THOU SHALT NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE, NOR HIS WIFE, NOR HIS MANSERVANT, NOR HIS MAIDSERVANT, NOR ANYTHING THAT IS THY NEIGHBOR’S, EXCEPT MAYBE HIS LAMBORGHINI

It bugs me that other people have better cars than I do. There was an ad in The Sun’s Classifieds the other day. Some guy was selling his 2002 Lamborghini for $179,000. My first reaction was astonishment. Some guy in San Bernardino has a Lamborghini? I was filled with envy. I felt bad. But then I felt good again. Hey, the guy had to sell it, right? But then I felt bad again. Some other person would buy it. Then I felt really, really bad. That other person wasn’t going to be me.