I no longer drive. I guess I still could, but I have no desire to own a car and put up with that expense and I like the idea of being urban. I’ll take the bus and if I really need to get someplace quickly, I’ll take a cab.
I no longer give out cigarettes to people who can afford them. If a person is poor or homeless, no problem, but if you come up to me in downtown Cincinnati wearing a suit and wanting a smoke, forget it.
I no longer eat white bread and haven’t for years because it taste like white bread and isn’t good for you.
I no longer watch television. If there is something I really must see that’s been on the teevee, I go to YouTube.
I no longer give out directions if I’m not sure if I know what I’m talking about. Once upon a time, if someone would stop me and ask for directions, if I had some idea where a street was or an area or whatever, I would give out directions based on that slight idea. No more. Now I just lie and say I don’t live here.
I no longer have a land-line phone. What’s the point? A cell phone will do.
I no longer am nice to people I don’t like. I’m not mean to them, I just go out of my way to avoid them.
I no longer cut the grass, mainly because I have no grass to cut.
I’m sure I’ll be adding more to the list. Perhaps I’ll be sharing those additions in the future. Or maybe not.
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