posted on Jun, 18 2012 @ 11:31 PM
Originally posted by libertytoall
Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
I could just as easily counter that men should not be allowed to own cars until they realize that they are just machines and that they shouldn't take
every little thing so seriously. Guys get a few dings in their cars and act like their dog died or something. It's pathetic.
Tell that to a musician with a $5000 guitar. Tell them it's just a guitar after you break it.. Your logic is flawed.
Let's imagine you go and buy an expensive 3d television for $4,000 and when you bring it home someone scratches the screen. Would you say "eh,
it's just a TV," or would you be pissed off?
I really don't see the logic in your argument especially when I'm talking about an item that costs $40,000..
edit on 18-6-2012 by
libertytoall because: (no reason given)
I'll see your $40,0000 and raise you another $25,000 ~~~~
My husband and I have a Ford F-350 Super Duty 4x4 Dually pick up truck...... rather expensive, yes, but we use the heck out of it for work.
And that's our baby too. We wash it, use leather conditioner on the seats, polish the chrome..... you know. Pamper it.
However, all the dings on it are from others, men and woman alike. And yes, we park out in the parking lot but it never fails. There's always some
Even the damn guys that gather the grocery carts are bad about ramming into the vehicle.
One let a cart run into our fender well and it knocked the parking light out and had to replace it. About $35 or so.
Yes, it was a guy, and yes my husband let him have it, verbally that is. I guarantee the kid will think twice next time about a run away cart.
My point is that it's not gender specific.
Men/Women alike, young and old, rich or poor ...... ALL are at fault.