Flying Car

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literally. It can get 9 feet off the ground after breaking 60mph.


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    those crazy russians

    teezy weezy

    If it can fly where is the photo of it doing so?

    You are literally full of shit.

    maninahat

    Sadly the car is incapable of breaking 55mph, but it like totally honestly could fly if it did! Really!

    Reaver

    But can it travel back in time.

    storminator

    So? I got my Dad’s car 3 feet off the ground, and I was only going about 50MPH.

    november

    When this baby hits 60 we’re guna see some serious shit

    LostOne

    If the engine can’t hit 60mph, drive it off a cliff. 🙂

    Alias

    why can’t you guys just use kilometers instead of miles? like… the rest of the world does?

    Lemurian

    Because not everyone needs to be the same. Live with it.

    figosound

    Its not a “personal” issue: numbers have no soul, but have generally a meaning given by the associated unit: it’s a matter of getting used, nothing more.
    BTW, metric I.S. is waaaaay more simple than that imperial bullshit.

    HoChunk

    Because AMERICA FUCK YEAH that’s why.

    LostOne

    Honestly I wish the US would convert. Metric is so much more logical. But I imagine the reason the US didn’t convert early on was being stubborn and not wanting to conform to something the French and later England supported. 😛 Now it’s probably a matter of expense involved in updating millions of signs and documents. Also this country is run by a bunch of old geezers who don’t want change their ways.

    GrandAdmiralThrawn

    Our system is rich in history, using the common values of the time.

    Metric is an arbitrary system invented by the French, to be easy to use, and logical.

    I personally prefer to remain tied to my culture. If the rest of the world does not, well that is their choice, but I for one think it is a shame.

    LostOne

    Much of America’s culture can be traced to Europe, so I fail to see how it is a bad thing to embrace something developed in Europe with the intention of standardizing what the world uses for easier international communication, trade, etc. Thomas Jefferson was all for it.

    nyoki

    But will it fly?