Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Things I Just Don't Understand - Part 1



Sorry. I just don't understand this.

Police ticket folks for their windows being excessively tinted so as to obscure the driver's identity.

Doesn't this apply as well?


....................... Ruprecht (says STOP face shields)


P.S. The passenger? He helps her drive. The driver can't see out that face shield, y'see .....


7 comments:

Lilacspecs said...

Wait, driving with a face shield is legal? I thought you aren't even allowed to have stuffed animals blocking your rear view...

Midd13m4n said...

Rupe, you're showing your age. That's the newest fashion statement with the teenaged crowd. The Ray-Ban Wayfarer was so 1965. And the wrap-around Oaklies, that was so 1998. Ten years on, we have the tinted face visor. Not only does it protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, it protects your WHOLE FACE, while allowing you to make funny faces at all the old fuddy-duddies that are staring at you and taking pictures. Get yours today at finer department stores everywhere.

Jerry Thomas said...

Speed Racer wore a helmet. Didn't he?

Ruprecht said...

Midd13m4n:

1) I reject your explanation totally.

The reason? The woman in the photo was old. Older. "Approaching dirt" old, matter'n fact.

2) "Fuddy-Duddy" ... ?!? Watch it: I resemble that remark.

3) Rupe does not step foot in "finer department stores". Proof? Here you go:

http://frolickry.blogspot.com/2008/08/lets-go-shopping.html

Wildhair said...

Perhaps she's a welder and it got stuck on her face. Maybe she's so ugly that it's a bigger crime to show her face.

Why, it's Clark! said...

I have never seen something like that before. Is this a chronic problem in California?

On a limb with Claudia said...

Wow.

Btw, police pull over people with excessively tinted windows because those people tend to drive and smoke crack. This is one of the oddities about crack usage. When you see someone with those dark, dark, windows 9 times in 10, they have they to do drugs or prostitution in their car.

This is... just odd.