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Top Ten Real Reasons We Do Not Have Hovercars
(submitted by Walrus)
The highly secretive pigeon lobby is more powerful than the NRA and AARP combined.
The parking garage lobby and United Unions of MeterMaids put the kibosh on any future plans.
The intergalactic patent issues with Tatooine are still unsolved.
Due to translation error, some factory in Malaysia has developed an overcoat for under $10,000.
The Michelin Man would lose his job and be forced to join the Pillsbury Doughboy in advertising fluffy croissants.
Cities are not done perfecting hover potholes.
(The Incognito Penguin)
All the research money was invested in video phones so we can look at cool places instead of visiting them.
Humans haven't finished inventing ways to screw up driving on pavement yet.
(lefty, junkshop_coyote, lawnmoah, Tristan, The Frunkus Kid)
The Supersize Me Effect: Increased obseity rates have outpaced hovercraft development.
(Oh Deer, Mute, Maxpappy)
This is the 21st century, so our teleportation booths and jet packs have made them obsolete.
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