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\subsection{Where else does the Unix Principle \textit{not} apply that it probably should in real life?}
\textbf{Cars (i.e., portable entertainment centers)}
\textbf{Cars (i.e., portable entertainment centers)} — ``It's not much, but it gets me where I'm going.''
This is how every person who drives a jalopy describes their car. But they are missing a much bigger point. They really should describe their car like this:
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\noindent ``It's not much, but it gets me where I'm going, and more importantly, \textit{it gets me back where I started}.''
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That is really the only purpose that a car has: to get you from point A to point B and back to point A while doing a reasonable job of protecting you from the elements.
My first car was a 1980 Ford Escort with two doors, a hatchback, an AM radio,\footnote{Although the old couple who had owned it installed some excellent speakers and an FM converter, which was a thing back in the day.} and a four-speed manual transmission. It got me where I was going and back again, and it did it in a very economical manner. There was never anything on the AM radio, and FM reception was spotty, so the only entertainment I had was what was out the window, whatever discussion I had with passengers, and my own mind.
Out of my cars, that is the one with second fondest memories.\footnote{I could talk about my Chevrolet Corsica, which the most happy, and happiest memories, but that's for another zine.}
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