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Originally posted by 13 Liter@Jan 7 2006, 09:11 AM

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who did this? i found it at work and scanned. i think its from an older arkitip.

 

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mark gonzales - pro skater, poet, artist, legend

 

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Bust Dr...

 

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How to use. Firstly, spray special healthful liguid on bust. After put on bust doctor, plug in and turn on switch button. You can adjust vibration power by button. 15 minutes per day is efficient to make good shaping bust.

 

 

 

And yes, I stole it from some blog. Dont hate.

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This two-football-fields-long concept airship is the brainchild of Igor Pasternak, whose privately-funded California firm, Worldwide Aeros Corporation, is in the early stages of developing a prototype and expects to have one completed by 2010. Pasternak says several cruise ship companies have expressed interest in the project, and for good reason: The craft would have a range of several thousand miles and, with an estimated top speed of 174 mph, could traverse the continental U.S. in about 18 hours. During the flight, passengers would peer at national landmarks just 8,000 feet below or, if they weren't captivated by the view, the cavernous interior would easily accommodate such amenities as luxury staterooms, restaurants, even a casino.

 

So it looks to me like theyre going to be Royal Carribian type cruises on these things. So sweet. I cant wait. I bet they'll never dock it on the empire state building though. :(

 

Linky,

http://www.popsci.com/popsci/whatsnew/18ac...prop18=whatsnew

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Originally posted by FunTimePartyTeam@Feb 14 2006, 06:09 PM

Al...

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This two-football-fields-long concept airship is the brainchild of Igor Pasternak, whose privately-funded California firm, Worldwide Aeros Corporation, is in the early stages of developing a prototype and expects to have one completed by 2010. Pasternak says several cruise ship companies have expressed interest in the project, and for good reason: The craft would have a range of several thousand miles and, with an estimated top speed of 174 mph, could traverse the continental U.S. in about 18 hours. During the flight, passengers would peer at national landmarks just 8,000 feet below or, if they weren't captivated by the view, the cavernous interior would easily accommodate such amenities as luxury staterooms, restaurants, even a casino.

 

So it looks to me like theyre going to be Royal Carribian type cruises on these things. So sweet. I cant wait. I bet they'll never dock it on the empire state building though. :(

 

Linky,

http://www.popsci.com/popsci/whatsnew/18ac...prop18=whatsnew

That's sweet.

 

It's like every dream I've ever had about a Final Fantasy airship come true.

 

 

-fuse.

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