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11-15-2008 @ 11:20PM
I think what we have here is a major clash in opinions. Some people like car trips. Some people prefer plane trips. The people that like plane trips like to get to their destination fast, see everything there, and then leave. Those that like car trips enjoy the actual effort of getting there, and the trip itself, seeing different and unexpected things on the way to the destination. Oftentimes those that enjoy the cartrips don't get to experience the same things that those that took the plane did. After all, they took longer to get there and have less time to explore before they need to head home.Which person is correct? The person that likes traveling via car, or the person traveling via plane? The answer: That's a stupid question. It's really just a matter of preference. A lot of the 'casuals' (car trip people) found the 'hardcores' (plane people,) complaint that there is nothing to do at the 'raiding level' (destination), as an insult, because they're basically saying that there is so little to do that even someone taking their time on a car trip can see as much as they did when they were in a hurry and took a flight there. The car people think of this as the plane people insulting their preferred method of travel. That isn't what the plane people are saying. They're just saying that the destination might not be worth the trip at all, no matter which form of travel you go.
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