a reply to: shrevegal
eh... fast and furious seems to me a sign of a bigger problem.
Not of malevolence, but of systemic incompetence, incompentence that has been increased by the platform of either party.
its like a car that is shared between two people, lets call them Person one, and Person a
they both live out on the fringes of town, they share a house, person A works from home, person One carpools to his job.
they share ownership of a car, they share the insurance payments, etc. on it.
person One wants to get rid of it, so attempts to drive it rough/etc to make it break down, or takes parts out of it, whatever.
person A wants to keep it, so tapes what they can together with duck-tape, etc, to keep it running a bit longer.
it eventually leads to a car that is barely held together, and can barely drive anywhere while having terrible fuel efficiency.
it also leads to both sides getting more stupid, Person One believing/saying that the car is a useles peice of junk and they should get rid of it, the
other pointing out that for all practical purposes they need the car, they don't live within walking distance of stores/etc, and despite being a POS,
it's still somewhat functional.
buying a new car is out of the question for some reason,
edit on 3-8-2014 by NonsensicalUserName because: (no reason given)