The Wonderful Future that Never Was

Okay, who remembers Popular Mechanics? I sure do. My favorite part were the advertisements in the back. “Build your own flying saucer” was a dream for years. This magazine promised (and promises!) a future full of wonderful things. This book collects all the stuff that you still feel ripped off that you don’t have. Where is my flying car? Where is my robot maid? Where is my kitchen that cleans itself? They are all here children. They are here waiting for you to remember them and bring them back to life.

The Wonderful Future that Never Was

Popular Mechanics


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