You do it everyday, but did you ever think about how fucking hardcore the concept of driving actually is?
So you've got a several thousand pound metal beast carcass that wont move until you inject fucking DINOSAUR ESSENCE right into its insides. You then climb inside of this monstrosity and, with a slight motion of your foot, you can MAKE THE DINOSAUR ESSENCE TURN INTO EXPLOSIONS THAT CAUSE YOUR METAL MONSTER TO MOVE ACROSS THE LAND AT SPEEDS NATURE NEVER INTENDED and you CONTROL
Updated 4th November 2013 at 09:20 PM by Lysandre
In case my overly dramatic title did not make it obvious, I'm talking about the internet of the 1990s. Because of course I am.
Anyway, I'm probably the only one who's ever even thought about this, but I'm going to blog about it because I can, goddamn it. Other older fans of Pokemon will probably remember back in the late 90s/early 2000s how the internet was absolutely covered in Pokemon fansites. It was kind of refreshing, instead of one or two showing up in your searches alongside
Middle school: Everyone plays Pokemon. Being good at Pokemon makes you a god.
High school: Nobody plays Pokemon. Being good at Pokemon means nothing.
College: EVERYONE FUCKING PLAYS POKEMON. BEING GOOD AT POKEMON MAKES YOU A FUCKING GOD.
And that's why college is awesome.
The result of 8 years of collecting. 11 machines total now, I suppose. One of them I technically bought for my little brother, so I own 10 machines.
I am now on the lookout for a Godzilla Wars Jr., a bizarre little cab with an animatronic Godzilla inside. If anyone happens to know where to acquire one, please let me know.
My collection is meager compared to some of my friends in the arcade collecting hobby, but
Assuming that each Pokeball scans the DNA of whoever "activates it" (AKA pushes the button to make it bigger), it could then use heat seeking/DNA scanning technology to make it return to the trainer. Gyros inside could function to control its horizontal motion and assuming it has a chamber inside that creates/releases Helium atoms as necessary, it makes perfect sense for it to be able to fly back into the trainer's hand. It can expand through similar use of Helium, being made of a rubbery
Updated 4th October 2010 at 08:29 PM by Lysandre