Monday, March 18, 2013

Modes of Transport

For the discerning modern college student there are a variety of popular modes of transport. We shall examine here two traditional examples.

First we have the simple motor car, a favorite of many. Drawbacks include parking issues on a cramped campus (illustrated here by illegally parking in a faculty lot), and the inherent douchiness of driving around a $114,200 Audi R8 as a college student.

We shall assume that as the day brightened and the frosty morning chill wore off, this student decided to drop by home and pick up a more seasonal and breezy ride. Also a favorite among students, the motor scooter offers that can't-be-beat wind-in-the-hair motoring experience with a bonus of abundant free parking near campus. Additional pluses on our example below include the forward-mounted rocket launcher and advanced fan-propulsion and lifting rotor system to evade pursuit by campus security. Far superior to any mere German sports coupe on a sunny day.


  1. Replies
    1. Yes, but the student's schedule needs to allow for the additional time between classes. Also during certain weeks of the year campus can be hazardous for zombies.

    2. That is more properly titled Zombies V Humans. And the hazard is almost entirely the other direction, believe me.

      Any Zeds that go down are purely sandbagging, to get you off your guard.

    3. Can't find the results, but I think you guys have won all the wars here to date.

    4. what can I say? we have an excellent farm club.

  2. Needed that this morning to get to work.

    Put it in the bed of my truck with the missiles aimed forward.

    Beep. Beep. Boom.

  3. At first, I thought that was a mod of a Honda Big Ruckus. Now, I'm not sure it isn't a ratted Chinascoot.


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