You can see this in my mind the last time I was on the bus. I was walking home from work early one morning and saw a sign that said “dividend.” I said “hey, why don’t you get down to the bus stop and get your groceries and take a nap?”. I walked over to the counter to buy groceries. I said, “I don’t want to go to the bus stop.
Yeah, you can see this in my mind again, the bus stop is the first thing I see when I get on the bus. I’m walking through the station and notice the food counter. I look at it and then at the sign and say, I dont want to go to the bus stop.
I don’t know if that was the first thing I saw when I got on the bus, but it certainly wasn’t the last. That is pretty much the best description of how I feel every time I get on a bus.
After a few weeks of living in my own country and seeing the world’s population grow, I want to buy a car. Not a good time. I love it.
The problem with wanting to own a car is that it’s a status symbol. No matter how many times I tell myself I don’t need a car, I always end up buying one. A car is a status symbol. It’s a way to show off your status. It’s a status symbol that makes you feel better about yourself. The problem is that the only way to feel better is to buy the car. You can’t buy your status. You can only buy it by driving it.
Its the nature of the beast. I dont think people really know how much buying a car is contributing to the current mess in the world. We all know that many of the things that make us feel better are at least a little bit selfish. That’s just what we’re wired to do. But when you think about it, its amazing what you can achieve with a car.
But when I’m talking to people about buying a new car, I get a lot of blank stares. I mean why would anyone buy a car if they hate it? I mean it could be the best car in the world but they still wouldn’t buy it.
Well, first of all, I must ask, how many of you have driven a car? I mean, how many of you have purchased a car and had your drivers license or insurance revoked because of it? I know I know that I’m the only one that doesn’t understand this.
In the case of a car, it really comes down to two things. One, the value. You want to own a car you want to own a car you want to be able to drive it. And two, the fuel efficiency. I know that its nice to be able to drive a car for a reasonable amount of money, but you also want the car to be fuel efficient.
And yet, we all know that a car that runs great on gas will have to run great on oil. This is because the car will need to run on gasoline to get where it is going. But there is a very strong correlation between the two. The higher the miles, the better the gas mileage, and the safer the car will run on fuel.