The phrase “we’re all in this together” has now become a constant mantra. The problem is that too often, it’s being said in one form or other by businesses that I don’t believe cared about anything but our money before everything changed. That nagging thought found its voice after seeing an ad by a local association of new car dealers. Their jingle was “You’ll be there for us and we’ll be here for you.” The ad showed a generic shot of groceries delivered to some family but didn’t mention any economic support they were giving to people in need. Then, I realized that they want our money to be “there” for them and of course they would be waiting “here” to give a car in return. So we’re supposed to ignore economic realities for their benefit? Something to think about. Pay it forward and pass it on.