Oh that’s interesting, I had an alert come up on my plane tracker app for this plane, it was very low over a sparsely populated area and I wondered if it crashed. Looks like the pilots did a good job landing it!
Never mind. It was bound to happen sooner or later.
My idea for autonomous plumbing will revolutionize the water industry. Why have all these miles of pipes when we can just have our own self delivering water robots and self removing waste robots!
Gimme your money!
Have you got a 27B-6?
Shit! I can’t remember where I parked my jet.
The Corwith Cramer qualifies!
She’s only got one wheel, and doesn’t really need her engine, but she has definitely transported eels.
Already covered, but has links to Motocompo-related stuff.
“In both those cases, the scooters were in the road, not on the sidewalk, where electric-scooter riding is prohibited.”
If it’s not a wheelchair, hand tuck for a delivery or a baby carriage- sidewalks are for pedestrians.
This seems like a really bad idea.
Raide-Jokeri translates as Rail Joker.
I hope they’ve designed in safety, too. When a battery goes bad, it can catch fire and burn hot. When a super capacitor goes bad…
The fatality was at least the sixth involving pedestrians and Brightline trains in Palm Beach County this year, and the fourth in Delray Beach.
The article doesn’t mention it, but my son’s recollection is that Delray Beach (& possibly other municipalities along the route) does not allow train horns to sound. (We visited there during a few summers, pre-pandemic; this is the type of thing he’d notice & file away in his memory. The apple did not fall far etc.)