Mike Adams
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I’m having difficulty understanding why the last two parking spaces in the parking lot in front of the Cameron School of Business were taken up by a single car this morning. It’s even more perplexing that the car is a Prius. If you can’t fit a Prius into one space, should you really be driving at all?

I understand why people buy the Prius. It’s because they want to preserve Mother Earth for future generations. You don’t want to hog up everything for yourself. So, why can’t you fit that little car into one parking space? Isn’t single parking a better way to make sure you aren’t hogging up more scarce resources than you should?

And what about that bumper sticker that says “Coexist” on the back of the Prius that is currently double parked in front of the business school? How can we coexist if you can’t keep your Prius in a single parking space?

I have a bumper sticker that says “Protected by Glock” on my Honda. Am I more or less likely to be car jacked than the guy who has a “Coexist” bumper sticker?

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Is there really any better way to coexist than having a concealed weapons permit? Don’t these permits have a better track record of preventing crimes than the United Nations does in regard to preventing wars?

Recently, one of my students asked his professor whether the United Nations could have prevented World War II if it had been established prior to 1945. She got mad and refused to answer his question. How can we coexist when our progressive professors refuse to answer questions calmly and without anger?

Woodrow Wilson was a progressive. He also went into World War I thinking it would be the war to end all wars. How is that working out so far?

Why did Woodrow Wilson undo years of Republican progress on race by re-segregating the civil service? Did he think we could all get along better if blacks and whites were segregated? Did he think that was best because blacks are intellectually inferior to whites?

If Woodrow Wilson were alive today would he drive a Prius with a “Coexist” bumper sticker? Would he double park his Prius in front of the United Nations building in Manhattan?

Why is the guy who sports a “Coexist” bumper sticker always the same guy who wants to ban a nativity scene from the public square?

Do you mind if I put a “Honk if I’m paying your mortgage” bumper sticker next to your “Coexist” bumper sticker? How about a “Keep honking, I’m reloading” sticker? Could my bumper stickers coexist with your bumper stickers?

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Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.