November 22, 2009 at 7:15 pm | Posted in Compulsions, Society, Threats | Leave a comment
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It’s nice when one machine does many things.

In choosing a car, you may find yourself drawn to three-door ‘hatches’ or ‘fastbacks’ for several reasons.

At a practical level, you can do a lot more with a hatch, e.g.:

  • Buy appliances.
  • Cart firewood.
  • Sleep.

Such multitasking of an expensive consumer durable good is attractive.

At a social level, you’re not likely to have hordes of friends or family members to cart around.

At an emotional level, you feel safer in a hatch, as there are no side doors behind you through which attackers may force their way.

Bullying and long-term alcohol use increase fear of attack.

Reduction of these deleterious elements earlier in life will broaden your motor vehicle choice down the road.


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