But, they did predict a few things correctly, such as GPS and suburban sprawl.
kingarthur - 2008-01-04 Yes, but waaaaaaaaay off base on about 98% of this. Makes me wonder what they were smoking.
Binro the Heretic - 2008-01-04 Remember when the future was fun and bright, not bleak and foreboding?
Aelric - 2008-01-04 this is plenty dark and foreboding. nuclear powered hover carsthat can leak radiation? city sprawl destroying all the forests? roads marring every natural landmark? white people having access to everywhere in mere hours? pointlessly upsidedown freeways? obesity in everyone from taking cars to your desk and escalators to your fridge? robotic intelligence controlling all modes of transportation of peoples and goods? CARGO ROCKETS!?!?!?! Phillip K. Dick ain't got shit on ol' Walt.
TeenerTot - 2008-01-04 Only Disney could package stupidity so brilliantly.
anvill - 2008-01-04 There is no room for "may be" in Disney's future. There is only "will be."
C. Eloi Marx - 2008-01-04 Gee-wilikers, I sure am glad I live in the future; where I can put a punch card in my hover-car's television, and it's automatonic driving system will take me to the orient on one of the many underwater trans-pacific super-highways.
athodyd - 2008-01-04 Common to all American conceptions of the future of driving is elimination of the bothersome chore of controlling your car. This goes a long way towards explaining how most American cars handle.
p.s. that flying ambulance thing is AWESOME.
CuteLucca - 2008-01-04 Ive always enjoyed the juxtaposition of contemporary technology with future predictions.
Like, the super flying car will get its pre-set directions via punchcards or switches...
Or in all those TV shows and movies that showed 'super powerful computers' running on vector graphics.
Albuquerque Halsey - 2008-01-05 Son goes shopping with Mom. Son LOVES going shopping with MOm.