Project X – P

For all the bionic details about what led to the Creation of Project X, please visit the Intro Post. It’s totally worth six million bionic dollars.


The idea of one giant supercontinent has always appealed to me. Throw in the idea of the Biblical Flood and cataclysmic upheaval and suddenly just how mankind and various animals made it to all corners of the world is a lot more feasible. And you don’t even need to go to such ridiculous lengths of adding a lot of Zeros until people’s eyes glaze over and they give up trying to understand the Religion of Evolution.

Parallel Parking

I don’t parallel park. I did it for my driving test back in the 90’s and I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve done it since. I’ll park farther away and walk rather than p-park. More power to you if you can comfortably and successfully do it.

And that is it for this week. Stay tuned for our next episode, .where Questions are asked! (I make no promises about the answers though)

48 thoughts on “Project X – P

  1. I think they have computers now that do your parking for you. But I prefer pulling into a wide open space. I’m always amazed at how some cars even get out of the tight jams they can get boxed into on the street.

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    1. Yep, some cars have “parking assist”. I’d like to own a car that new.
      And that is the other thing, once in, how do they get out? They’ve got inches to spare, at most!


  2. SUPERCONTINENTS! If there’s anything that reading The Shadow pulps have taught me, it’s that any word, no matter how banal, is improved by tacking “super-” on as a prefix. Superfiend! Supermind! Supercrook! Supersleuth! Superbanal! See how well it works?

    A teenager on quest for road priviledges recently asked me how difficult parallel parking was. I could honestly say I did it for the first time, ever, during my driver’s test and mayyyybe once in the real world. /shrug./

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    1. Supercomments are the BEST! 😉

      I hear you. I actively avoid situations where I have to. Don’t care if I did it back then. Didn’t like it, don’t like it now. I would totally have given that young driver a fist bump of complete commiseration….

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  3. I have avoided parallel parking to the best of my abilities since I passed my driver’s test. If I can’t slide into a spot without very much back and forth, I’ll just go park somewhere else and happily walk.
    It’s funny though because I nailed it on my test because my grandpa made me practice it a lot. Still hate it though.

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  4. Omigosh, I love love love Pangea! I posted a video on my blog a while back from Institute for Creation Research where a geologist describes a model of how the whole thing could have happened in one year. (!)

    Parallel Parking. Ugh. I CAN do it … now. After many humiliating training sessions. But I always feel like, as a lady, I’ve got something to prove when it comes to parking. If I’m not a natural, it confirms every stereotype about women …

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    1. THe problem is getting it wrong and then having to make a 15 point turn, while blocking traffic. I simply avoid that situation 🙂

      My life is. Lots of wide open parking here in my town….


  5. Weakness exposed!!! I had a good giggle from knowing how annoyed you are with the idea of parallel parking. Cars should come with a feature where you can set it on “Parallel parking” and the wheels would all turn sideways and you just slide into the spot. It would fix everything!!!

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