She offered to compensate him for what the damages are, he's pricing out the parts list now, not sure how he'll settle upNoel, just curious, but did he calmly hand the bar-fly a bill for damages?
Gotcha, it's clientele are mostly folks in the 50's +/- age range who go for the social scene, dance, live bands, etc. It does attract the clueless, who have no respect others property, the core problem most folks have mentioned :madYou had me right up to the point of "hanging out in a bar" . :think
I know the exact kind of place you are talking about. I used to have a neighborhood bar like that. The folks who owned it for years finally sold it, to retire last year .Gotcha, it's clientele are mostly folks in the 50's +/- age range who go for the social scene, dance, live bands, etc. It does attract the clueless, who have no respect others property, the core problem most folks have mentioned :mad
Almost. I was really into it that night. Good times.
This is quote hall of fame material,
If ya ain't knockin the bottom out of it, you ain't ridin it hard enough...
1/2 Ton, you do realize that you responded to a newbie that’s been banned a couple other times (under different names) in a 7 year old thread, dontcha?It it most certainly more polite to ask but, if they aren't trying to steal the bike. Just take it as a complement, maybe even ask them if they would like you to take a picture of them on it with their phone... You just may make their day! So long as everything is: No harm, No fowl.
Now if they are acting belligerent, they are going to be eating the top side of a helmet for sure!