- All Debates
- Popular Debates
- Active Debates
- New Debates
- Open Challenge Debates
- My Challenge Debates
- Accepted Challenges
- Debate Communities
- Argument Waterfall
- New People
- People by Points
On second thought, I think I'll keep it. Having her AND Alexa ... what more can I ask? Besides, I saw an old Caddie the other day that sold for 10 times what it originally cost. AND, I've seen a LOT of new stuff that I wouldn't trade for. Quality is hard to get sometimes. ;-)
Well, I don't usually pay money for used, but if you put her out on the sidewalk on trash day and I see her then I might look her over and check if she smells and then toss her in the back seat of the car. Granted my wife might say "why'd you bring that thing home" but I'll just say it was free and we can toss it out ourselves if we want.
This is oddly, and depressingly apt.
I was unemployed for three months when I was 24. I had enough savings that I could pay my bills and be comfortable for six months, but despite lack of financial stress, I was emotionally stressed out.
I realized early on that, because I lived alone, nobody would be likely to look for me or find me accidentally if something happened and I could not move or reach the telephone, etc.
Because I did not have a job, I was not expected to show up anywhere. Nobody would have missed me.
Had my friends knocked and I did not answer, they would have assumed I was out.
Had anyone called, they would have assumed I was out.
I could have been injured and incapacitated, and NOBODY would have missed me or come to check on me while I slowly died of thirst or starvation.