- May 2, 1915. So whatever happened to the idea of electric gongs supplementing turn signals.? Seems like it could actually be useful.
Okay, so we don't have our
Back to the Future
hoverboards yet. But maybe we can settle for these.
Our simpleton from "Coughs and Sneezes" returns.
Personally, I'd rather listen to Jiminy Cricket as my conscience, instead of "Good Judgment."
By the way: do kids nowadays ever tell someone, "Aw, go play in traffic!"
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Let us all hail the great American tradition of amateur inventors, personified today by the forgotten Herb Bartlett, whose love for hovercraft extended to making his plans available to the youth of the USA, contacted through his ad in
Original ad here.
(Scroll down a bit.)
The artist's concept: to walk in traffic with car horns strapped to her back.
Or, as the translated text from YouTube says: "Occupation of space for the transit of cars with loud support from a portable device with 4 horns (12 v) for cars."
Artist's home page
Is it cheating though if you don't use adults?