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Urburos - 2008-12-05

So now venice can have pedestrian canal lanes.


simon666 - 2008-12-05

I saw a video somewhere else for this thing. 1) It takes practice, so most people just sink. 2) If you stop, you sink. 3) YOU SINK.

I'm reserving the extra star until a Police Academy film makes use of a fleet of this things.

Badassimo - 2008-12-05

I was wondering if stop=sink to death. I declare this invention neat, but goofy, much like the nerd (I assume) who invented it.

rapsnacks - 2008-12-05

This point is more how ridiculous it is to operate. Also note how there is a cut just before they slam into the dock every time.

Johnny Roastbeef - 2008-12-06

It's a hydrofoil. SO basically an airplane in the water. The flow over the "wing" is what keeps it up.

dueserpenti - 2008-12-05

Turn off sound before viewing.

Samisyosam - 2008-12-05

Buoyancy? Who needs it!

El Zapatista - 2008-12-05

The dude in red trunks doing WaterBird tricks pushed this one up into five-start territory.

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-12-05

Ghost ride the waterbird!

I live around the San Joaquin Delta; I'd take a hit to the disposable income to try one of these next summer.

mouser - 2008-12-05

They talked about this on DailyPlanet on Discovery channel. Apparently, it takes only a couple of tries to get the hang of it. In all fairness, that's less than it probably took you for learning to use a bicycle.

Also, the device actually floats so while it will go mostly subsurface, it wont actually sink down.

I can't imagine lasting too long on this. It looks like quite a workout.

mouser - 2008-12-05

Forgot: -2 for the annoying song.

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