I think you mean "I couldn't care less". If you "could care less" means that you do care somewhat, The other means that you don't care at all.
The Quiet Man ... He'll regret this till the day he dies; if he ever lives that long. Victor McLaglen about John Wayne
Happens, all too often, in the city too. Pop cans, etc. on the ground-sometimes right beside a trash can. City pigs have no pride of Place.
In the spring of
1959 my ship, the aircraft carrier HMCS Bonaventure, was tied-up alongside the USS Forrestal at Norfolk Naval base. As luck would have it, I met up with one of the crew of the Forrestal at the EM's club where he invited me to go on board his ship.
I jumped at the chance and was impressed at the size of it compared to my ship which was a light-fleet carrier (20,000 tons).
It certainly was the largest ship I ever boarded.
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I saw her upstairs at The Metropole Café in 1959 sharing a Bill with Buddy Rich. I just happened in and lucked out big time. My ship, the Canadian Carrier HMCS Bonaventure was there for the 200th Anniversary celebration of the discovery of the Hudson River. Also Marion, you might like to know is the only white musician in the famous 1958 photo 'A Great Day in Harlem'