Probably not lit, huh? Good idea, never thought of that for smell abatement.A few charcoal briquettes in a metal pie pan will remove smoke odors. Leave it overnight.
Problem is the next time when she is high, driving, and kills somebody. Jail is not a great solution to prevention but at least it’s a chance for the perp to get clean. Not doing anything doesn’t solve anything for anyone.I’d have probably pressed charges due to anger but thinking this over and picturing a youngish female in such circumstances tells me she already has a life much shittier than anything I’ve got to deal with and piling on wouldn’t fix it or prevent the next one. So good for you to just move on, it wasn’t personal. And lock up from now on! The “real world” has unfortunately intruded everywhere, no escaping it.
That's because I'm older and wiser on my good days. Other days, not so much.Probably not lit, huh? Good idea, never thought of that for smell abatement.
The flip side is being so paranoid about locking EVERYTHING that you also become paranoid about locking yourself out.
Keeping track of keys sucks.
I had a vehicle w/ one of the early veresions of a keypad. It sat in the sun for a a hot afternoon and softened up the rubber backing on the pad so none of the numbers would work.I have the keypad on my F150. Lock the truck with the keys in it and unlock with key pad. Problem solved. No keys to deal with and the truck is locked. Would never own a vehicle without that keypad!
So instead of sitting in jail or a treatment facility today she's out stealing someone else's truck.I can appreciate the decision not to press charges. I wouldn't have either. Glad you got the truck back, and quickly too.
The days of leaving your vehicle unlocked are long gone, much less with the keys inside. Even small towns are no longer immune.So lesson here don't leave your truck unlocked with keys in it. Where I come from this is not something you would ever think about happening, but I've learned my lesson. Though this could of been much worse.
Hope you all had a better day.
Crack and a deal with the devil. “How I drew and paid for my Wyoming moose tag”Starting right at the title, that story was a roller coaster.
Never did I know what the next sentence might bring.
I haven't even told my dad yet. He is Pennsylvania...I'm in idaho what he don't know don't hurt him. HahahaMy dad when I left keys in a vehicle...
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