What does that matter? Especially if they are s stranger whom you do not know? If they aren't yours, they are just zombies, right?Being referred to as "human" confers no guarantee of civility, decency, or even allegiance to one's own species.
I guess I'm not seeing the same parallel you are.
Are you ok? You seem to be taking this very personally.What does that matter? Especially if they are s stranger whom you do not know? If they aren't yours, they are just zombies, right?
Thank you for explaining what this was. My mind went... elsewhere...
...you actually see Hawaiian plates in the continental US?The game is over.
Back in October, because of the usual influx of out-of-state drivers in Arizona, my wife and I decided to play The License Plate Game. Basically, the goal was to see license plates from all 50 states, and see how many of them we could find in our daily travels - without even leaving the state.
The game ended as of today.
Let the record show that yesterday, as I was heading back to the yard after my last run in the evening, I saw a Kentucky license plate on the back of a pickup. That was plate #49.
And, what to my complete surprise this morning, but there, parked in the apartment complex of one of the kids I take in to school in the morning, was a Rhode Island plate. I did a double take, but it was, indeed, a Rhode Island plate - which made it #50.
According to google, shipping a car from Hawaii to the mainland by boat is less than $2000, so if you're moving that's significantly cheaper than buying a new car, most likely even factoring in the sale of the old car.Why would someone shlep a car all the way from Hawaii to the rest of the USA?