Just seen on BBC website about a gent attempting to travel from FL to NY in his floating hamster wheel.
“I will show people anything you want to do, do it,” he told Fox. “Don’t listen to anyone. Chase your dreams.”
Yeah… He’s tried three journeys and been rescued three times.
A real inspiration.
Slow learner. He should be charged for all rescues after the first.
So he is trying to match the intellect of his spirit animal?
Diamonds Are Forever…1971, James Bond opening scene…
Turned to Zorb…
Need to bill him.
Looks like something Gilligan would have tried.
Don’t be dissing upon the hamster,
that never wheeled itself into this damp stir,
of a mortal man feeling omnipotent,
to tread cross water like some Jesus rodent,
for pets that abode in a habitrail,
have no desire for trans-oceanic fail,
like machismo mutants spinning their big deal,
at loss to find they’re spun as lost loose wheel.
He’s wasting the Coast Guard time, and costing taxpayers money.
You gotta have dreamers…
You know he gets a lot of free drinks when he tells his story…
How many times did Edison fail before he got a light bulb to work?..
The biggest problem I see with his design is you are always running up hill. I hate running up hill. Who wants to take perfectly flat water and make it an up hill run for 1000 miles.
So do people who make such things voluntarily work for “Habitrail for Humanity”?
Usually after they were cut loose from a Hub Furniture store for shop drifting.
Who? Well, making deals with God, the Devil, or whirling nerdishes inside Robert Fulton’s rejects, Kate might:
I get a bigger kick out of the replies and haven’t even seen the hamster. Good luck to him, probably thinks the USCG needs a laugh. They can launch two zodiacs and see who get him to the goal, I mean the jail.
Edison was not a clown, seeking attention.
The attention seeker is a clown.
Huge difference; poor comparison.
Nikola Tesla may have disagreed when Edison was inventing the electric chair to prove how dangerous AC current was.