I have an issue with the priorities that people will give their fashion and trends, over their regular lives.
We have a life to live. and we have to live it to the fullest.
This specifically goes to the people living in poverty who spend more money on fashion than their living conditions.
Here’s a post on facebook I made on the subject.
The parking lot is huge. Hundreds of cars packed in tightly. Heavy smell of lime scented gasoline aka jet fuel aka SONOCO gas. Rumbling of engines. Not a squeaky brake anywhere.
The worst spot of it all and filled with road rage, is 290 at the beltway headed south. Road rage filled arrogance smashing through traffic.
take your fruity useless gas guzzler, and your hip hop country music lifestyle (lol) and move on down the wannabe road.
Here’s a story about an SUV driver I encountered, I made a post about this on Reddit and on Facebook. Reddit Didn’t get it. It took a while to make my Facebook friends understand where I was going with the story.
Yesterday, driving to the store saw a man in an inclined drive way into an apartment complex, saw door open and he was half in truck half way out. I knew the signs. Made a U turn, parked just past him. ran to back of his SUV (yep I’m American.. why does EVERYONE have to have a freaking SUV). By then another person was running up to the back of the SUV. we pushed him into a parking space.
Only thing I said “it looked like you were kinda screwed”. I jumped into my car and drove off.
Many times in my life I have been stranded and no one helped, no matter how many people I would ask.
So I now own a car small enough to push by myself.
Moral of the story; don’t bite off more than you can chew. and never test drive further than you can push the vehicle back from.