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06-APR-2007 Bob Cooper

Final testing of my radio controlled anti gravity boots.

A top secret location.

It has taken many years of hard work to get to the testing phase, first results look very encouraging.

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dio 27-Oct-2011 08:27
LOL i thought this was a picture of a plastic army guy. omg
Eldar Kadymov25-Aug-2009 19:31
John, despite of many years of hard work I could barely see any anti-gravity effect... Did they provide any extra ground clearance simultaneously, or just one leg at the time ?!
John Cooper06-May-2008 06:56
My Dad told me to volunteer for everything. I got in a lot of trouble through this, a real lot of very bad trouble.
In later years, with a lot of collateral body damage (mine that is),
I said Dad, why did you tell me to volunteer for everything, that bit of advice has destroyed my life.
He said, did I say "everything", sorry I meant to say "nothing".
Oh how we both laughed.
1moremile06-May-2008 01:35
My Dad told me to never volunteer for anything.
So far it's worked out fine.
John Cooper11-Apr-2007 08:01
Larry, the very expensive head protection device is lined with cooking foil to protect the brain from external probing (see M.I.B.).
The downside is the brain cooks a little bit, causing migraines and worse.
For cases like this they invented the word "Volunteer".
1moremile10-Apr-2007 12:50
The anti-grav boots must cause migraines. Either that or he has taken a few falls in the testing phase and has wisened up.
John Cooper09-Apr-2007 20:01
Dave, the boots are fantastic, this is one of the rare occasions I wish I had a movie camera. I might enter the Olympics now.
Dave Beedon09-Apr-2007 19:54
It would help if the left boot was as effective as the right one. But if both boots operate successfully, will they cause the man to become upside down in the air? I have the feeling that additional testing is in order.
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