Nice, short little read with beautiful art.
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A Bad Carpenter Blames His Tools is one I'd like to read.
There are a lot of good ideas here worth doing. Maybe not the auto show, but I'd have snapped up the boy from the future and the adventuring grandma.
Funny you say that; I think the auto show one was my favorite. Child-me would have loved looking through imaginative, wacky theme cars with different purposes and functions.
Ever watch this show as a kid? Love that show.
I spent a good deal of time in grade school drawing such cars. In my heart of hearts, I still hope to live in a world with vehicles such as those.
I still hope to live in a world with vehicles such as those.There are some impressive art cars in this world.
There are some impressive art cars in this world.
Those certainly are impressive, thanks for those!
Ah, different childhoods. I spent most of my time reading about the future.