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Its everywhere It surrounds us You cant go anywhere to avoid it It lives in the campground out in the woods It thrives on city streets and freeways People give up their lives for it It will either help you or restrain and restrict you Convenience is unavoidable Not only is it everywhere we turn but it has also become a necessity of life because of its influence in our upbringing You can drive down the street and you see everything from your incredible abundance of drive-through restaurants and ten-minute oil changes to your odd- sounding but time saving drive-through markets The automobile itself has become one of if not the most used item of modern convenience maybe besides the microwave and at the same time one of our most inconveniencing Convenience is so important to some people that they are the ones who install or create the idea to install bathrooms and showers at campgrounds a place where the idea is to go and rough it The idea and importance of convenience has even been a reason to end ones life It is convenient because of its quickness to end tough situations My cousin recently used this excuse Convenience is not a bad thing it usually is for the best but it appears that to modern humanity the importance of convenience outweighs everything from how many leprechauns you see per day to life itself There are countless actually it is more convenient to just say countless than to actually count little household items that seem to be convenient until it wants to create havoc for us The most obvious is the remote control Yes that little device that has more buttons than a typewriter and better disappearing acts than Houdini Its main purpose is not to play hide-and-seek with its to remove the need to walk to the TV
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