How can anybody be so hateful in the name of God?
My best to Albert Snyder and his family in dealing with this matter.
Some of these laws are absolutely crazy.
Well, this was interesting. On Thursday, I was locked IN my car. I had to crawl over to the driver's side and get out that way. That was probably the one time in my life that I regretted buying a small car. I had a hard time getting my leg over the gear shift, but when I stepped out into the parking lot, I screamed, "TA DA!" ala Houdini. No wonder people look at me weird.
I locked the driver's side door after I got in--something I rarely do--and when I tried to get out at the store, the lock wouldn't pull up.
I tried working the release while pulling up on the lock, but that did nothing.
After I crawled out, I opened the backseat door and tried to work the lock from the inside as well as the outside with the key and that didn't work either.
I was afraid of breaking the lock, when all of a sudden the damn thing just opened. I came home and decided I should try spraying the lock with WD-40 and I opened the door, pushed the lock down, and didn't the doggone door get away
from me and partially lock. GUH! I had to work to open it again. Then I tried the WD-40. It seemed ok, but I'll find out tomorrow night when I go to work.
I don't want to have to worry about this because they've been breaking into cars lately and I always keep mine locked. Even in my own driveway, a fact that makes Mr. G nuts.
On the Today Show Thursday morning, they were discussing an upcoming interview with Kate McCann, the mother of little Madeline, who was kidnapped in Portugal. The reporter was saying that Kate had been criticized for her lack of emotion in public. Then the reporter practically gushed with glee that this interview was one in which Kate cried and showed the emotion that had been previously lacking. That's pathetic. They were told NOT to show emotion in case the kidnappers were watching and getting off on their pain. Damned if you do and damned if you don't.