Why Millennials Just Don't Care About Cars
Internet obsession is a big reason, but it's not the only one.
Just about every city that has a population over 50,000 people has public transportation. What are you people talking about the author living in a little bubble? I live in a small city within the MOJAVE DESERT, and we have public transit. You people are just nut case whiners. Maybe if when you went outside you turned off the Rush Limbaugh, you would notice not everybody is driving an SUV or pick up truck.
My stepson was recently informed that he has to show up for jury duty. He has no vehicle. His attempts to contact a government human have ended up in voice menu hell. He has no guarantee that the government, after paying the judge and lawyers fees, will be able to compensate him for taxicab fare. Therefore, he will not show up for jury selection.
Who really cares about cars? Too much candy for a cent with all the electronic/computer gadgets that can go wrong. We've become braindead from technology.
I'd rather have a vehicle from the 70's--shadetree mechanics, roll down your own damned window and let me just drive till I find my destination.
There are more important things in life. We live everyday with the news of terrorism, biblical weather events, murders from people who really don't care if they get caught, a great lack of respect for God and each other, jobs lost to and from technology that have also gone overseas, $4-5.00/gallon for gas, the list is sorrowfully endless--
Let's get back to basics!!!
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