Of common courtesy
The Grill Party prides itself on being inviting to any and all who may enjoy tailgating and grilling. Our crew of friends and fans has fed fans of other teams, those who simply walk by looking lost, anyone who wants to stop, to eat, to visit. We have a fervent belief in courtesy and being respectful and polite to those around us.
Which got me thinking the other day how wonderful our world would be if we, as individuals, extended some simple courtesies and consideration to others. Things like after putting gas in your car then moving it to a parking spot if you need to go inside, especially if you are getting food or going to be inside for five or 10 minutes, therefore not blocking the pumps and generally being a rude boor.
The Grill Party has an obsession with proper usage of turn signals, mainly because so few people actually use them. Utilizing one parking spot per vehicle is encouraged as well. The Grill Party sees no reason for a vehicle to take more than one.
Civil discourse appears to be a lost commodity. Absolutely no reason can be found for people not to be able to carry on a conversation or discussion with some modicum of decent decorum. Remember, the other person might believe just as strongly as you.
Yes, dear voters, while the Grill Party might avoid politics, we do not shirk from attempting to ensure that a good time is had by all. As always— slow down and grill.