Public Outraged As Price Of Fast-Depleting, Non-Renewable Resource Skyrockets
December 28, 2005 | Issue 41•52
ATLANTA (Oct. 12)—Americans are expressing their outrage at the soaring price of the non-renewable resource gasoline from the passenger seats of their vehicles across the country.
"America means having a right to cheap gas without having to say please," said Augusta, GA resident George Rizner, idling in his Hummer H2 in a protest near the Georgia State Capitol. "What are we supposed to do, walk?" Rizner then did doughnuts in a nearby parking ramp until his vehicle stalled.
Isn’t that wonderful? Here’s the full item , but that’s all I need. It’s a picture as it is.
It reminds me of a quote which Issac Asimov thoughtfully adapted into one of his finest novels:
"Against stupidity, the gods themselves contend in vain."
–Friedrich von Schiller