Tires in the Window
I saw on the news this morning, a couple living in Boise, Idaho (I think) were sound asleep in their bed when all of a sudden two tires just flew threw the walls of their house at 70 mph.
Can you imagine waking up in the middle of the night to see some tires bustin’ through your walls? According to the reports, the tires were going about seventy miles an hour. No one was hurt, but I wonder what type of house they had that something could just fly through the walls. CNN showed a clip and they lived in a trailer. Maybe if you lived in a real house, instead of a cardboard box on the side of the road, stuff like that wouldn’t happen to you.
Average Gas Prices
Apparently there’s a dispute on the average gas price in the United States. AAA is saying 2.29 and some other agency is saying 2.27. Are the two cents really that serious? I mean, let’s look at this. 2.29 or 2.27? Are you going to drive across town to get that 2.27? No, you aren’t. And I wish that they would stop with the average prices and just say it in plain terms so that people understand. Say something like, “Gas is high as shit.” It’s very simple. There’s no confusion. No mincing words over a few cents. In my opinion, 2.27 or 2.28 is high. But not compared to those in Honolulu. They are paying, on average, $2.74.