1. Buy Another Motorcycle

1. Buy Another Motorcycle

We’ve seen it before: An unassuming rider stumbles on a deal on a bike that they can’t refuse. However, once that second motorcycle arrives in the garage, something takes over all logic. Soon, the bikes are multiplying at a lagomorphic rate. Don’t worry. Keep buying motorcycles, and perhaps there will be a motorcycle museum your estate has named after your collection of two-wheeled history. That not enough for you? OK, think about other people for a change. The folks selling motorcycles – whether it be for a private sale or a business – are doing it for a reason. They need money. What do they do with the money? They spend it. Since our economy is based on consumption, spreading around your dollars is essential. If you’re not spending money, how can we expect anyone else to have money to spend? Don’t you want your neighbors to be able to buy groceries? Are you that selfish? Get out there and do your part to prop up the economy. Go buy that motorcycle, right now, mister.