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Blip: This Wasn’t Quite How It Seems


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If you look through car brochures from the ‘60s and ‘70s, you could end up thinking that a pretty significant portion of car buyers used their vehicles primarily to go to bucolic fields where they would climb into well-maintained, boldy-striped small aircraft and then, I guess, land on some other field and get into some other new car? I assume this cycle would continue forever, with meals taken at periodic picnics by the aircraft, until death.

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