A few weeks ago I bought a 1980 Porsche 928 that had been stored in a garage and hadn’t been driven for the past twenty years. I knew that these cars were difficult to work on. There was no way that I would take this car to a Porsche mechanic, repair garage, or dealership because the hourly shop rate, amount of time, and parts cost would be astronomical.
In 2013 I had to sell my 1967 Porsche 911S, which if I had kept it, in the modified condition that it was in, it would be worth about $60,000 now. I paid $6,500 for it in 2003. If this car had not been modified by changing the rear hood, rear bumper, front trunk, front bumper, and wheel wells, it would be worth about $100,000 now. The early Porsche 911 have skyrocketed in price.
The early Porsche 911 have become so scarce and so expensive now, that people have begun collecting 912, 914, 924, 944, and 928 even though these cars have been mostly unwanted from about 1990 through 2015. It looks like Porsche 928 prices are beginning to climb now the same way that the early Porsche 911 prices did. This is probably the main reason why I bought this 928 a few weeks ago. Also, the particular engine in this car by itself, is worth more than I paid for the entire vehicle.
It is summer now, and on my days off from my job, I have been working on this car that I bought, whether I wanted to or not. In a way, I feel like time spent working on this car is not wasted time, the more work that I do, the more that this car is worth. Did I accidentally and unintentionally find a way to make money in my spare time with this hobby, is that what I did?
I made a deal or policy with myself, that I would not waste time on the internet with Facebook or YouTube during the day when I could be doing something productive. If I wasn’t going to be working on this car, I needed to do things like clean the roof gutters on my house, fix the mortar on my brick house chimney, etc.
It started raining at about 3 p.m. today and it continued to drizzle for the remainder of the day, so I had to go inside. I began looking at things on the internet, and before long I was watching swimsuit try-on videos on YouTube, again. YouTube was partly to blame, because it kept putting swimsuit try-on videos at the top of my recommended videos list.
Like I wrote about in a recent previous blog post article, some of these women will surprise you. They look plain, ordinary, and uninteresting with their clothes on, but once they take their clothes off, some of them look amazing.
At first it was funny watching and listening to these women for a few minutes while they talked about what they had gotten and were about to try on. Some of them had plain faces, slightly unattractive faces, uninviting facial expressions, dull voices, monotonous voices, nothing interesting to say, but they made up for this after they took their clothes off.
I was chuckling to myself that most of these women were so dull to listen to, could we please just get to the point where you take your clothes off. I thought of what it must be like to be their boyfriend, to have to ride with them places in a car, to have to go shopping with them, to be stuck somewhere with them. I thought to myself, “Man, would this even be worth it?”
There are hundreds of women in the U.S. who upload swimsuit and lingerie try-on videos to YouTube. It is very common to see that these women have anywhere from 15K to 75K subscribers to their YouTube channel. But I could not believe some of the things that I began to see as I watched more of these videos.
There were women with narrow-set eyes, and wide faces, with dour facial expressions, heavy looking, wearing sweatsuits, who did not look attractive, who appeared to be the least likely people to make swimsuit try-on videos. To my surprise, they didn’t look bad in Bikinis, but the extent of each Bikini photography consisted of one to two seconds of a frontal view only, and then they were back on the couch wearing their sweatsuit.
Myself and other commentors to these videos wrote, if you are going to make try-on videos, can you please show what you are wearing for more than one to two seconds, and can you actually model the clothing, so that we can see how it looks from the side and the back? Also, if you are uncomfortable and embarrassed about being photographed or recorded wearing a swimsuit, why are you making these videos, just don’t make them in the first place.
Thank God for YouTube, because after a while, I didn’t care what the fuck any of these women looked like in a Bikini, I couldn’t stand to listen to the stupid shit that they were saying, they were fucking boring, and they were idiots for having their life revolve around what kind of clothing they might wear. I didn’t care what they looked like, I don’t think that I could stand any of them for even one day.
I learned a lesson from this, even women that look incredible naked, they are so annoying and irritating, that I couldn’t take it, no way could I stand them being around. I would much rather be mowing my lawn or working on my car, being a bachelor, than having one of these 110 lb chattering parasites around.
Update: After I wrote this blog post article, I calmed down some, and realized what had happened. I had unknowingly strayed away from videos of nice Skank Girls, who do not talk too much, and try to do a good job, and instead began viewing videos of women who considered themselves to be professional models, who ran their mouth in their videos instead of model clothes.