Sometimes having a car is nothing but a hassle. You have to constantly refill it with gas, make sure the oil gets changed, wash it, vacuum it, and worry about it being stolen by some dirtbag who can't bother to get their own.
A 40-foot sculpture by a local artist that symbolized the history of gun violence along the U.S./Mexico border has been destroyed by the City of El Paso, and they are facing a potential half-million-dollar lawsuit from the artist who created it.
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