Forbes moves into The Onion's turf
I hedged my bets on the Romney airplane window which turned out to be a good move, so i'm going to also allow that this article might be, nay must be, satire.
Nearly every day there's yet another headline proclaiming how Millennials and teens aren't interested in driving and owning cars...
"My parents let me borrow the station wagon on weekends" never sounded so much like "I had to walk to school barefoot in the snow" before.
By fnord12 | September 26, 2012, 7:45 AM | Ummm... Other?
i can't tell if the author is admitting his and his brother's shame for our ridicule or if it's more of a "here's a fault that's not really a fault" kind of an admission.
i blame the parents. i don't see how not getting a license is a threat to a parent. their insurance would be lower and they'd have less concern about where you're going late at night cause you clearly aren't going anywhere you can't work your ass.
good luck getting a job without a car to get to said job.
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