You’re driving along and you realize that your car is low on gas, so you stop in at the first gas station that you see. Gas around $4 per gallon. Ten years ago you (or you parents) could have bought gas for a little under $1.50.
This is the problem that a lot of places in the U.S.A. are having. I think it’s time for somebody to get us out of this. Gas is money, and money is not gas. I’ll explain to you why this is: Gas costs money (too much if you ask me), but you can’t use money as gas.
We should make cars that run on cheap, useless, unliked things—something like school books. (Nasty little buggers they are.)