When I think about these often outlandish or over-reaching scenarios of human progression, Heinz Kiessling's "Blue Blood" always pops in my head. Enjoy.
|Beep-beep-boop-beep. This thing will call Mars but you get AM reception only...|
|I so want one of these. I love that it has the same steering wheel as a 1962 Cadillac...|
|Space cadet. You know this kid was popular.|
|Hold the phone, Martha! You're telling me that's not a real wood Frigidaire?? Faux - what now?|
|Why play polo or water polo when you can play both at the same time. Don't be a chump - Buttercup the former carousel pony is waiting...on a motor boat.|
What's your favorite illustration of the future, c. 1920's-1960's? I'm sure there are some more real gems I've never seen, not to mention that that if we were to include the cinematic genre here, it could spark many a hilarious conversation...