What a sucktastic run of posts. Nothing like joining a local webring and promoting your awesome personal blog with a heaping helping of suck.
Since I had good legs on vehicle descriptions for Johnka’s sledge let me drift on over to you flit and tell you how that works.
With most things you’re laid back and comfortable: you pick your old leather jacket over the chipped-out flexx, you eat apple pie before sushi, and you listen to Stream never xKreem. Your gear and your ride are different chapter, a different verse. Let’s start with your ride: a factory Bainbridge Hoverworks model 9600 Azure with custom iCe by South Bay’s own Greedy Petey.
Looks can kill and this Gorgon bitch drops them out of the skies like stone. Sure she draws attention–no you don’t want it–but you deal. Looks like these might clear the runway, but they don’t get you from here to there and that’s what counts.
Enter a 9600 HPM twin-turbine longitudinal lifter from Top & Dancer. These depatic overdumping fans suck in 50 cubic meters of air per second and redirect it to three main vents and scores of other micro and nano vents surrounding your ride. The intake is so powerful at full throttle it blurs visibility in a halo-like arc over the flit’s –small birds are suffocated and crushed prior to being cut and pasted by the depleted Promethium edged blades.
Cruising speed is officially CFD (“call for details”). But most open air riders carry an oxygen mask; no true rider has long hair. You’re bald.
Word count: 269