Who da thunk? Words are rather changeable aren’t they? Opposite words like right and left sometimes end up, after centuries of use, saying something completely different than their original definitions. I will avoid the basics because even a person who has graduated 8th grade knows what those words signify; in their original context.
I would never have thought, growing up, that we would have a party system of right and left. If you use those words for direction, “take a left at the green Chevy,” you wouldn’t think you were turning onto a street named, Soft on Crime from a street named, Open Borders. It makes no sense in the reality of human experience to have either one of those streets. How about a street named, We All Get Along or We All Support One Another instead of a street named, Shut Up And Do What You’re Told, I Know Better Than You!
If the above were the case anyone with sense would always take right turns. A change of destination, because some of you are thinking right turns only will force you to go in a circle, happens depending on how far you go straight before you take your next right. Personally, this is how I drive but I’ve never managed to get out of town. At least, not yet because I refuse to take left turns. Turning left leads to death.Or, so it seems in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and parts leftist.
But hey, ain’t it a blast!