent let them climb all over
    the model T........the owner and his wife enjoyed the fact two little kids liked cars so much.......
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