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Okay, here's a question to ponder

Clothahump

Well-Known Member
We're not supposed to pick up unaccompanied minors, that's a given.

But what if the parent escorts the kid and puts him in the car because he needs to get to school and for some reason, she can't take him (car broke down or something). Personally, I see nothing wrong with giving the ride in that case. Especially with the camera going.

What say you?
 

Merc7186

Well-Known Member
...and when you get into an accident, let me know how that works out for you.

...and when you get pulled over by the police and they find an accompanied minor in your vehicle, let me know how that works out for you.

....and when the parent reports a complaint against you (even with your dashcam), let me know how that works out for you.

Ever hear of someone getting accused of being a pedophile, found not guilty and finding out that their life has improved because of it???....let me know how that works out for you.
 

Coachman

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...and when you get into an accident, let me know how that works out for you.

...and when you get pulled over by the police and they find an accompanied minor in your vehicle, let me know how that works out for you.

....and when the parent reports a complaint against you (even with your dashcam), let me know how that works out for you.

Ever hear of someone getting accused of being a pedophile, found not guilty and finding out that their life has improved because of it???....let me know how that works out for you.
We've created a whole generation of people who are terrified of children. Don't even talk to a strange child lest someone accuse you of pedophilia.
 

SEAL Team 5

Well-Known Member
Personally, I see nothing wrong with giving the ride in that case. Especially with the camera going.

What say you?
Especially if this guy was the driver.
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Looks like a clean cut all American young man. Sure, what mother wouldn't trust their child with a guy like this?
 

SuzeCB

Well-Known Member
We're not supposed to pick up unaccompanied minors, that's a given.

But what if the parent escorts the kid and puts him in the car because he needs to get to school and for some reason, she can't take him (car broke down or something). Personally, I see nothing wrong with giving the ride in that case. Especially with the camera going.

What say you?
If the parent is someone that you care about so much as to risk your job, then why charge them at all?

Cancel the ride and choose do not charge rider. Then give the kid a ride for free.
 

UberBastid

Well-Known Member
We've created a whole generation of people who are terrified of children. Don't even talk to a strange child lest someone accuse you of pedophilia.
No, 'we' haven't.
They have.

The hand wringing pablum puking commies that run things (right now) created us. They also taught us that 'we' can't compliment a female about her clothing, or open a door for her, or give up a seat on public transportation to a female.
'We' are forcefully taught that 'we' can't tell her that 'we' are attracted to her, and would like to go out on a date with her.
When she wears revealing clothing ... 'we' can't look.
These are lessons that the effeminate and emasculated 'men' of today are taught in pubic (government) schools every day.

'We' didn't teach these things to our selves.

Yes, I am a 65 year old white male. No way in hell I can be alone with a kid ... that's the law.
 

HotUberMess

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I had that happen when I was new and now just stay out of those areas at those times. Last thing I need is some news crew popping out of the bushes on me.

It’s not against the law here either but it’s still against U/L rules and they won’t hesitate to throw you under the bus if you have an accident.

I have considered going back to those areas (ahem, Ocoee, Fl) in order to collect some unaccompanied minor no-show fees
 

UberBastid

Well-Known Member
I had that happen when I was new and now just stay out of those areas at those times. Last thing I need is some news crew popping out of the bushes on me.

It’s not against the law here either but it’s still against U/L rules and they won’t hesitate to throw you under the bus if you have an accident.

I have considered going back to those areas (ahem, Ocoee, Fl) in order to collect some unaccompanied minor no-show fees
It IS against the law for you to act your gender in California.
You will be ostricised and castrated and cauterized for it. You'll lose your job, and wife and any state licenses you posses. You may be charged with a crime - there are many that are specific to being male.

Don't believe me? Ask Dianne Feinstein, or her lap dog Gavin (Any Twosome) Newsome. Or Antonio Villaraigosa, a well known (in Cali) Hispanic racist.
All, I am sad to admit, fellow Californians.
 

HotUberMess

Well-Known Member
Orlando is in California.
It IS against the law for you to act your gender.
You will be ostricised and castrated and cauterized for it. You'll lose your job, and wife and any state licenses you posses. You may be charged with a crime - there are many that are specific to being male.

Don't believe me? Ask Dianne Feinstein, or her lap dog Gavin (Any Twosome) Newsome. Or Antonio Villaraigosa, a well known (in Cali) Hispanic racist.
All, I am sad to admit, fellow Californians.
This comment makes even less sense than your previous one
 

Fozzie

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No, 'we' haven't.
They have.

The hand wringing pablum puking commies that run things (right now) created us. They also taught us that 'we' can't compliment a female about her clothing, or open a door for her, or give up a seat on public transportation to a female.
'We' are forcefully taught that 'we' can't tell her that 'we' are attracted to her, and would like to go out on a date with her.
When she wears revealing clothing ... 'we' can't look.
These are lessons that the effeminate and emasculated 'men' of today are taught in pubic (government) schools every day.

'We' didn't teach these things to our selves.

Yes, I am a 65 year old white male. No way in hell I can be alone with a kid ... that's the law.
Compliments aren't the problem. Compliments like "Nice tits" is the problem.
Opening doors = No problem. Opening doors so you can stare at/grab our ass after we enter = problem
Giving up seats. That's debatable. I'll take a seat, no problem, but sometimes I really prefer to stand, or prefer that someone else sit.
Telling me you're attracted to me is a rush, but telling me such after noticing the wedding band on my finger isn't.
"Revealing clothes" as defined by women vs a mans definition can vary greatly. It still doesn't make staring at my tits acceptable.

Women don't hate all those things. We hate the alpha male chest thumping and machismo games that many guys think need to accompany the above behaviors.
 

UberBastid

Well-Known Member
We hate the alpha male chest thumping and machismo games that many guys think need to accompany the above behaviors.
Yup, you hate ... and hate, and hate the MALEness of some men (the ones you haven't beaten into submission yet). Hate it. You want everybody to be Mr. Rogers.
But then, it also used to be ok to slap a cad ...

The closest I have ever come to telling a lady 'nice tits' is when some gal was wearing a half of a t-shirt two sizes too small and no bra and sporting at least a pair of 45s, with one word emblazoned across it. "GUESS''
I pointed and said, "Tits?"

Her GFs thought it was funny. She didn't get it. A true blonde, dumb as a rock.
 
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