You’d think that living out here in Rural America the way I do that things like noisy neighbors with loud people, louder music and still louder cars wouldn’t be an issue wouldn’t you?  Unfortunately, living out here in the sticks doesn’t mean you won’t have any neighbors close by.  That privilege is reserved for people with large plots of land and the sense to put their home someplace in the middle of it.

For the most part, I have to admit that my neighbors aren’t that bad, until he catches me going out to check the mail or something and I get to stand around listening to him rant on about the new coilovers, rims, or some other thing that’s supposed to make his car badder than everything else on the road.

Personally, I can’t see the need for all that.  Maybe it’d be reasonable if he were driving in races or something but he’s just another Joe The Something-or-other with an obsession for his car.  Myself, I’d much rather just keep my car the way it is.  It runs, gets halfway decent gas mileage and I can count on it to get me from point A to point B and back every time.  I don’t need all the expensive geegaws and ultra high performance (translate that mileage killers) to do the job.

Besides, I think one car in the neighborhood that shakes the foundations when he starts it up is more than enough.

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