Their Request for a Flying Car Must’ve Gotten Turned Down

Posted on February 26, 2013 8:00 pm

Pittsburgh is seeking a Homeland Security grant to purchase a new hovercraft.

That way they’ll be able to stop any crime that happens 4 inches off the ground.

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6 Responses to “Their Request for a Flying Car Must’ve Gotten Turned Down”

  1. Jimmy says:

    That’s because the crime-o-sphere is a lot like the biosphere: most of it is ±6 feet of the Earth’s surface, especially in New Jersey.

  2. Carpenter says:

    Hovercraft are known to be very friendly for the environment; they cause less erosion and leave less of a “carbon footprint” than any other vehicle. Isn’t that wonderful? That is until you look at the Fuel Consumption per mile which sucks!

  3. blarg says:

    maybe they need to transport eels.

  4. jw says:

    hey, it’s just a federal grant. it’s not like it’s real money.

  5. CarolyntheMommy says:

    To be fair, per Doc Brown and Marty McFly we only have 2 more years until we’re due to have hoverboard skateboards. We need government to make them because we don’t build things.

  6. CarolyntheMommy says:

    Hey Jimmy –

    In the case of Jersey it’s the governor and he’s 6 feet around.

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