Cant wait - heat seeking missile app

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  1. texas.410

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    Would love to see the day I can bust out my Android. Hold it out the window of my truck. And launch a mini heat seeking missile from it to blast all these idiots I have to drive around every day in this stupid city.

    Not enough to kill or hurt someone. But just enough to blow there rear axle off and get them the hell out of my way. I swear this city attracts bad drivers.

    OK. I feel better after that little rant.

    So what kind of app would never happen but it would be a cool app that you would like to have. And leave out the do all girl app because Im sure that will happen some day.
     

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  2. TheBrit

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    EMP (Electro-Magnetic Pulse) to wipe out the offinding car's electrics.
     
  3. InstantKarma

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    Dude, try driving in Houston. I am constantly screaming "TURN YOUR EFFING LIGHTS ON, IDIOT!" at people, in the middle of the night!

    I like the EMP idea, but I ain't sticking my phone out the window. I'd stick the Glock 23 out the window, but I hear you can get arrested for that. lol
     
  4. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants
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    Oh man don't even complain. Chicago is much worse, but nyc/l.a. are the absolute worst
     
  5. Geoponic

    Geoponic Well-Known Member
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    Transform into iPhone killing Optimus Prime!
     
  6. Solitary

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    i bet you guys dont see older people driving on the wrong side of the road..scary
     
  7. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants
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    Actually I do, or did up until recently. My grandma - .- . Thank god they finally pulled her license.
     
  8. MOS95B

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    I grew up in Austin. Spent a large part of my adult life at Ft Hood, so went home quite often. Used to complain about traffic.

    Then I moved to the Twin Cities (MPLS/St Paul, not DFW). Traffic here suuuuuuuuucks!! Apparently MN DL's are water soluble. Raindrop on your windshield? Time to freak! Snowflake anywhere in the Metro? Flip right the fark out!!

    I would like an App that would take what I am thinking and project it holographically on mr rear window for all to read!!
     
  9. pipskicks

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    #1. I live in LA, CA and I only have a Glock 19 and it's hell here, but they will arrest you and give you the death penalty if you bring something like that out of your safe.

    #2. I got pulled over in TX because it was marginally dark outside and I had to turn on my lights and slow down 10 mph. That crap is why everyone drives with their lights on. It's the "Texas Way" haha! Blame the legislature on that one.
     
  10. InstantKarma

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    Ewwwwww, 10-rd magazines. No thanks.
     
  11. pavirotten

    pavirotten Well-Known Member
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    I lived near Atlanta, GA for 10 years, and drove in the traffic EVERY DAY. I can't tell you how many days I wanted a WMD to take all the bad drivers off the road.

    Raleigh, NC has interesting traffic. 80 MPH, literally bumper-to-bumper, during rush hour is a true rush. The only time I worried was when my fuel pump went out when I was in the fast lane. Fortunately, I pulled off a perfect NASCAR lane change and was able to get to the shoulder without anyone hitting me.
     

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