Your body is not your temple. Your car is. And there are rules about what you allow in a holy place. For example: no crumbly food in the temple. What's forbidden in your car?
I'll abide much in my own vehicle, because despite its level of perfection, it is still a 1986 Volvo 240 wagon. What I won't stand for is tacky, gigantic audio equipment. There's an entire cult of audiophiles dedicated to blasting brain-melting music out of humongous black rectangles. To me, it's just an ugly way to add weight to my car. When I bought the wagon it had a set of small, ugly speaker boxes in the back. For the moment, I'm listening to music on two speakers because I can't bare to have anyone see the rears. I'll replace them eventually, but audio is so far down on my list that it's probably a long time coming.
You are the gatekeeper. What won't you allow past your gate?
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