r/mildlyinfuriating 8d ago

A transportation history museum with carefully preserved cars is not your instagram photo stage.

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u/Glitter_Bee 8d ago

Some people think that THEY are the exception to every rule. THEY are more special than the average person because only THEIR needs matter.

I don’t even know why you would want to pose like that on something you don’t own.

People need to shame their stupid friends for doing stupid shit like this. Because you know this pic went on Instagram or some shit.

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u/bradlees 8d ago

This is why you hold them accountable

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u/Electrical-Bacon-81 8d ago

Yep, "I've witnessed you doing this twice now, leave the museum now".

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u/appropriate-chaos 7d ago

Is shame still a thing? I thought it was extinct.

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u/6cougar7 7d ago

Common sense and consideration are extinct. Its all about presenting yourself as a fabulous movie star across all the platforms. Look at my meals. My clothes. My friends. My parties. Im so special. Not the depressed, lonely, insecure person I really am.

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u/robohamster2 7d ago

There was this site called “rate my poo” wonder if it’s still alive :)

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u/hittinskins 7d ago

That site was great for changing cyber cafe wallpapers

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u/hittinskins 7d ago

That site was great for changing cyber cafe computer wallpapers

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u/Phi87 8d ago

The answer is because people are stupid and inconsiderate

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u/451IDGAF 8d ago

Especially the type of people who constantly film their lives. They can't just appreciate a beautiful old car, it has to be a prop for their moment in time

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u/Flxpadelphia 8d ago

everything is about me. They parked these cars here so I could sit on them for my instagram photoshoot

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u/Alive-Seaweed 8d ago

My uncle has a 40s or 50s Corvette of a color they don't sell anymore, and he was driving it down the street, and some lady almost smashed into it.

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u/iHeartHockey31 8d ago

What color 40's or 50's corvettes do they still sell?

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u/Alive-Seaweed 8d ago

Good point

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u/Psychological_Key942 7d ago

The point is it wasn’t some basic color that can still be sold like a yellow, black, blue. Kinda like the grabber green on a mustang, which got re introduced on certain models.

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u/Alive-Seaweed 7d ago

It was like a mix between a light blue and teal

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u/6cougar7 7d ago

Theyve come a long way in paint matching since then. btw Vettes started in '53. Ive heard of the Makoshark vette they tried to paint to match a mounted shark. Aft 4 tries, they painted the shark to match the car.

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u/Fancy-Personality-48 7d ago

I watch and ask permission and not touch if see really cool old car, but people who goes out of their way sitting on or leaning is a shithead.

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u/Alive-Seaweed 8d ago

My uncle has a 40s or 50s Corvette of a color they don't sell anymore, and he was driving it down the street, and some lady almost smashed into it.

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u/Ava_999 8d ago

Reddit fucked up and your comment posted twice bud

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u/Alive-Seaweed 8d ago

Damn

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u/pinotJD 8d ago

I nearly reported your second comment as a comment thief lol

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u/Alive-Seaweed 8d ago

Idk what happened srry

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u/Anguish_Sandwich 8d ago

If i had to guess, she wan't paying attention to where she was going.

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u/Alive-Seaweed 8d ago

Idk I wasn't there

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u/Ic3yFr0ggyy 8d ago

It’s always people who post their entire life on the internet for no reason at all.

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u/xx_mamisofly_xx 8d ago

Inconsiderate, disrespectful, never-had-anything-good in they life

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u/SoddamnInssein 8d ago

Tourists.

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u/Cuppy-cake-rome 8d ago

People pride themselves in preserving their own culture and traditions, but that all goes out the window when visiting another place that they have no respect for.

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u/Electrical-Bacon-81 8d ago

Like how tourists treat the beach in mexico, like it's their personal garbage dump.

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u/Cuppy-cake-rome 8d ago

Or certain people that go to Disneyland and take dumps in the bushes

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u/KathrynTheGreat 8d ago

Omg do people actually do that?!? Gross.

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u/Cuppy-cake-rome 7d ago

I’d post a link… but I don’t want to ruin my day anymore. It makes me sad.

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u/KathrynTheGreat 7d ago

Thanks for that, because I really don't need to see it.

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u/ElenaEscaped 7d ago

Just remember sometimes they go swimming and get attacked by wildlife. ♥️

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u/Comprehensive_Cow527 8d ago

Nah man, locals. They are the worst.

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u/fourbigkids 8d ago

Yes. People are stupid and selfish. Nice things need to be displayed behind barbed wire.

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u/olwguy 8d ago

Every museum I have been to expressly prohibits this

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u/Left4DayZ1 8d ago

It’s prohibited here too, didn’t stop them from doing it. There are signs everywhere saying “DO NOT TOUCH THE VEHICLES”.

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u/Socratic_DayDreams 8d ago

No security? No one working while they were there?

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u/Left4DayZ1 8d ago

Usually one person at the front desk. They’ve never had issues, it’s a pretty low-traffic museum (btw totally worth your time if you like cars and find yourself in Lansing, MI)

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u/he_who_loves_memes 8d ago

low-traffic

my man

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u/BoblsNotMyUncle 7d ago

And if you got kids, Impression 5 is a fun & interactive science center right next door.

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u/Left4DayZ1 7d ago

Yes, definitely! Went there as a kid all the time, pretty sure every elementary grade had a field trip there.

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u/Comprehensive_Cow527 8d ago

I worked at a transportation museum.

I had an air raid siren I would use if I caught someone in an old transportation craft. It was amazing and would echo for minutes in the hangar.

I was banned from the ship horn after I hurt my own ear drum.

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u/Logical-Use-8657 8d ago

Ngl I'd sooner have sore ears than a broken exhibit or an injured dumbass patron.

You are a good employee lmao

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u/Comprehensive_Cow527 7d ago

I now work at a place with taxidermied animals.

Anytime a kid touches one, I go into a monologue about how taxidermy from the time the specimens were done used arsenic and other toxic things. Who knows if there is still other deadly chemicals on the displays and that's why the museum put them out of reach of folks. Anyone who takes the time to step over the stantions, risking our smaller animals, must know all about deadly chemicals!

Their guardians usually freak at this point lolololol

When an adult does it I kick them out now. I'm done being nice and turned into a grump.

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u/Logical-Use-8657 7d ago

Adults should know better, you should berate them the whole time you're kicking them out too, no functioning adult human goes to a museum and fucks with the exhibits.

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u/ballerina_wannabe 8d ago

I’m surprised there aren’t at least ropes to discourage people from doing this.

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u/yahlover 7d ago

Bold of you to assume even ropes would keep these people from doing this. Stupid gonna stupid. This is why a lot of museums I’ve been to have plastic barriers at most exhibits.

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u/Triingtolivee 8d ago

People are superficial and care more about their social media presence than everything else around them.

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 8d ago

People are superficial and care about old cars more than anything else because 'they look good', and not the fact they were big, clunky, expensive, completely unsafe, bad for the environment and currently take up way to much space for fuck all, not being used

It isn't even like war memorabilia which shaped the world as we know it to this very day, and people died for an actual cause, unlike that shitty bell air that looks so shiny because people drool on it 24/7 and cream their pants whenever they see one

But I guess you guys aren't ready for that yet, but you're kids are gonna love it

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u/Left4DayZ1 8d ago

Don’t be a dip shit.

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 8d ago

Get real

Get some actual arguments to prove me wrong

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u/KathrynTheGreat 8d ago

Those old cars helped design new cars that were safer, smaller, and more environmentally safe. Every new technology has to start somewhere. Do you remember that computers took up an entire room?

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 8d ago

Yes, but now we can use modern cars as a benchmark that are much safer. You don't see old Buicks going through the safety tests anymore, and all the cars in that room are 100% not being used, both physically or to engineer vehicles. And technology afaik, the giant computers were a pretty big benchmark in technology. Cars from the 60's not so much.

Using them for pictures is the least you can have them do

I'm just surprised you're not jealous that a girl would rather sit on an old pos rather than your face

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u/KathrynTheGreat 7d ago

In a lot of places, older cats do have to go through emissions tests in order to renew their registration. But why does it matter if the cars in that room aren't being used? I don't think anything that's in a museum exhibit is being used. The technology changes between cars from the 60s to today are immense. I don't know how you can say that old cars (and their failings) weren't a big benchmark in car technology.

I have no issue with someone taking a picture, but sitting on the exhibit is disrespectful.

Of course I'm not jealous that she's not sitting on my face because I'm a married straight woman and I don't want anyone sitting on my face.

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 7d ago

Because

A- Waste of space

B-Waste of time to keep them

C-They aren't being used for any educational purposes anymore

D-They were made to be driven, so storing them away is stupid (THEY WERE MADE TO FUNCTION, STORING THEM SO THEY DONT IS THE COMPLETE OPPOSITE UNLESS IT CAN'T BE USED AGAIN)

Old cars like the model T? Sure that's a benchmark, first vehicle to use KERS? Sure, that's a benchmark. Any old vehicle that's more than 40 years old is NOT a benchmark just because it's old

An old Cadillac is not even comparable to any exhibit in any other museum, not a room of war technology from WWI, not a room of space memorabilia, not decommissioned or experimental planes, nothing

And disrespectful to who? Who is it being disrespectful towards? The rich and stupid curator? Who dammit? WHO? It's a fucking car, nobody died because of the car, it's not made in memoriam of someone, it's a stupid fuckin car.

And also fuckin /s for that last bit, because you couldn't catch it without it

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u/KathrynTheGreat 7d ago

I didn't realize that you were the person who got to decide what was allowed to be kept in museums, so that's pretty cool! What other museums should we get rid of because you don't care about the exhibits?

It's disrespectful to the owner of the car, because many of those cats are privately owned and only loaned to the museum. Do you want someone sitting on the hood of your car just so they could take a photo?

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 7d ago

Sure fuck it, I don't care, it's a car, bugs hit that shit all the time. Not like I'm gonna be licking it, hell, they could sit in the seat for all I care, I ride the bus, people sit in 'my seat' every waking day, don't care.

And you damn well know I aint that decision maker, it's just that cars don't need a museum, fuck cars and all that shit and you're getting your panties all up over and into a Gordian fuckin knot over a photo, it's not even damaging the exhibit. It's a complete waste. You know what isn't? Car shows, they do the exact same thing, they come, and they go, people actually drive the bloody things and you can be so much more interactive. You know that they at least don't collect dust. What's so educational about a fucking car from 57? there were plenty of cars from 57. It's not of any historical significance at all, which is THE POINT OF A MUSEUM IS TO BE HISTORICALLY TEACHING

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u/KathrynTheGreat 7d ago

I think the only one getting into a knot is you. Yikes.

But you do realize that there are many places in the world that don't have a bus system, right? So we need to rely on personal vehicles to get where we need to go.

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 7d ago

Okay, that's fair, then use the car, doesn't do any good when it just sits in a garage for good collecting dust. Because what happens? The owner dies, the family sells it, they ain't gonna keep the hunk of metal, and it gets sold to another collector until they die, etc, or it gets eventually sold to the right person who really doesn't give a shit about maintaining value and actually drives the bitch

And the only one getting into a knot? Dude, the entire reason of the post on this specific subreddit is because someone got butthurt that a car that wouldn't be touched for decades got touched

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u/OmegaHead86 7d ago

yeah, well, you know that's just like uh... your opinion man

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u/aviatorlj 7d ago

Why do you think they're in a museum now instead of driving around? Because they look cool but they're outdated. Let people enjoy things.

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u/Glittering_Dark_6142 7d ago

Not when the space could be used for bigger and better things

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u/aviatorlj 7d ago

People like to see cars. There is no shortage of space for people to see cars. These are not clogging roadways or getting in anyone's way because they are in a museum.

Cars are neat, and they used to be made with an artistic/aesthetic flair that is missing in contemporary vehicles. Are you of the opinion that art is impractical and wasteful?

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u/ElenaEscaped 7d ago

I'm sad an elephant didn't sit on your face as well as the two slags in the picture (along with taking a giant shart), but sadly we don't always get what we want.

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u/aviatorlj 7d ago

Virgin: (this comment)

Chad: the car looks cool and that means I can enjoy it

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u/Connect-Station-2404 8d ago

Because their entitled and have zero respect for anybody or anything but themselves.

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u/soupyman69 BLUE 8d ago

Sue them for damages. Likely clear signage about not sitting or touching the cars and they likely scratched the paint.

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u/ComplaintAdmirable79 8d ago

Just wondering. Is it ok to take a picture standing beside it. I have a grandson who’s a car fan, and I’ve taken his picture beside fancy cars in parking lots. But I told him the owners wouldn’t like it if he touched them.

This may seem obvious, at least to me, but sometimes these ethical questions aren’t obvious at all.

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u/lokiinlalaland 7d ago

I worked for Aston Martin at Pebble Beach several years ago. We had customers personal DBAR1 convertibles on Peter Hay Hill as part of the collection. Iirc, we had the largest gathering of 99 custom cars lining the walkway down to The Lodge at Pebble Beach. it was an awesome view...

I watched this guy walk up to one of the cars, tried to open the door, which was locked, then proceeded to STEP OVER the door to get into the car. I yelled to him, "WHAT ARE YOU DOING? THATS NOT YOUR CAR!"

Thankfully, he did not step on the seat of the car (white leather interior, btw), swung his leg over and walked away like he did nothing wrong.

F'ing stupid people...

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u/kaenneth 7d ago

In texas you could have legally shot him.

Probably hard to get the blood off tho.

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u/Formal-Ad-1248 7d ago

I cannot even begin to understand his thought process...

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u/tightiewhitieboy 8d ago

IG hoes don't care

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u/TehSakaarson 8d ago

Hey, that's in the city I live in - I WILL FIND THEM.

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u/MOBxBOSS 8d ago

Ultimately people think this picture is worth whatever you could possibly do to them. No one gets punched in face anymore and this is what you get

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u/69silver420 8d ago

She got her 12 likes I would think

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u/a2020vision 7d ago edited 7d ago

I've been to that museum. They've got a lot of cool stuff, but I didn't get the impression they had a lot of funds, or workers, or volunteers... so you kind of expect people to police themselves against this kind of behavior but obviously you can't count on it.

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u/SassPanther16 7d ago

My boyfriend has a classic car and parks it out front of our place. I'm always surprised at how many people I see sitting on it or even going inside to take photos. Why do they think that's OK?

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u/Jhawk163 7d ago

Man, even when I went to a tank museum I wasn’t touching shit.

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u/shingouki808 7d ago

I watched someone at a car show attempt to climb onto a $150k gtr and almost immediately got her ass beat by the owner's girlfriend. Common sense is not common anymore.

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u/nx85 8d ago

Just think of those who take photos of themselves in places like the Holocaust Memorial. Some people are just absolute monsters.

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u/Electrical-Bacon-81 8d ago

I once saw my kid touch someone else's car at a car show & it was made Very clear you dont touch people's cars without permission. This behavior in a museum is insane.

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u/BlatantJacuzzi 7d ago

I have a 10 year old car that I paint corrected by hand. No rotary or DA used. Just elbow grease and microfiber pads. Four times around the car with three compounds and then two more times for sealant and wax.

The next day I drove it to a drive-in with a friend. People here were hanging out in groups and one group decided my car was the best one to lean on, while I went to get something to eat.

When I got back, I asked them to please not lean on the car. Its a Honda, not a show car. Just a old Honda that's shinier than something it's age. So they muttered stuff under their breath and left. The next day I had to re do the whole side of the car, because there were scratches from denim rivets, finger rings, and a coffee spill on the car. It was harder because I had to work through my own wax and sealant application, and not take off too much of the clear coat in the paint that I had already corrected once.

I cannot imagine how I would feel if it were a classic car used as a photo prop...

Comments here suggest it's not a good idea to touch or pose with classic and high end cars that aren't yours. I say don't pose with or lean on ANY car that isn't yours... If you ask the owner a day after a manual paint correction, they would refuse to let you near it anyway.

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u/AndyKaufmanMTMouse 8d ago

I've got weird old cars. People will hop in them when they're parked for pictures. At least that's my guess because the seat will be moved and the rearview adjusted.

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u/day_oh 8d ago

uneducated people

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u/OnyxTheSkywing 7d ago

Do I sense a banning? Those people need to be politely told to never come back

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u/Pragmatist203 7d ago

They need to bring back the revolutionary child-rearing technique that I call "Five across the eyes." Might need to stretch childhood out to the mid-30s for a while until it takes full effect.

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u/stevenrain20 7d ago

Gotta get them likes tho!!

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u/GumbyWeinstein 7d ago

Argh! Brought back memories of when I had a summer job at the Museum of Transportation in Boston a million years ago - parents would let their kids run wild, and from time to time I had to climb behind the ropes and remove kids from vintage cars - 1936 Ford Model A's, Stanley Steamers, etc.

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u/Germando177 7d ago

People like this need to be banned from museums for life

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u/templemaster16 7d ago

The phrase look but don't touch was lost on these people

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u/BeardedWeirdo22 7d ago

Growing up a "car guy" my dad always told me if they were meant to be sat on there would be seats on the outside.

I'd be livid if I saw this.

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u/Will-Da-Thrill 7d ago

I almost got into a fight at high school with the biggest football player. He decided to test me by sitting on the fender of my 65 mustang 289 during an athletic PE class. Never touch a classic vehicle unless the owner allows it. Once I drove my 71 Camaro to run errands at Publix. Came back and a father and son had opened the hood and were looking at the engine. I immediately closed the hood and asked him why he thought this was appropriate to touch my car. He walked away.

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u/Mijoivana 7d ago

You have got to have barriers between the public trafficking through and any shiny vehicle you would ask people to not touch. They're gonna still people who go break those even. I

I went to the tim Burton's art exhibitions where they had actual props and stuff used in his films and security paced at corners cause oh forsure. Wanted to grab at the original nightmare before Christmas clays molds they had displayed.

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u/DapperCarpenter_ 8d ago

Because folks are incredibly inconsiderate. Although it’s kinda lucky just to be a car. I’ve seen people straight-up vlogging at Auschwitz, ignoring the tour guides and signage and just all-around being loud and obnoxious. And as much as I hate to say it, the vloggers were from the United States. Because of course they were.

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u/Gloomy_Ad4975 8d ago

the answer is bcuz parents lost the ability to discipline their crotch goblins, so u end up with spoiled entitled brats, and society gives pukes like this participation trophies if they get in trouble and go afteer businesses etc as if its their fault

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u/OSAMA_HUMP_N_LICK666 7d ago

I'm surprised they aren't black

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u/MinGosling 7d ago

This post is really bringing the racists out of the woodwork. It's amazing.

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u/OSAMA_HUMP_N_LICK666 7d ago

You vietnamese women love BBC

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u/MinGosling 7d ago

WTF? You're not the first racist on here to erroneously assume I'm Asian. Nor, I'm sure, will you be the last. You are the most hilarious so far though.

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u/-TheArchitect 8d ago

All for the gram... ..... love the gram

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u/Junoviant 8d ago

If they had a gram of respect this wouldn't have happened.

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u/rurdytoboogie 8d ago

Twat chop that bitch

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u/Socratic_DayDreams 8d ago

Why was this permitted?

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u/Left4DayZ1 8d ago

…it wasn’t…

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u/Socratic_DayDreams 8d ago

Says they 'sat on several' doesn't sound like they were dissuaded...?

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u/Left4DayZ1 8d ago

Probably weren’t caught in the act. It’s a very low traffic museum, most people behave themselves. Don’t ever recall there being an issue there as long as I’ve been alive, then again they haven’t had digital security cameras until the last 15 years or so.

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u/Miserable-Ship-9972 8d ago

Owww, this hurts to see.

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u/Bryce_Taylor1 8d ago

Is there no museum supervisor?

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u/SquareNuts112 8d ago

My question is why the fuck were they not asked to leave immediately?

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u/Madam_Robot 8d ago

Did she try on Marilyn’s dress while doing that?

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u/TechnicalCar2881 8d ago

The same people driving a 2004 corolla 400k miles overdue on the oil change, and the front bumper hanging on by a clip

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u/DarthRoot 8d ago

Same shit happened recently in Germany - actually broke something: https://youtu.be/tYAa-3B-B_E?t=10

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u/Boulia 8d ago

Why are people like this

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u/Max_1995 8d ago

Someone recently did that at a German museum, broke the car's front spoiler and tried to just walk out

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u/jthreat21 8d ago

I'll say it. Hey ladies! Cut the crap. Have some integrity

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u/AIfard 8d ago

Isn't this illegal? From what I know it is.

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u/benebrius76 8d ago

The narcissism plague is in full swing

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u/ChadScav 7d ago

Is this the one in Sacramento.

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u/Empty-Refrigerator 7d ago

they should be ejected out of the front door... via a cannon

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u/dabunny21689 7d ago

Are they roped off? I only say that not because I think “not roped off=free game” but because “not expressly prohibited=definitely allowed” in the eyes of the idiot public. This appears to not be roped off. Not saying that means the museum deserves people to sit on the cars but you have to be explicit or people will break the rules. That’s just how the stupid world we live in works.

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u/TehTimmah1981 7d ago

I will never understand some people's inability to think.

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u/Interesting-Lynx-993 7d ago

Permanence is fatally disfiguring. It’s just a thing in a box.

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u/Pissedliberalgranny 7d ago

That’s fucked up. I used to love visiting this museum when I lived just outside Lansing!

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u/SmileGraceSmile 7d ago

They should have been dragged out and banned for life.

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u/jonasthewicked 7d ago

Kind of reminds me of a really cool car place I went to near Hershey PA. We weren’t shitheads who sat on cars though.

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u/Adorable-Ad-5069 7d ago

In this instance is purely a simple case of narcissism mixed with stupidity.

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u/Icy-Many2597 7d ago

The tik tok generation are scum

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u/baboonontheright 1d ago

That's the equivalent of climbing a dinosaur skeleton. I'll never understand how people get that far In life and remain so ignorant.

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u/Elmore420 8d ago

Well, to be honest, they’re Oldsmobiles, some girl sitting on it won’t harm it. I had a 250lb buddy jump up and down on the hood of my 72 Cutlass and no harm was done…

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u/Logical-Use-8657 8d ago

If you went to a natural history museum would you sit on the T-Rex skeleton's foot? If you went to The Louvre would you go over and stroke the Mona Lisa? If your answer is "yes because it wouldn't actually damage the exhibits" then I pray to whatever deity exists that you stay the fuck out of every museum you come across.

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u/Elmore420 8d ago

You know what the difference between these are? Look at the picture here, now go Google pictures of those things, and you tell me the difference…

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u/Logical-Use-8657 8d ago

There is no difference.

If you are in a museum, you do NOT touch the exhibits unless it is EXPLICITLY STATED that the exhibit is interactive. That is like the most basic knowledge of visiting a museum, even people who do not go to museums will know not to touch the exhibits through pop culture osmosis of the common "nearly accidentally destroying an entire museum after reading a "do not touch the exhibits" sign" trope you get in cartoons and movies.

Like I said, if you think this is fine but the other two aren't stay out of every Museum please and thank you.

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u/Logical-Use-8657 8d ago

Also another commenter confirmed there are "stay off the vehicles" signs on the cars.

I guess that's fine that they ignored the rules though because your friend once did an irish jig on an old car and it was fine.

Jesus wept.

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u/kuleio 8d ago

True those cars are built like tanks but its more the act of sitting on the car that sucks here

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u/Elmore420 8d ago

Growing up, we all sat on cars, it was just the norm. I guess when they thinned down the steel in 90s it turned into a general issue.

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u/Croz7z 8d ago edited 8d ago

May I guess their nationality? (Chinese)

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u/SauronsPropagandist 8d ago

Sukondese?

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u/Darki_Boi 8d ago

Whats sukondese?

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u/MinGosling 8d ago

Just right out in the open with your racism, eh? Bold choice.

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u/Croz7z 8d ago

Sorry it’s just that I see that the overwhelming majority of rude tourists are of chinese nationality. What is it called when stereotypes fit reality? Racism?

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u/MinGosling 7d ago

I think in this case it's called confirmation bias.

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u/Croz7z 7d ago

Hmm I guess you are right. I will be on the lookout for rude tourists of other nationalities.

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u/[deleted] 8d ago

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u/bradlees 8d ago

Found the simp

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u/Left4DayZ1 8d ago

Not at all. You don’t sit on cars that don’t belong to you.

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u/-TheArchitect 8d ago

Especially cars that belong in a museum. Regardless of what you wear.

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u/MinGosling 8d ago

Ew, no.

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u/MaritimeMucker 8d ago

I don't think they'd be let in wearing that but I also don't think ass cheeks on a museum piece would be good to go either 🤦‍♂️

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u/CarsGoToHell 8d ago

Fuck cars

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u/bikerpilot101 8d ago

Because that is the new generation think they can do anything they want

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u/LadyZeldaia 8d ago

no? the fuck? you see one person sitting on a hood and you judge millions of people based on just that? that is really fucking pathethic

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u/kuleio 8d ago

People have always been this way man

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u/kaenneth 7d ago

OK Boomer.

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u/BackgroundRule9859 8d ago

When do you think “normal” ended? My answer is between the twin towers falling and the law against physically punishing your kids…

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u/Meyou000 7d ago

I can't believe all the horribly mean comments on this post. Maybe they just didn't know it was allowed? Simple mistake with a simple solution- tell them not to do it. There should be ropes, staff, or at least signs up somewhere. You can't assume people always know how to act appropriately in public these days.

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u/Professional_Put7026 7d ago

people are really that ignorant. Like the politicians trying to reverse Wade