I don't pay a lot of attention to a lot of things.
For example, when I'm driving? I notice nothing except the road directly in front of me. This is highlighted by conversations such as this:
Stephanie: Oh my God! Look at those new apartments! Aren't they pretty?
Jason: Yes. They are pretty. But not new.
Stephanie: What? I've never seen them!
Jason: Um, sweetie? They're historic.
I've driven by those apartments every single day for the past four and a half years. I'm not kidding.
Anyway. I've decided that I want to be better about that. So today, I was zipping along, chilling to some Jason Mraz, and I noticed a big 18-wheeler that had a placard on the back which read:
IT'S A CHILD, NOT A CHOICE!
Which is cool, if you swing that way. But doesn't that seem like a really odd place to advertise your feelings about abortion? On the back of a truck like that?
I don't know. Maybe it's a good place. Judging by how most of the people on Interstate 40 drive? They aren't paying much attention to the road anyway.