Hack Patooey: I thought the whole "Tim Horton's are everywhere" thing was just a joke until last month. We were driving from Nepean down to the Cornwall crossing of the Seaway. We had time to waste, so we took all the odd roads we could, zig-zagging through farmland. We came to an intersection with an ancient gas station, and next to it was a new Timmys. WTF? I dont even think we were on a numbered road.
ModernPrimitive01: I've been seeing the Google cars with big 360 cameras attached driving around my city. It was kinda surreal the first time I saw one. I'm kinda hoping to be in the street view picture
buckstar: From the article:" Because Cambridge Bay can be reached only by air or, for a few weeks in the summer, by barge, using one of Google's camera cars to photograph the community was quickly ruled out."A car seemed like overkill," Ms. Tuxen-Bettman said. "But yet when I googled Deadhorse Airport and checked out the Streetview...[www.buckstar.com image 803x688][www.buckstar.com image 775x619]Lies. All lies.
Gosling: I will say it is fun sometimes to pull up Google Earth in some extreme corner of the globe, see where the Street View roads stop, and zoom in there.
Alonjar: I watched a rather hilarious video where a group of people stuck a giant GOOGLE logo on the side of their car, put a fake camera looking thing on the roof, and proceeded to do whatever the fark they wanted, and no one cared or said a thing to them. I mean things like just parking in the middle of traffic, driving the wrong way down streets, driving on sidewalks, all kinds of shiat. Sorry I dont have the link saved.
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