Do you even have an internal monologue?
Not sure I understand the question. I'll say drive. But only if I get a car that (a) can fly, (b) shoots missles, (c) includes training from James Bond.I KNOW I've seen that quote at the end of your post before. What's it from?
what am i driving? is it a car? or some sort of motorized rascal-esque device? how fast does it go? can it go indoors? can i never walk again????
I'd rather walk. Humans got by with walking for millenia, whereas cars have been on the scene for just over a hundred years. Walking also allows me to traverse more diverse terrain, a man can walk in places a car dares not go. Can you drive to the top of Everest? Can you drive around inside the Louvre? No, but you can walk there. Cars are prone to breakdown, they require fuel, maintenance, and incur expenses left and right. Arguments could be made about the toll of walking on a human body, does not our body require food and care? Yes it does, but it would anyways were we to drive everywhere, and walking all the time is going to promote good health and build muscles, such that we will be healthier individuals than those who never get off their ass, driving everywhere. For the record, I dont have a car, yet, I will someday because I will need one. As it is, I walk most everywhere I go, which is limited to the campus area.
Puny Humans. Hulk Leaps!
These Boots Were Made For Walking. If I ever stop living so far from everyone, then definitely walk. I walk just about everywhere in Cooperstown and it's fantastic. But right now, it might have to be drive or I'd never see the rest of my friends and family again, unless I make them all come visit me instead. Hmmmm. I like that idea. Walk it is!
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