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Q: Let's just go back to horses and kill cars and planes?

https://www.sfgate.com/travel/article/The-flying-saddle-would-you-give-it-a-try-14015191.php

 

 

The flying saddle,  the future of plane transportation, looks painful on the crotch.  13 hours on a bull from Seoul to Atlanta, better be free drinks. Maybe a box with a feeding tube and an a bed pan attachment to sewage irrigation pipes at the rear of the plane and then you could really pack them in there and get sky high profits. Why do I have a vision of "silence of the lambs" and being rolled into a standing position on a hand truck.

1 year 36 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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I really thinking flying carpets that you plug in with your cell phone charger is the way to go, these planes are just killing to many birds and it's bad for the ecosystem. Maybe Al Gore can fund the venture.

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https://www.democraticunderground.com/100212202772

 

I wonder about the compartment for holding your face mask while you are eating, maybe it's a fasting plane with nutritional videos.

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