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"Where's my flying car?" Why I'm not upset about not having mine. [May. 5th, 2008|10:42 pm]
Xiphias Gladius
'Cause if I had a flying car, so would other people.

And I drive in Boston.

And then there are other things, too. "Hey, what's the weather look like?" "I dunno -- damn SUVs. . . "
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[User Picture]From: wcg
2008-05-06 03:28 am (UTC)
Yeah, Boston driving in 3D doesn't really appeal, does it?
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From: browngirl
2008-05-06 02:50 pm (UTC)
3D and 50 feet up! Or 500! *shivers in fear*
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From: jehanna
2008-05-06 01:23 pm (UTC)
This is exactly what Ari says anytime it comes up. Driving in PA is much the same experience.
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[User Picture]From: jhitchin
2008-05-06 05:27 pm (UTC)
"I can't believe you just cut off a cab driver! You almost took out the Prudential Tower!!!"
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From: geekosaur
2008-05-06 06:57 pm (UTC)
When I was forced to start looking for a car last year, I started noticing just how many cars on the road here have minor collision damage of one kind or another. Can't say it did much for my already low opinion of the idea of flying cars.
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[User Picture]From: cellio
2008-05-07 01:09 am (UTC)
*shudder* Dodge-ball is bad enough in (mostly) two dimensions...
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[User Picture]From: dancing_kiralee
2008-05-07 11:35 pm (UTC)
I wish I was the only person who could teleport... well, maybe a few of my close friends too.

Kiralee
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