Pedestrian management

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Post by PlanB » Tue, 07 Aug 2012, 22:45

Never mind those useless little fake ICE engine noise makers, this should move pedestrians on nicely? Could be hard on batteries though, a person might actually have to stop to use it.

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Post by woody » Tue, 07 Aug 2012, 23:20

When did pedestrians become the enemy?

What about a forward firing net which incorporates air-bag technology to kind of wrap the "about to be hit" pedestrian and then turns into something like the mars rover landing system - a giant beach ball.

Or an airbag system stuck to the front of the car?

You get the same thing on push-bikes - pedestrians not looking and walking out in front of you. Usually the rider comes off worse.
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Post by Faz » Wed, 08 Aug 2012, 18:03

Hmmm, huge dose of electromagnetic radiation and it's a non-lethal weapon.

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Post by bga » Fri, 10 Aug 2012, 15:51

Ahhh, good...

A perfect application for that metal mesh underware I invented Image

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Post by Faz » Fri, 10 Aug 2012, 20:25

It better be fine mesh to be effective against 95GHz! Image

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