I don’t understand why the rear windows on my vehicles don’t go all the way down. After all, when I want airflow (especially, like after eating those bean burritos) I want total airflow. And besides, how dorky does it look to be driving a convertible with the top down, the front windows down, and the rear windows half-way down?
It was explained to me that laws were passed to mandate this condition. The reason, ostensibly, is to keep children from falling out of the window. But what gets me is:
I don’t have any children!
So, why should I have a crippled vehicle when I don’t have kids. And, given the state of my social life... well, never mind.
Even if I did have children, they would be strapped in securely. After all, my dad’s 65 Impala didn’t have windows that stopped halfway, and I never fell out. There were times when he might have been tempted to throw me out (especially after having a milkshake with my bean burritos -- being lactose intolerant and all), but I never fell out.
So listen up, automobile manufacturers. That includes... General Motors, Ford, Mitsubishi, Rolls Royce, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, and Volkswagen. I want my rear windows to go all of the way down!