Attitudes towards Cars

Finally, what’s a “Calvinist attitude towards cars”? If you mean I think cars don’t have free will, you’re right.

Now you’ve done it…

An Augustinian attitude towards cars: Cars are a damned mass of perdition.

A Lutheran attitude towards cars: Cars are simultaneously terrific and terrible.

A Wesleyan attitude towards cars: Cars aren’t really any good until they’ve been strangely warmed.

A Stonewall-Campbell attitude towards cars: Cars should be built according to Henry Ford’s original blueprints and techniques.

A Pentecostal attitude towards cars: Cars aren’t really cars until they’ve been filled with gasoline.

An Amish attitude towards cars: Cars are the damned path to perdition.

Any more?

(With a chuckling tip of the hat to Doug S and Bill H, whose initial exchange on an email list prompted this silliness.)

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One Response to Attitudes towards Cars

  1. Contributed by Jeff G:

    A Jewish attitude towards cars: Cars have helped us survive the oppressions of our enemies; OK, let’s eat!

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