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  1. stern

    I think we found this thing back in 2008. I don’t want to mock the idea of a personal hovercraft. A personal hovercraft could be super-cool. I also don’t want to mock the idea of paying $14,000 for one, as it could be totally worth it. What I *will* mock is a personal hovercraft that costs $14k and can’t be used over dirt, water, gravel, bumps or hills, or in the presence of trees, walls, or other people. Seriously, read the following from their instruction manual:

    · The AIRBOARD™ must be used on Private Property
    · The AIRBOARD™ must be used on level ground which is free from loose material such as sand, stones, sticks, leaves, refuse, raised bumps, etc.
    · The AIRBOARD™ must be used on open ground free of obstacles, which pose a collision risk, such as trees, walls, curbs, spectators, etc.

    So you can use it in an empty parking lot, I guess?