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Old 07.01.2016, 04:02 PM   #53
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personally I don't think humans will embrace driverless cars.

just sell it as "everyone a millionaire with a personal chauffeur" and it will happen

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Cashless society? Maybe (but where will people buy all their drugs, whores, stolen shit, and gambling????).....

bitcon & other encrypted anonymous currencies

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but people like to drive.

driving for fun is one thing-- but long daily commutes in congested streets and highways? fuc dat shit.

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If you don't like to drive that is what the Metro is for.

and then you have to hotfoot it under the blistering sun/pouring rain for two more miles to your actual destination.

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However I am sure that the light rail will become operator less for sure..

all of the recent dc metro disasters have been due to human error as i recall

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Skynet we have been waiting for you.

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