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September 26, 2002
Moonster, by Marko Lukovic

Where were we when Marko Lukovic designed his sweet little MOONSTER. Yes, please, I would like this car.


I can really see you driving this thing, but it would be dangerous. I picture you going much too fast and driving up and over all kinds of things.

: )

Posted by: k on September 26, 2002 07:10 PM

i would never hurt kids and things. I also thing that this thing should have a nervous system that would prevent it from crashing into things. Horses do not just bump into walls, or trees, no? This cas should have something comparable. A sense of anticipation. A life. : )
And you know that it will have it. Some day.

Posted by: witold on September 26, 2002 09:08 PM

yes, this car has something that prevents it from killing things: it's called "driver", and maybe this "driver" has a "driver's license" (and preferably a brain). i don't understand why driving this car would be particulary dangerous. you can drive "too fast and driving up and over all kinds of things" with any kind of car (or other things).

k: where is your point?

i would drive this car if it's at least hybrid (gas/electric) or hydrogen propelled... that would be cool. and it would be nice if there is a temp antigravity module build in.

Posted by: joergen on September 27, 2002 11:23 AM

oh dear. *takes a breath*

..it is a cute cartoon-looking car, and it struck me in a cute and cartoon way...like when they have a little mouse or cat at the wheel of a car and the cat or mouse is driving through the corn fields out-of-control, running down the corn..obviously, obviously when a person is driving the car in reality, they would not run over children and people and things...though, truth-to-tell, it does seem like it would take a bit of getting used to, driving this...

I don't think there was a point, really.

Posted by: k on September 27, 2002 03:41 PM
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