Long-Running Processes, and Avoiding Responsibility

If we likened what we described in the previous section to being a responsible adult, we might compare this section to an attempt to return to our teenage years. You know, adults have to assume all kinds of responsibility. Parents have to buy cars, insure them, pay to put gasoline in the tank, and spend their money to repair them. As teens we just want to use our parents’ car, but not pay for any of its expenses. There’s no way teenagers are going to make a car payment for their parents, fill the tank with gasoline, pay for a mechanic, or cover the cost of insurance. They just allow their parents to take care of that horrible R-word stuff so they can have all the fun.

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