And this came to mind. We mostly talk about cars, but sometimes we talk about life. Today I brought my 90 year old dad lunch. He was driving himself and fairly independent until about a year ago. Now he is not, eyesight, joints, old age. Last night I asked him what he wanted for lunch, he said McDonald's, two spicy chicken sandwiches and an apple pie. After I got off the phone I was smiling and chuckling to myself. My wife asked why, I said, "dad wants McDonald's for lunch." All she could muster was a "that's gross" or something to that effect.
I was just totally tickled, not many benefits to getting older, but not worrying about the long term health effects of diet is a small but significant pleasure.
Out of a sense of duty and comradery I enjoyed guilt free good lunch of bad food with him. It was a nice day.
Token car related content, drove the IS300, first hot day this spring, AC is dead. Do not care, it can be fixed.