Bob is a manly man. He loves working on his truck, combing his big bushy beard, hunting, fishing and reading his book on how to fish. Out of all the manly things Bob knows how to do, he falls short in one area: changing a tire. Bob has never had to change one before because his truck has rather large tires, but today it finally happened. Bob was driving behind a garbage truck. Being that Bob is a manly man, he always feels the need to have no one in front of him. The garbage truck was driving slow, making Bob very angry, so, Bob decided he was going to speed up and pass the truck. Seeing this made the garbage collectors angry so, the garbage collector throws a large bag of trash in Bob’s way. He had no choice but to run over it, causing whatever was in the bag to puncture his tire! Bob knew he must calm down if was to ever stop the car safely and get the tire changed.
The idea of a cashless society, is it really such a good idea? Experts agree that it is, but looking at the data when it comes to crime, paper trails, cash management, bank fees, and identity theft, is it really a good idea? Although the advancement to a cashless society is futuristic, a few things must be addressed so society can be successful in this transition.
Most people believe that depression is something that only affects women. How wrong they are. Men experience this as well. The only difference is that we choose to keep it to ourselves. Why? The answer is simple: we are afraid of looking weak. Not only are we afraid of looking weak in front of other guys or that spicy senorita we might have a crush on, but mostly to ourselves. Most of the men around my age (27) were raised to be strong and not show emotion. That's all fine and good and all, but where does all of the emotions go? They get bottled up and tossed in a closet. A closet can only hold so much before it explodes. This, of course, is a problem with women as well. It is more common with women because women are much more vocal with their issues.
"What would you say if I wanted to get a tattoo?" I questioned my wife.
*face palm* This was such a poor choice for a title...