It is that time of the year when once again, self-centered young citizens think they have the right to destroy property by showing just how skillfully they can operate operate vehicles.
I would suggest that if any concerned parent noted their children's vehicle with grass and/or mud in the wheel wells they would attempt to find out why!!!
Here is a fairly accurate tire print. If my own dear children had arrived home with mud in the wheel well I would have at least asked how this happened.
I am confident that there are some among us that feel that they have a "right" to drive. I would submit that in order to drive a motor vehicle one has to prove they know what is right and wrong. They have to pass a knowledge test on the rules of the road, etc. and also demonstrate to a license examiner that they can be trusted to operate a motor vehicle. Based on the destruction that I observed and photographed there are those among us who do not understand that it is a priviledge to operate a motor vehicle.
Some where among our fellow citizens we have parents who may not have instilled a sense of responsibility in their offspring. Or, even worse, these offspring were properly trained; but took the opportunity to show off to themselves and/or their peers just how much destruction they could perform during the annual "Rites of Spring."
In the end, one has to feel sorry for anyone who would damage other people's property just for the fun of it.