This shouldn’t even be possible

Nalt

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The last time I took an Uber home from the airport, it was well over $100 and took over an hour. I can definitely see a market for this.
The only time I fly is for work a couple or three times per year. Not sure that the government would pay for that. I'm very sure that there is no way that thing could land in my yard/driveway either... My house is the one at the very bottom of this pic with a blue roof.

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AuggieDosta

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The only time I fly is for work a couple or three times per year. Not sure that the government would pay for that. I'm very sure that there is no way that thing could land in my yard/driveway either... My house is the one at the very bottom of this pic with a blue roof.

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You're one lucky bastid.

This is EXACTLY how I'd like my entrance to look...
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The best neighbors are made by great fences.

...or a schit ton of property. :wink2:
 
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Nalt

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You're one lucky bastid.

This is EXACTLY how I'd like my entrance to look...
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The best neighbors are made by great fences.

...or a schit ton of property. :wink2:
My closest neighbor, with a green roof, slightly to the right and directly above my house in that pic, has a FFL and sells A LOT of guns. He had me come over a couple of weeks ago to shoot his MG-34, belt-fed fully auto weapon. He had a belt of ammo that the ammo itself was loaded in 1938 and it still fired like it was brand new... Fun times indeed...:dance:
 

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United Airlines places $15 million order for 200 sleek, electric air taxis that take off and land like helicopters - to bring city residents to the airport for $100-$150: New form of air travel has yet to be approved by FAA​

  • United Airlines placed a $15 million order for 200 electric air taxis from Eve Air Mobility - with the option to buy another 200
  • The airline believes that residents in congested cities will fork over $100-$150 for air taxi rides to or from the airport
  • Eve's design uses conventional fixed wings, rotors and pushers, giving it a practical and intuitive lift-plus-cruise design
  • ‘It will take time for consumers to adopt this. People are going to have some hesitancy at first,’ said Michael Leskinen, president of United Airlines Ventures
  • United Airlines expects to receive the first taxis from Eve as soon as 2026
  • However, the electric aircraft have yet to receive approval to fly passengers

"Can I use it to go to Starbucks?"
- Kim Kardashian
 

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The only time I fly is for work a couple or three times per year. Not sure that the government would pay for that. I'm very sure that there is no way that thing could land in my yard/driveway either... My house is the one at the very bottom of this pic with a blue roof.

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Thank you
Geolocation found and a swat team will be sent out tonight
 

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