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Fight Terrorism — Drive an Electric Avrocar

Fight Terrorism -- Drive an Avrocar

Given the terror thing on a plane over in the UK and the banning of computer and liquid carry-ons, it’s clear that the next step is flying nekkid, as Greg “Fotonotes” Elin has said.

Seems to me when you have a system like this w/ many points of big possible failure instead of one, you gotta make those points smaller and less impactful. Like individuals driving cars and/or crashing them.

Time for personal electric flying machines if you ask me (since the whole car-thing didn’t work out so well).

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4 thoughts on “Fight Terrorism — Drive an Electric Avrocar

  1. Pingback: Calling FUD on Godin at FactoryCity

  2. I love the avrocar idea — where can we get one? How many charges would it take to get from, say, New Hampshire to…hmmm… San Francisco? Do you think it could hold a transatlantic charge so we could hop to London terrorist-free and bring our shampoo to boot?

  3. Former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday major policy changes are needed because the Iraq war has divided the nation “almost as much as Vietnam.”

    “So there's no doubt that our country is in much more danger now from terrorism than it would have been if we would have done what we should have done and stayed in Afghanistan,” he said on the campaign trail with his son, Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Jack Carter.

    The former president said the Bush administration made a “terrible mistake” by invading Iraq and diverting troops from Afghanistan.

    Jack Carter criticized his opponent, Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., for supporting the Iraq war. Both Carters also said Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld should go.

    “I think he's one of the worst secretaries of defense we've ever had,” the former president said of Rumsfeld. “Almost every decision he has made has aggravated his military subordinates and has also proved to be a mistake.”

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