Each picture on Vincent Lewis's website (I will link the source at the bottom) is explained, by location. You are even encouraged, as I linked above,
to find these same images yourself on Google Earth. One picture is notated with the fact that the cars have since been moved.
What do I feel about this? Absolute outrage.
So many struggling around the world, I know firsthand the struggles of America because I live
here, nearly everyone I know is either destitute, or barely scraping by. Even those who are making it just fine are not getting ahead. The naturally
frugal, underspending, sale shoppers, that is who builds wealth. And those in that category aren't able to build wealth, they are just able to not
drown with masses (and good for you if you're in that group).
The car manufacturers, they could for starters NOT PRODUCE WASTE.
Absolute, total, utter waste.
These cars are not going to be drivable. Have you ever parked a car for any length of time? Say 3 or 6 months? It will deteriorate, it will rot.
The tires will crack, the hoses will crack, fluids will leak. And here we have hundreds of thousands of cars doing just that. A complete waste.
And I know why. No one wants to admit the financial state of the world, and particularly the US, is as bad as it is. So we pretend. We make cars.
After all, NOT making the cars would result in layoffs right? Things would just get worse.
The car manufacturers could, to recover from their mistake of over-producing, SELL THE CARS THEY'VE MADE at true market value.
And what is market value, the price agreed by a buyer and seller. That is making market. If all these cars cannot sell for 20,000 or 30,000 or more,
for the love of God, LOWER THE PRICE. Millions of Americans, I'm sure, would be pleased to pick these cars up for 5,000 or 10,000, maybe be even
more, and I'm sure it is the same in other countries as well.
But no. Car manufacturers must not sell at true market value, where a buyer and seller meet, they must make their profits. They must make their
A waste of money, a waste of resources, a waste of land. A waste. And people could use these cars.
Props to Vincent Lewis for putting this out there:
Please check out the source. It will probably take 10 or 15 minutes for a thorough read. There are maybe 20 pics in total.
edit on 5/17/14 by Ameilia because: (no reason given)