Gas is around $4 a gallon, still less expensive per ounce than perfume, contact lens cleaning solution, eyedrops, or organic milk. They need to have defibrillators at the pumping islands at my local gas stations for when people have heart attacks after filling up the tank. Wait, don’t those things send an electric charge? Never mind; that might be a bad idea. Hate to see some poor guy get shocked back to life and then explode. Kinda defeats the purpose.
I could go on, but I supposed I’ve depressed you all enough for one morning. You get the idea. The death – or not – of OBL is only one item on a much bigger agenda, and it is probably the single thing that affects us least in our daily lives.