The latest craze in our nation’s capital is for people to drive an automobile around the national mall with a drum pump built into the car itself. Citizens and resident aliens alike are getting in on this cultural phenomenon. The reason as to why this particular craze has taken a hold of the national zeitgeist is a little difficult to pin down. That is, if one were to put his or her finger on the pulse of the population he or she would in fact feel the pulse but he or she might not fully understand what is the cause of that pulse in the first place.
PUTTING A FINGER ON THE PULSE OF THE AUTO DRUM PUMP CRAZE
This is not the first quirky craze to sweep the Washington, D. C. metro area. It is no wonder that this state of affairs happens to be the case. For one thing the Washington, D. C. metro area is a melting pot of different cultures from around the world. Never has such a plethora of Ethiopian restaurants existed sided by side with Vietnamese Pho joints next to standard American fare. Along with this mixture of ethnicities comes a mixing of cultural norms and ideas. This must be the genesis of what we like to call the quirky craze potential inherent in the D. C. metro area.
Once one has a proper appreciation of the quirky craze potential inherent in the D. C. metro area the picture of the situation begins to take its proper form. Just what this proper form turns out to be will naturally differ from person to person and time to time. This is no matter. In fact we here at the D. C. Auto Geek blog revel in the diversity. It is the very essence that make living in D. C. exciting.