martes, 28 de febrero de 2017

Is Vandalism Really that Bad?

Vandalism is a highly underrated form of job creation if you think about it. I know it is not politically correct to say so... but it is totally true. Let's say you see a Mercedes Benz S500, or a Bentley, or a Ferrari.... it has to be a good and expensive car. You see one of those cars and decide that you should introduce it to your Dodge Dart's car key... well someone has to fix it. Someone has to paint it, someone has to make the paint, someone has to sell you the paint and someone has to fix any deep scratch on the actual surface.

Now of course you are not going to do this to a fucking Toyota Corolla or a Hyundai Accent. You have to do it to an expensive car, because if they have the money for a Bentley, then they have the money for a paint job. What, did you expect the guy driving a 1999 Kia to be able to spend the money right away? No, that guy may not even fix it at all! The rich guy though, he does not want to drive around with three different key scratch lines that you made with your key while circling it 3 times at the paring lot of Sachs.

So do your part and help the economy by scratching the shit out of a rich cocksucker’s car. While you’re at it, throw a brick through the fucking front windshield... Those people who change car windows need to feed their families too. And since they keep insisting that the minimum salary should not be raised, the least you can do is help your fellow men. You will be a hero of the people.