The common things we all think but never question
We’re supposed to be all special and unique snowflakes, despite the fact that the world often creates all in the same ways. We do not consider explicitly some of what creates us, though, because the nagging voice in the depths of our minds and says there actually might be a reason for things as they are. Because no one wants to be that asshole who asks “why” and immediately gets shot down with an answer and glare, we just silently keep those thoughts alien to ourselves. Strange ideas like…
“Buses should have seatbelts.”
We teach children about the importance of seat belt, and then stick them on school buses that do not have them every day. Even as adults, we go on buses without seat belts, even though we will not be defeated do the same thing in our own cars. It seems the strangest and most careless design flaw in the history of transport, however…it works? Even during the bus accident, you rarely hear about people being thrown through the window to the streets below, or even from one side of the bus to the other. Are the seats considered sufficient padding to save the lives of people? That may be, but I think now someone that would support me in their way to make bus seat belt mandatory, especially for school buses. The fact that this didn’t happen means the system works, although this does not mean that anyone knows why.
“The aircraft does not need to be ‘smoking’ light anymore.”
The plane not smoking is a certain relationship even though you think we all got the point until now. The moment when each trip has its own rules, and the sign was necessary. For example, according to Stack Exchange, airlines banned cigarette tubes in 1979, then in 1988 smoking is banned on all flights less than two hours. So you need a signature on those trips. Then in 1990 this was extended the ban on flights that last less than six hours, and in the year 1998 to all domestic flights. Finally, in 2000, every plane in America went smoke-free. Sixteen years later, we no longer need be crossed by the ciggie lingering over our heads every second of every journey, reminding us of the rule that was in fact 24/7 for an entire generation. And then as stupid as it is, we realize why it still exists: because if ever I went away the whole mass of the people assume the next also, and instantly puff away in front of your children. So the next time you find yourself wondering why this light still exists, because the debtors absolutely need the partial.
“There’s no reason to still call unleaded gas.”
Back in the day, gasoline was full of delicious lead. Then when I realized that things can kill you before you finish filling the oil industry the growth of the alternative: lead-free gasoline. Eventually enough people chose not to risk cancer, so leaded gas fell on the side of the road. Since the 1970s, you can’t get leaded gas at all, since the stuff is outright banned. However, we still insist on the Contact Us gas “lead-free” despite qualifying being completely unnecessary. No one sells leaded gas from the trunk in their car. Basically 100 percent of the Frome juicy lead-free. It’s default to the point many ask the clerk to “fill it with regular.” Why don’t its official name “the regular?” That people suddenly assume that the result makes the return of the “United Nations” go extinct? I must be the only reason, although it is not a good idea.
“The police don’t need to block three lanes one small case.”
How often have you found yourself stuck in full of visits rigid, 60 hours per mile, when you finally crawl your way to the filibuster, you only find a minor case? This must be the reason maybe slight slowdown but the company insisted on the closure of 75 percent of the highway, forcing everyone to awkwardly squeeze into one super-narrow lane. This makes absolutely no sense and simply makes the already cumbersome mitigate the worst of it. Not that we ever call the police on their decision. For one reason they don’t like it when you do that, and his best friend Mr. the cuffs. But most importantly, once we bumrush the past selfishness the initial frustration, we believe in the end maybe there is a good reason the entire highway to be shut down. Who knows how many injured, how much or how of the hidden glass is tossed through the aisles, after all? The police and ambulance probably thinking “better safe than broke” if that means you don’t get home after dinner, it will take more than it lets you do 70 the risk of never making one again.
“A lot of things in the dollar store cost more than a dollar.”
The idea of a store where everything costs a buck is puzzling, especially when it’s Tuesday, you don’t get paid until Friday, but you need groceries, a new wardrobe now. And often see in the dollar store actually costs a dollar. But not all—in many of these places, expect to pay more than a buck on the best elements. Really good stuff you might run the number. At the dollar store! This is blatant false advertising and we all know that, but nobody raises a stink about it. This is likely because deep down, we know a shop selling everything against the dollar, the electronics and a nice dinner. clothing—I won’t last a month before. So we accept the pricing, but one of the questions incorrect name. Certainly no one sue to get changed, although that may be because people who shop at the dollar store maybe can’t afford a lawyer.
“Take off our shoes at the airport makes no sense.”
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Who hasn’t thought at least once, to remove our shoes before being allowed on a plane is the stupidest thing you can imagine? That’s because it basically is the stupidest thing, an idea born of sheer panic reaction. After 9/11, one wannabe terrorist tried to blow up the plane using explosives in his shoes. I’ve failed miserably. Although although although no one is trying to smuggle explosives in his shoes since now everyone has to wear shoes, just in case. But even though we know deep down that this idea is pointless then and more of a burden now that we have full body scanners to show us all, and sharing it would be useless. Because the second the aviation industry allows us to put our shoes on the masses will angrily complain that we have “gone soft” we are a nation no longer take the threats seriously. So off the shoes go, forever, because the illusion of security issues just as much as the actual security.