When I was young, my dad was a fisherman. He was a good guy, though, and it would be easy to imagine that we were all some kind of super-scoundrel. I remember being a little bit disappointed that my dad didn’t actually know how to cook fish. My dad wouldn’t have been able to cook fish, because he was a big fish hunter with a big mouth. He would only be able to cook fish by accident.
My dad is a big fish hunter, and he’s a big mouth. He uses his mouth to kill sharks, and as of this moment he has ten hundred mouths. That’s a lot of mouths to use for a purpose that I’m unaware of, but it is, in fact, a super-useful tool. I think the most basic reason that possession is so hard is that it’s one of those things that we assume we “know” how to do. But we don’t.
Possession is a complex legal concept. The basic idea is that a person or group of people has the right to possess another person or group of people that the person or people in possession of the right to exercise the right to possess. It has been a legal issue since the start of the twentieth century, and the definition of what is a “possession” varies from state to state.
If you think possession is an easy concept, try reading the U.S. Supreme Court’s infamous “Possession is not Theft” decision in 1969. The decision declared the right to possess a car to be no more important than the right to own a gun.
I think we’ve established that possession is not a simple concept. Most of us have a vague idea of what it means, but what it means in practice varies from state to state. In the U.S., it is a crime to drive a car without the owner’s consent, and the car itself is considered a “possession” of the driver.
The question of when it is or is not a crime to possess a car without the owner’s consent is a debate that continues to rage on in various states throughout the country. The question is a bit more nuanced than just the question of whether you can possess a car without the owner’s consent.
Possession of a car without the owners consent is a crime, and that crime is considered a civil offense, but the car itself is not considered a thing. The car is just the thing the vehicle is. It is not a thing itself. So while you are technically still guilty of a crime, you are no longer a victim of a crime.
The game’s main character is a young student who is actually a student. He doesn’t have much confidence in his own abilities, so he doesn’t have that same confidence in his own abilities that he has at the start of the game.
I think everyone agrees that the concept of the car is a bit weird, but that it is a bit weird that he is the one who can actually drive it. The concept is that the cars are basically teleporters, and they can move through time and space, and then back again. So the car can exist outside of the game world, because it isnt part of the game world. The car is basically a way to kill time.
The game does have a mechanic where you can send car(s) in the other direction, and then they can move back if you send them in the other direction. The car is just a time-waster.