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(BBC-US) Video James May presents a brief history of airships entitled "Where have all the airships gone?" Answer: "Hello, airplanes? Yeah, it's blimps, you win"   ( divider line
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2013-09-26 04:14:29 PM  
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Tax Boy: [ image 400x226]

Well, alternate universe James May thinks airships are way too speedy for leisurely travel.

Alternate universe James May is also part of that shiatty British ripoff of the awesome American auto show, so who cares what he thinks?

/and who gives a shiat about the race driver? Just drive the damn car!
2013-09-27 03:11:15 AM  
1 vote:

Alien Robot: "World's first televised disaster"? In 1937?

Yes.  When would you speculate that the first televised disaster occurred?  in 1918 before television, or at the comedy central roast of Flavor Flav?
2013-09-26 06:35:21 PM  
1 vote:
It's my greatest regret that we don't live in an alternate timeline of dirigibles and air pirates.
2013-09-26 05:08:59 PM  
1 vote:
I hate international BBC not letting me read their stuffs.

I liked the episode where James May flies an airship into an airport and everyone gets very cross with him.
2013-09-26 04:42:13 PM  
1 vote:
I've always dreamed of hijacking the Thanksgiving Snoopy balloon and riding it across the ocean screaming "I'm coming for you, Red Baron! YOU'RE A DEAD MAN!!!"
2013-09-26 04:14:42 PM  
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2013-09-26 03:58:13 PM  
1 vote:

Well, alternate universe James May thinks airships are way too speedy for leisurely travel.
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