I contemplate grand theft auto at least three times a week.
It amazes and astounds me how many people leave their cars running in their driveways in the morning. It's like they are asking to have their cars stolen right out from under their noses.
I can understand the desire to defrost the car on those icy mornings of winter, but it's June now, people. But even three months ago, it was plenty warm and the frost was long gone, and yet in the darkness of 5am, I ran past numerous cars idling, while their owners were elsewhere, apparently unconcerned about those with questionable motives, who might be tempted.
But, you say, they probably locked their car doors. Um, yeah, except the motorcycle. And the car with the door propped open. Sure, it's even light now, but the movie isn't called "Gone in 60 Seconds" for no reason. And the car's already running.
It's a good thing I don't steal cars, because they were just begging to be stolen.