Buying My Car
Modest not ostentatious. A car that would blend in and not provoke envy.
"Where do you want your wealth to reside?" Not in a heap of tin and heavy metal that starts to depreciate as soon as I drive off the car lot.
"A car is an appliance," my sales representative says to me as he drives me to buy the car.
My credit score is 737. "Your credit walks on water," the business manager says.
It's a weird world, after all.
The warranty is $1,500 less because I belong to AARP.
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