dcastle - q103

There shouldn't be any real shame in this but I feel like it’s my duty to dish some out. Our digital guy Jay learned he had a flat tire in the parking lot day. He then told me he was going to drive on it to get it fixed. He was flat out baffled when I asked him “why don’t you just pop the doughnut on”? jay told me “Who plans for this? People don’t just have spare tires in their cars that’s just not a thing people do”.

Jay drives a 2007 and was pretty certain that he did not have a doughnut anywhere in his car. He knew this because he like a pre pubescent 11-teen year old girl has never seen nor had to use it. When I told him it’s in the trunk he then popped the trunk to show me nothing but old dishes and dirty laundry. I then blew his mind when I revealed underneath his filthy Jnco jeans and knock of Scotty Pippen jerseys was a tire. I think for that moment Jay thought I might be related to David Copperfield because of the sorcery I have performed.

I then spent the next 15 minutes teaching this young simple minded digital age boy how to change a tire. I felt like his father. Although I’m only 5 years older than him I was still filled with all the same shame and disappointment his real father would be in this situation.

dcastle - q103

 

dcastle - q103