|My workshop is empty. What next?|
Some people buy and sell cars all of the time. They talk about some car that was so great, but they got rid of it in a few months, or maybe a year. Great, really? Why is it gone, then? I guess that they would not grasp my mindset, and I struggle with theirs, so be it. I am what I am, and I enjoyed my Porsche for slightly less than eight years. I would still have it if things were different.
|Last trip out.|
After all, the whole world is moving toward electric cars, anyway, and all of this fossil fuel combustion business will one day be vaguely remembered in the same way as ox carts are recalled by us today - they did a job, but in a coarse and limited way. We may be discussed in future seminars for having thought up such absurd conveyances, invented disregarding the planet and our health, and everything, just so we could go from here to there, tant pis. But a Porsche could do it in an entertaining way, wow. What little it takes to entertain the limited, like me. Never mind, one day people and goods will be teleported from here to there, and they will laugh at the idea of 'driving' - what a farcical and piteous waste of time, because where you are will be important to them, not how you got there in your 'sport' car. I do continue to enjoy people that I have met via my Porsche, though, so there's that.
|The new owner is the bald guy. He's nice, and I hope that he enjoys the car.|
I believe every one of the ideas that I spelled out above. Then again, maybe I live in the wrong century, although I'm unsure what the correct one would be.
|Goodbye, and farewell. I will miss you, little analogue friend.|
I'll have more thoughts about all of this, and before long additional ideas will appear here. Friends have been lending me various models of Porsche's to drive. We'll see.
|In the meantime I'll keep busy . . . This is a '78 and it runs great with 7550+ hours on it, but it needs some TLC.|