- Oct 20, 2014
You're getting really emotional now and projecting things. Yes it's a necessity to have a car to work in a nation that doesn't provide transportation infrastructure that could replace the need for a car. You think with rents and housing prices what they are most people can afford to live within walking distance of their work? Unless they want to work at the ice house or Dollar General or Sonic or some other slave wage Mcjob. This nation has been built entirely around the car for the last 70 years. I hate cars, they're money pits but they're a fact of life in America.No, a truck or any vehicle is not a necessity to exist in most American cities.. actually it's not a necessity to exist in ANY city. The only reason you look at it that way is because you are a materialistic person, trying to justify why you HAVE and keep that piece of "property". I guess you must agree with the unemployed, homeless beggars who won't get a job, because they can't, as they don't have a vehicle, you must feel sorry for them, as they sit under a "help wanted" sign. Fuck me.. get out of here with the bullshit ideology that you have to have a vehicle to exist.. Millions of people do it every day without a vehicle. Must be some genetic make up that allows them to do so.. Something related to determination and the will to exist without needing a vehicle. Sorry to hear you are lacking those genetic traits.