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  #11  
Old February 12th 18, 09:03 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.



"Bast" wrote in message news


Hägar wrote:
"Bast" wrote in message news
Hägar wrote:
"Mark Earnest" wrote in message
...

They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes.
You get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes you
there.

*** as long as they don't allow women to get a license to
operate them ... they may be involved in less accidents than
men, but they cause three times as many.



Doesn't matter how things are done, it's only the end result that
counts. And doesn't that also mean that women must also be better
drivers if they can avoid the accidents that you claim other women
cause,....while men don't.

Besides,...as a public service, we only take out idjuts on motersikles,
as they have a death wish anyway.


*** as usual, you're talking trough your ass. Harley riders ride neat
and orderly, in staggered formation, following the flow of traffic.
The crotch-rocket jockeys, on the other hand, switch lanes constantly,
split lanes while traffic is in motion, cut people off without turn
signals and do wheelies at 80 mph. They are the folks that need
eradication from our roads.






Damnit Hager,....when are you going to learn that only gay GUYS get their
asses troughed.
We women are much more refined and genteel....and use items with batteries.

***Hagar can't wait for flying vehicles as it will make his evictions from
trailer parks a much simpler process.



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  #12  
Old February 13th 18, 07:33 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.

Bast wrote:
Daniel60 wrote:
Mark Earnest wrote:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 2:33:09 PM UTC-6, Hägar wrote:
"Mark Earnest" wrote in message


They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes. You
get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes
you there. *** as long as they don't allow women to get a license to
operate them ... they may be involved in less accidents than
men, but they cause three times as many.

No one needs a license, no one drives. You just tell it where to go
and it takes you there.

Last week, I was watching an episode of "The Last Leg" featuring Stephen
Fry as the guest.

Stephen mentioned an incident in an "robot" car, where the driver said
"Hey, look at this!!" and let go of the steering wheel.

Things went O.K. until they were on a piece of roadway which had a
concrete centre divide, and the road curved .... and the driver freeked
out and took manual control before the car ran into the centre divide.

Seems there might still be some bugs to iron out before "we" can go
"hands free"!!


More to think about is that when the driverless drone cars do go bad.
It's fairly unlikely that there will be any survivors to tell the tale, and
the cause will be officially listed as "driver error".

Yeap!! Well, it was the driver that choose to switch on the Auto-pilot!!

I wonder if it will get to be like here in Australia where a Licensed
Driver supervising a Learner Driver has to be under the Alcohol Limit as
well!!

So you couldn't go out for a good night on the "turps" and then just put
the car into "auto-pilot" and away you go!!

--
Daniel
  #13  
Old February 13th 18, 07:32 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.

On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 11:33:19 PM UTC-8, Daniel60 wrote:
Bast wrote:
Daniel60 wrote:
Mark Earnest wrote:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 2:33:09 PM UTC-6, Hägar wrote:
"Mark Earnest" wrote in message


They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes. You
get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes
you there. *** as long as they don't allow women to get a license to
operate them ... they may be involved in less accidents than
men, but they cause three times as many.

No one needs a license, no one drives. You just tell it where to go
and it takes you there.
Last week, I was watching an episode of "The Last Leg" featuring Stephen
Fry as the guest.

Stephen mentioned an incident in an "robot" car, where the driver said
"Hey, look at this!!" and let go of the steering wheel.

Things went O.K. until they were on a piece of roadway which had a
concrete centre divide, and the road curved .... and the driver freeked
out and took manual control before the car ran into the centre divide.

Seems there might still be some bugs to iron out before "we" can go
"hands free"!!


More to think about is that when the driverless drone cars do go bad.
It's fairly unlikely that there will be any survivors to tell the tale, and
the cause will be officially listed as "driver error".

Yeap!! Well, it was the driver that choose to switch on the Auto-pilot!!

I wonder if it will get to be like here in Australia where a Licensed
Driver supervising a Learner Driver has to be under the Alcohol Limit as
well!!

So you couldn't go out for a good night on the "turps" and then just put
the car into "auto-pilot" and away you go!!

--
Daniel



Well I heard that GM is starting to make self-driving cars with no brake pedals and no steering wheels! So in that case there will be no back up driver!

Double-A

  #14  
Old February 13th 18, 10:36 PM posted to alt.astronomy
herbert glazier
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.

On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 8:16:55 AM UTC-8, Mark Earnest wrote:
They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes. You get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes you there.


Cars taking off and landingis not the way to go.When I was 5 I watched a gyro land on my roof.That told me something.Bert
  #15  
Old February 13th 18, 10:49 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.


****Bert "reber G=emc^2" wrote:
snipped SwineBert's Sanctimony and his stupid Glazierola as
http://tinyurl.com/Swine-Glazier-s-REAL-intent is very different
from what he posted. See details in the link above.

So Bert, old pali, you also posted that "hanson mad me famous"
on the web, a fame which then got picked up by the fabled
dictionary of: http://vulgar.pangyre.org/g/ which explains that

*** "Glazier is one who breaks windows and show-
room glasses to steal goods exposed for sale" ***.

But all that is pedestrian compared to the Book that just
got published. Read it carefully and see why they referred
to you, Bert, as **Berta... & her Grossest Secret Habits**

This Book Reveals Glazier's Grossest Secret Habits about
"Bert who doesn't have an inside toilet. So he has a jug that
he pees into every night.
From girly Bert's Guide to Personal Hygiene.

Full story in https://apple.news/Aw0Vs-9uJRm-MsKbp5G_7JA


hmmm...snicker...chortle...ahahahAHAHA...ROTFL MAO


  #16  
Old February 13th 18, 11:20 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Bast[_2_]
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.



Double-A wrote:
On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 11:33:19 PM UTC-8, Daniel60 wrote:
Bast wrote:
Daniel60 wrote:
Mark Earnest wrote:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 2:33:09 PM UTC-6, Hägar wrote:
"Mark Earnest" wrote in message


They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars
episodes. You get into your car program it where you want to go
and it takes
you there. *** as long as they don't allow women to get a license
to operate them ... they may be involved in less accidents than
men, but they cause three times as many.

No one needs a license, no one drives. You just tell it where to go
and it takes you there.
Last week, I was watching an episode of "The Last Leg" featuring
Stephen Fry as the guest.

Stephen mentioned an incident in an "robot" car, where the driver
said "Hey, look at this!!" and let go of the steering wheel.

Things went O.K. until they were on a piece of roadway which had a
concrete centre divide, and the road curved .... and the driver
freeked out and took manual control before the car ran into the
centre divide.

Seems there might still be some bugs to iron out before "we" can go
"hands free"!!

More to think about is that when the driverless drone cars do go bad.
It's fairly unlikely that there will be any survivors to tell the
tale, and the cause will be officially listed as "driver error".

Yeap!! Well, it was the driver that choose to switch on the
Auto-pilot!!

I wonder if it will get to be like here in Australia where a Licensed
Driver supervising a Learner Driver has to be under the Alcohol Limit
as well!!

So you couldn't go out for a good night on the "turps" and then just
put the car into "auto-pilot" and away you go!!

--
Daniel



Well I heard that GM is starting to make self-driving cars with no
brake pedals and no steering wheels! So in that case there will be no
back up driver!

Double-A






I hope people that buy it get the optional casket bars mounted on both
sides.
Then the wrecker can just bring it right to the cemetary.


  #17  
Old February 14th 18, 12:25 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.

"Mark Earnest" wrote in message
...

They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes. You
get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes you there.



*** well, the first autonomous steering ones really were a huge hit ...
got banned everywhere. No humans to step on the brakes in time
to miss a drunk pedestrian ... who'd a thunk ...

  #18  
Old February 14th 18, 03:16 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.

Bast wrote:
Double-A wrote:
On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 11:33:19 PM UTC-8, Daniel60 wrote:
Bast wrote:
Daniel60 wrote:
Mark Earnest wrote:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 2:33:09 PM UTC-6, Hägar wrote:
"Mark Earnest" wrote in message


They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars
episodes. You get into your car program it where you want to go
and it takes
you there. *** as long as they don't allow women to get a license
to operate them ... they may be involved in less accidents than
men, but they cause three times as many.

No one needs a license, no one drives. You just tell it where to go
and it takes you there.
Last week, I was watching an episode of "The Last Leg" featuring
Stephen Fry as the guest.

Stephen mentioned an incident in an "robot" car, where the driver
said "Hey, look at this!!" and let go of the steering wheel.

Things went O.K. until they were on a piece of roadway which had a
concrete centre divide, and the road curved .... and the driver
freeked out and took manual control before the car ran into the
centre divide.

Seems there might still be some bugs to iron out before "we" can go
"hands free"!!

More to think about is that when the driverless drone cars do go bad.
It's fairly unlikely that there will be any survivors to tell the
tale, and the cause will be officially listed as "driver error".

Yeap!! Well, it was the driver that choose to switch on the
Auto-pilot!!

I wonder if it will get to be like here in Australia where a Licensed
Driver supervising a Learner Driver has to be under the Alcohol Limit
as well!!

So you couldn't go out for a good night on the "turps" and then just
put the car into "auto-pilot" and away you go!!

Well I heard that GM is starting to make self-driving cars with no
brake pedals and no steering wheels! So in that case there will be no
back up driver!


I hope people that buy it get the optional casket bars mounted on both
sides.
Then the wrecker can just bring it right to the cemetary.

Don't pick me to be a pall bearer for those, though!! ;-)

--
Daniel
  #19  
Old February 14th 18, 07:03 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Mark Earnest[_2_]
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 4:36:05 PM UTC-6, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 8:16:55 AM UTC-8, Mark Earnest wrote:
They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes. You get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes you there.


Cars taking off and landingis not the way to go.When I was 5 I watched a gyro land on my roof.That told me something.Bert


These special cars hover by antigravity devices so they do not need to speed to a take off or landing. They travel like the cars in Star Wars episodes.

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Old February 16th 18, 01:23 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Bast[_2_]
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Default It is finally the 21st century and there will be flying cars.



Mark Earnest wrote:
On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 4:36:05 PM UTC-6, Herbert Glazier
wrote:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 8:16:55 AM UTC-8, Mark Earnest wrote:
They will be like the flying cars in some of the Star Wars episodes.
You get into your car program it where you want to go and it takes
you there.


Cars taking off and landingis not the way to go.When I was 5 I watched
a gyro land on my roof.That told me something.Bert


These special cars hover by antigravity devices so they do not need to
speed to a take off or landing. They travel like the cars in Star Wars
episodes.








JANE !!! STOP THIS CRAZY THING !
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyinD6ZDqeg


 




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