They thought in the 80's that we would have flying cars by now, what happened?...

Jeremiah James
Jeremiah James

They thought in the 80's that we would have flying cars by now, what happened? Is capitalism holding us back because they want quantity over quality, so scientists have to keep making smartphones and other stupid crap?

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John Ward
John Ward

I cant even afford healthcare. 5g is literally gonna kill us all

Henry Mitchell
Henry Mitchell

No, this is the result of niggertech.

Henry Allen
Henry Allen

We live in a society

Anthony James
Anthony James

Niggers are holding us back

Jaxson Campbell
Jaxson Campbell

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Isaac Ramirez
Isaac Ramirez

Diversity is our strength, not some sort of technology thingy

Btw it’s 2019

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Luis Murphy
Luis Murphy

Well they too, though we did achieve this much even with jews, commies and niggers around (black americans)

Anthony Howard
Anthony Howard

The industrial revolution was a mistake and we are finally realizing it.

Eli Roberts
Eli Roberts

Practically it was a mistake, but our human nature makes us curious and wanting to see what we are able to create

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Jaxson Howard
Jaxson Howard

You can buy a flying car if you want.

You need a pilots licence and about 100k in cash...

No one is stopping you...

Joshua Perez
Joshua Perez

They were expecting cyberpunk, we've got burgerpunk instead

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Jaxson Powell
Jaxson Powell

No, it's the jews holding back technology. Remember when progress meant TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS. I remember

Jose Campbell
Jose Campbell

well it fulfills the corporate dystopia part, the technology's just not as cool as the old movies (just bullshit like iphones) and we don't have the neon signs

Jeremiah Richardson
Jeremiah Richardson

society is turning into Elois

Anthony Watson
Anthony Watson

They thought in the 80's that we would have flying cars by now
Who's they? I was a kid in the 80s, and no one talked about flying cars unironically. It was nothing but a meme.

Mason Scott
Mason Scott

This fucking picture should make it to one of those banners of Jow Forums up there above the board name

Isaiah Gray
Isaiah Gray

No one thought we'd have flying cars, idiot. They're called planes and they have to move way faster than cars and use runways.

Charles Brown
Charles Brown

In all the cool 90ties videos and pictures people are standing under/besides an very hot exhaust exits. That will not fly.
Also, gravity is a bitch, so we get shitty drone helicopters with materials not available until now
As soon they find a way to lessen/block gravity, the game is on. Until then, only hacks

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Thomas Barnes
Thomas Barnes

In other words, we got cyberpunk without the cool parts.

Oliver Scott
Oliver Scott

Fuck this dumbass THREAD
We Americasns about to rule the fucking solar system.
jowforums.com/thread/216275088/politics

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Carter Nguyen
Carter Nguyen

I'm sorry, you were saying?
abc.net.au/news/2019-06-12/uber-air-taxi-trials-may-lead-passenger-service-2023/11202746

James Sullivan
James Sullivan

There already are flying cars but like in a real dystopia only the mega-rich oligarchy has access to them as toys.

Kevin Hughes
Kevin Hughes

niggers spics muzzies and jews

Lincoln Flores
Lincoln Flores

well, Jeffrey, your mother and I decided it would be better to give your inheritance to struggling african children and migrants!

Jordan Foster
Jordan Foster

they are actually very close to flying "cars"

but they are drones. And up to 4 people can fit in them.

But we will never have a scenario with people flying around nilly willy in fucking flying cars. Hard enough to get good drivers on 3d roads
lets add an extra axis to that, no. Never going to happen

flying cars will happen, but they will have to be automated. you pick a spot by voice or by touch on a map, and the vehicle will drop you off

Christopher Scott
Christopher Scott

The 80’s was when libtardism caught hold and we decided to forever wipe the ass of the third world and ramp up mass migration. Now “equality” ensures everything is dragged to gutter standards and we’ve got massive populations of parasites to keep draining our wealth.

Daniel Gomez
Daniel Gomez

White race traitors are holding us back

Wyatt Jackson
Wyatt Jackson

you have faulty logic
who is they
why do you give them authority over your future

Sebastian Davis
Sebastian Davis

Is capitalism holding us back
Get your terms straight. Capitalism results in companies competing for income, resulting in innovation. The lack of product advancement is a result of actions that circumvent capitalism, because fighting to stay relevant is harder than using (((tricks))) to disable capitalist competitiveness.

Leo Ortiz
Leo Ortiz

We do have flying cars dipshit. But just try talking to air traffic control

Tyler Roberts
Tyler Roberts

Is capitalism holding us back
Capitalism is literally helping us! It is the only system that encourages innovation! When have you ever heard Cuba or China invent something? They just create what already exists.

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Isaiah Walker
Isaiah Walker

humans can't handle 2 dimensions what do you think they would do with 3 dimensions

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